See season 2 episode 2 will follow the events of episode one, where we’ll get to see more of Edo Voss. Created by Steven Knight, See is an Apple TV+ sci-fi drama starring Jason Momoa and Alfre Woodard as leads. The cast also includes Sylvia Hoeks, Hera Hilmar, Jenno Topping, and Kristen Campo. The series premiered on the streaming platform back on November 1, 2019. It quickly got a renewal for season 2 but the COVID-19 pandemic ended up delaying the production. Season 2 of See eventually dropped on Apple TV+ on August 27, 2021. It has already been renewed for a third season, back in June 2021. See is set in a dystopian world where all of surviving humanity, following a viral apocalypse, has become blind.
It all started with a virus wiping out all but two million humans in the early 21st century. The remaining population loses their sight for some inexplicable reason. Centuries have passed since the apocalypse, and humanity has found new ways to survive. They have developed skills to Interact, hunt, build, and survive without vision. We follow Baba Voss, the chieftain of the Alkenny tribe. When a pregnant woman named Maghra arrives at the tribe seeking shelter, Voss accepts her. The father of the children she bears is Jerlamarel. Queen of the Kane dynasty has ordered for his and his offspring’s arrest for being a person with vision. Voss must protect his family as well as his tribe from the Queen’s army.
See Season 2 Episode 2 Release Date
See Season 2 Episode 2 will release on September 3, 2021. You can catch the second episode on Apple TV+ at 12 a.m. ET. Season 2 made its premiere on the streamer on August 27, 2021, and has run for 1 episode so far. According to reports, this season is going to follow suit and have a total of 8 episodes as well.
Episode 1 Recap
Episode 1 of See season 2 saw Baba leaving Paris to watch over Kofun before departing to Haniwa’s rescue. After successfully infiltrating a Trivantian city, Baba encounters his old friend Yakis. Baba enlists his help to find his daughter. Meanwhile, Witchfinders find Kofun and Paris and tell them about Maghra’s true identity. Kofun and Paris learn that Maghra is the princess of Payan and has sent soldiers to check on her family. Kofun wants to go see her but stops when he remembers that Baba told him to stay. However, Paris convinces him to go. Maghra and Queen Kane arrive at Pennsa and the Queen takes over the High Lord Harlan’s home. Later on, Queen Kane announces her plans to make Pennsa the future capital of Payan. In her intense speech, Queen Kane blames Trivantians for Kanzua’s destruction.
Wren and Haniwa Fight, Edo Tortures Baba
She also announces her pregnancy and reveals that her child will be born with vision. For the citizens of Payan who consider vision to be a curse, this doesn’t quite sit well with them.
Additionally, declaring war on the Trivantians is another trigger of doom. Meanwhile, back in Trivantian city, Haniwa discovers that many more people have the vision. One of those who can see includes Wren, her bodyguard. A fight between the two ensues, but neither can kill the other. Baba, on the other hand, lands in trouble when a child with sight dupes him. The child directs some Trivantian soldiers to him, which eventually leads to his arrest. That’s when Baba is finally reunited with his younger brother Edo Voss. We understand from their interaction that Baba had done him wrong in the past. And now Edo has returned to settle scores with his elder brother.
See Season 2 Episode 2 Spoilers
See season 2 episode 2 might see Jerlamarel trying to restore his sight by undergoing surgery. Things might turn bleak and hopeless for him though if it doesn’t yield any results. Elsewhere, Wren is taking Haniwa to a desolate apartment which might have a lot of signs of the people from the days of sight. On the other hand, Queen Kane’s speech has stirred things up. There is likely to be dissent among the people which will move the plot forward regarding Payan’s fate. While Edo might continue subjecting Baba to torture, Wren might switch sides. She seems to be a potential key player in getting Haniwa’s way out of Trivantian city.
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