3 good reasons to catch up on “SEE”, the Apple TV+ sci-fi series

This is the final chapter

If you missed the train when “SEE” was released in November 2019, now is the perfect time to catch up. The series was then one of the first original Apple TV+ productions, but did not enjoy the same immediate success as “The Morning Show”, for example. Its somewhat slow first season was partially responsible for its lackluster success. So we understand that you didn’t catch on, but season 2 has seriously made up for it, offering a better-crafted plot and a pace worthy of its ambitions. In addition, each season has only 8 episodes, so not much to catch up on, before continuing with the next eight, which will be revealed each week, until October!

A Jason Momoa in great shape

Accustomed to the roles of “savage with a big heart”, the actor always excels in the exercise. It is in the role of Baba Voss, a patriarch ready to do anything to protect his family and his tribe, that we find him this time. This intrepid warrior is, moreover, reminiscent of his performances in “Game of Thrones”, or even “Frontier”… a treat what. Facing him, the actor can also count on the inspired performances of Alfre Woodard (“Desperate Housewives”), but also Sylvia Hoeks (“Blade Runner 2049”).

An original screenplay

It’s rare enough to report it these days, but “SEE” is not an adaptation! This is an original story, straight out of the imagination of Steven Knight (“Peaky Blinders”), although inspired by various genre classics. A mix of science fiction and fantasy, the series takes us to a distant future, 600 years after our era. Humanity lost its sense of sight after a virus wiped out most of the population and the only survivors reverted back to the pristine state. In this dystopian world, Baba Voss, the leader of the Alkenny tribe, discovers that his twins have the ability to see.


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