Trailer gives a sneak peek at the final season of Jason Momoa's 'See'

Trailer gives sneak peek at final season of Jason Momoa’s See, coming soon to Apple TV+


Trailer gives a sneak peek at the final season of Jason Momoa's 'See'
Jason Momoa in the third season of “See,” premiering globally Friday, August 26 on Apple TV+.
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See is coming to an end. The epic, post-apocalyptic adventure series starring Jason Momoa will wrap up with season 3, which premieres on Apple TV+ in late August.

A just-released teaser trailer for the upcoming season reveals a new threat for Baba Voss and his family.

Watch the See season 3 teaser trailer now

See is set in a future after humankind has lost the ability to see. Humanity lives in primitive tribes that frequently war on each other. The return of the gift of sight is both a blessing and a curse for Baba Voss (Momoa) and his tribe.

In season two, [SPOILERS] Voss battled his nemesis brother Edo (Dave Bautista) then left his family to live remotely in the forest.

In See season 3, a Trivantian scientist develops a new and devastating form of weaponry. Voss returns to Paya to protect his tribe. Watch the trailer for more details.

The second season drew paise from critics, earning an 83% approval rating on the review-aggregation site Rotten Tomatoes. Fans are surely eager to see the third and final chapter.

See season 3 will make its global debut on Friday, August 26, 2022. That first episode will be followed by a new one each Friday. There are eight in total.

Apple promises ‘deeply satisfying conclusion’

“We are thrilled to share this epic final chapter of See, which delivers all the intense drama, riveting action and heartfelt emotion fans have come to expect, as well as what we think is a deeply satisfying conclusion to our story,” said showrunner Jonathan Tropper. “Building a world without sight was a particularly unique and continuous challenge that was met through the passionate and thoughtful collaboration of a phenomenally talented and diverse team both in front of and behind the camera.”

The series features cast and crew who are blind or have low vision. It has been honored for its representation of the visually impaired, winning the Ruderman Family Foundation Seal of Authentic Representation in 2020.