This article discusses 5 reasons to watch See season 3, which will be released on Apple TV+ on August 26th, 2022.
See has been a staple for Apple TV+ since premiering in 2019. One of their flagship series, See has become a global hit for the niche streaming network, even if the Steven Knight creation has not been a hit with critics. (Currently, on Rotten Tomatoes, the first season has a 44% score).
Here are five reasons why you watch the third season of the Apple TV+ series.
5 Reasons to Watch See season 3 on Apple TV+
Reason 1: Jason Momoa, of course!
Hey, when a show has one of the biggest global attractions in its lead, Aquaman, for God’s sake, you take notice. Very rarely do television shows land such a bankable Hollywood star. Fortunately for us, Apple has more money than it knows what to do with.
Reason 2: It is the Final Season
See took a remarkable turn in quality and storytelling in its second season. (And by the 83% Rotten Tomatoes critic’s score, many have taken notice).
Reason 3: The Trailer!
Have you watched the trailer for See’s third and final season? The closing chapter has massive explosions from a new and mysterious weapon that leads to the story’s epic conclusion! And remember, this is a post-apocalyptic world where all humankind has lost the ability to see. All of this after Momoa’s Baba defeated his brother (Guardians of the Galaxy’s Dave Bautista) led our hero to live out the rest of his existence away from his family. Will this new weapon bring Baba out of the forest?
Reason 4: The Creative Force Behind the Camera!
The series was created and written by Peaky Blinders scribe Steven Knight. The award-winning creator is one of television’s hottest and most sought-after writers working today.
Reason 5: Inclusiveness
A show like See deserves our support! The last season brought home The Ruderman Seal of Approval for Authentic Representation. An award for television or feature film projects “featuring actors with disabilities in substantial speaking roles, and has been conceived as the premier recognition for those in the creative entertainment community who show the commitment toward full inclusiveness in popular culture.” Knight and company cast actors with visual impairment in their roles, creating an authentic atmosphere for a show highlighting individuals with disabilities.