It’s Monday. Momoa Moment coming up. I must say, I’m fully addicted to him and to this Apple TV+ series. I watched the first season already. Season Two now streaming on Apple TV+ – a new episode every Friday.
As before, awesome series, great acting and incredible plot lines. It gets better with time.
Season Two premiered and Season Three has been approved.
Epic trailer for season two of Apple’s “See,” starring Jason Momoa, Dave Bautista and Alfre Woodard, unveiled ahead of highly anticipated global premiere
Apple TV+ debuted the season two trailer for its action-packed, post-apocalyptic drama series, “See,” starring Jason Momoa, Dave Bautista and Alfre Woodard.
The eight-episode second season began globally on Friday, August 27, 2021 on Apple TV+ with the first episode, followed by one new episode weekly, every Friday.
“See” is set in a brutal and primitive future, hundreds of years after humankind has lost the ability to see.
In season two, Baba Voss (Momoa) is struggling to reunite his family while protecting them as the threat of war looms between the Kingdom of Paya and the Trivantian Republic. Despite his best efforts, his wife and sighted children are pulled to the forefront of the conflict, where they come to the attention of his estranged brother, Edo Voss (Bautista), a powerful and cunning Trivantian general, whose long-simmering hatred for his brother imperils them all even further.
The second season of “See” is executive produced by Steven Knight, Francis Lawrence, Peter Chernin, Jenno Topping, Jim Rowe and Jonathan Tropper, who also serves as showrunner. The series is produced by Chernin Entertainment and Endeavor Content.
Joining Momoa, Bautista and Woodard in the second season are new series regulars Eden Epstein (“Sweetbitter”), Tom Mison (“Watchmen”), Hoon Lee (“Warrior”), Olivia Cheng (“Warrior”), David Hewlett (“The Shape of Water”) and Tamara Tunie (“Flight”).
Wise, soothing, very much needed words … “Just give yourself one simple reminder that the world is full of wonders. Even if we are at a point in life where we can’t appreciate things, it sometimes helps to remember there are things in this world to enjoy, when we are ready.” — Matt Haig, with “One Beautiful Thing” in “The Comfort Book” (Penguin Life, July 6, 2021).
Experience one beautiful thing a day. However small. However trivial. Read a poem. Play a favorite song. Laugh with a friend. Gaze at the sky just before the sun’s final tumble toward night. Watch a classic movie. Eat a slice of lemon drizzle cake. Whatever. Just give yourself one simple reminder that the world is full of wonders. Even if we are at a point in life where we can’t appreciate things, it sometimes helps to remember there are things in this world to enjoy, when we are ready.