Back in the previous year, Apple released many great shows on their streaming service Apple TV+ that includes See. The science fiction series cast Aquaman star Jason Momoa in the lead role. The series is set in a dystopian future where humanity lost the sense of sight. Later, twins born who have the power to see. Steven Knight is the showrunner and executive producer of the series. The first season of the science fiction series landed on Apple TV+ on November 1, 2019.
The great news is we will get a second season of the series. Apple announced the new season before the series premiere. New details appeared for the filming of the second season; keep reading to know everything about it:
New Filming Details For See Season 2
The production for the second season earlier began. It was also announced that shooting would start from February 3, 2020, and finished on July 10, 2020. But Apple had to stop production because of the ongoing condition. But now, finally, new details are revealed for the production of the second season.
The production of See season 2 will begin from next month. The filming will take place from October 14, 2020, in Toronto. The shooting is expecting to finish till March 2021.
Release Date Of See Season 2
So the huge delay in the production will also result in the delay of the release of the second season. Now we have to wait for more for the new episodes of the science fiction series. As the production will complete in the next year so it will be going to take a long time to release.
We are expecting the second season of See to release on Apple TV+ around mid or late 2021, as per the sources. A specific date is still not disclosed for the new season.
Other Updates For See Season 2
Alongside Jason Momoa, these stars will feature in the second season of See: Dave Bautista, Hera Hilmar, Alfre Woodard, Sylvia Hoeks, Archie Madekwe, and Nesta Cooper. For the second season, Jonathan Tropper will be the showrunner for it. For now, there is limited information on the second season, we will soon return with more updates.