Apple TV+: Jason Mamoa promises big things for See season 2

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See may only have just arrived on Apple TV Plus but a second season is already in the works.

Apple have joined the likes of Netflix and Amazon by muscling into the streaming industry with their newly launched Apple TV+ streaming service.

Arriving at launch has been a whole slew of new shows including The Morning Show, Dickinson, For All Mankind and See, all of which have been picked up for a second season despite releasing only recently.

It's clear to see that a lot of effort and financial clout has been brought to the table by Apple with all four shows earning a second season after less than one week into Apple TV+'s launch. 

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See season 1

See's first season arrived on Apple TV+ on the same day as the streaming service launched.

It tells a story based several hundred into the future where most of humanity has been wiped out by a deadly virus and those that didn't perish were left blind.

However, the fine balance that had been established by the remnants of humanity looks set to be thrown into jeopardy as two newborn children are born with the ability to see.

The first three episodes of See were released on launch day, November 1st, with each episode from now releasing weekly until December 6th.

Season 2 confirmed

As mentioned, season 2 of See has already been confirmed by Apple even though the show has only just been released. 

While no release date has been confirmed yet, it is likely that See will return towards the tail end of 2020 if it follows traditional release schedules.

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Jason Mamoa promises big things

The star attraction of See is, without doubt, Game of Thrones and Aquaman veteran Jason Mamoa who has already been speaking of his excitement about a second season of See.

Speaking to Digital Spy, revealed that season 2 had already been planned out and said: "you don't want to know" when asked about future plans.

Mamoa gave next to nothing away but finished by saying: "I'm excited." 

Clearly, fans of See have a lot more in store if they stick around for season 2.

In the meantime, season 1 of See continues on Apple TV+ on November 8th with new episodes arriving weekly until December 6th.

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