This article discusses 5 series like Apple TV+s See you must watch.
While not the most critically beloved or popular show out there, See has managed to secure a fanbase through its fantastic and elaborate action sequences, coupled with deep world-building and visceral performances from Jason Momoa and Dave Bautista. Here are 5 shows (OK, one of them’s a movie) that fans of See will enjoy.
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Game of Thrones (2011)
I’m pretty sure you would have to be living deep in the Appalachian Mountains, under a rock that is under a different, larger rock to not have heard of the worldwide phenomenon that was HBO’s Game of Thrones. But in case you missed it or avoided it because of the hate for the ending, or because you actually do live under a rock in the Appalachian Mountains—I wanted to formally recommend an immediate binge of this epic fantasy. See would not exist if Game of Thrones didn’t already prove that there was a significant audience for high-budget, adult-focused fantasy dramas.
Another descendant of Game of Thrones, Vikings ran from 2013 to 2020 and tells the story of legendary Viking chief Ragnar Lothbrok. Despite being on History Channel (not necessarily known for its quality television), Vikings had surprisingly good production values and was met with considerable praise and popularity. A spin-off series Vikings: Valhalla is streaming on Netflix.
Bird Box (2018)
If the central concept of See, where the entire world population is blind, and the notion of sight is unknown, is particularly interesting to you, then it’s worth checking out the Netflix original film Bird Box. Starring Sandra Bullock, the popular film uses blindness in a similarly interesting way: people must learn to live without seeing in a post-apocalyptic world, as there are mysterious entities that cause anyone who looks at them to kill themselves.
The Witcher (2019)
Although See is not strictly a fantasy, at least in the most rigid ‘high fantasy’ sense of the genre, it does have many of the same stylistic and aesthetic attributes, especially with Netflix’s The Witcher, which also features a gruff, brutal but fair male lead.
Sweet Tooth (2021)
If you loved the world-building of See and the clear thrust of its narrative, then Netflix’s Sweet Tooth, which is based on the Vertigo comic of the same name, will hit the spot.
Do you have any other recommendations for series like Apple TV+s See? Let us know!