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See Season 3

see is officially coming back for more. The Apple TV+ series is full of intense action and brutal twists. But in perhaps the greatest twist so far, the show has been renewed for a third season before season 2. So while fans wait to catch up with Baba Voss (Jason Momoa) and the rest of the gang, just know you’ll be getting even more of the story in See Season 3.

Who is casting in season 3?

If they survive the second season, expect to see the main cast members back for Season 3: Momoa as Baba, Hera Hilmar as Maghra, Hoeks as Queen Kane, Alfre Woodard as Paris, Joshua Henry as Jerlamerel, Cooper as Haniwa, and Madekwe as Kofun.

Apple TV+ Releases Trailer For 'See' Season 2, Announces Season 3 Renewal  (VIDEO)

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Guardians of the Galaxy actor Dave Bautista will also play a major role in Season 2 as Baba’s brother and nemesis Edo Voss, so fans will have to wait and see if he makes it to the next season. Other Season 2 cast members who could potentially return include Adrian Paul (who plays a character named Lord Harlan), David Hewlett, Eden Epstein, Hoon Lee, Olivia Cheng, Tamara Tunie, and Tom Mason.

See Season 3 Trailer

Since See Season 2 hasn’t even premiered yet, fans shouldn’t expect a See Season 3 trailer for quite a while. It’ll most likely debut a few months before the season airs to drum up excitement for what awaits Baba Voss, his family, and his enemies next.

What can we expect in season three?

The third season is expected to air this fall. It will most likely consist of eight episodes with a limited release on Apple TV+. However, given the events that unfolded at the end of Season two and all the way back in Seasons one and two, anything could happen. And only time will tell.


What will happen in season three?

In the Season two finale, Baba Voss and his family were momentarily left reeling after their father’s death when it was revealed that he had been poisoned by one of the many enemies they had made while trying to take over the underworld of Los Angeles with a gangster kingpin named Marv. But as far as we know, there are more than enough people out there who want what is rightfully theirs (and all those copycat mobsters just don’t seem to get what’s coming). The third season teaser trailer hints at this: “We’re going back east,” so expect things to heat up again soon.”

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As for how much time has passed between Seasons two and three, two clues might provide some insight. First, the teaser trailer shows footage of new characters, including a character nicknamed “Lenny,” who was last seen in Season one when he bought drugs from Jax Teller’s crew and then threatened to snitch – so it would appear that at least six months have passed since that event if not more (assuming Lenny is still alive). Second, while Gemma told Tara she had been with her for sixteen hours before being taken back into custody by law enforcement officers after Tara tried to escape from prison during an interview on 60 Minutes; we know this can’t be true because Jax tries to force contact with Esaias’ lover, Delia Vargas, within five minutes.

Release of the season 3:

See Season 1 began airing in November 2019, although its second season was pushed back to August 2021 amid COVID-related filming delays. But since Season 3 is already filming as of June 2021, fans very likely won’t have to wait so long for the next installment. Given See’s production history, it seems likely Season 3 will arrive on Apple TV+ in late summer or fall 2022.

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