Jason Momoa's See is set to return for a third season, it's been announced.
Reported by Variety, this post-apocalyptic drama in which mankind lives blindly is already shooting new episodes in Toronto, with a release date probably landing somewhere towards the end of 2022.
The second season premieres on Apple TV+ this August.
It'll feature Momoa's Baba Voss battling to reunite his family while escaping the war and politics surrounding him.
Thanks to newcomer Dave Bautista's Edo Voss (Baba's brother), though, making a quick getaway proves nearly impossible, with the bulky sibling threatening his family "even more", according to an official synopsis.
Watching these two giants collide – MCU vs Worlds of DC – is going to be something special.
Back in 2019, Aquaman icon Momoa teased what fans can expect from the next See episodes in an exclusive interview with Digital Spy.
"It's actually pretty exciting," he shared, before being probed for additional hints.
"You don't want to know. We went over the whole thing. It's all laid out, which is really beautiful. I mean, I know what mine is. Every other character has their own stuff.
"I didn't get into too much detail about everyone's fine details. But with mine, I'm excited."
See is streaming on Apple TV+.
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