See

Friday 3:00 on Apple TV+
1 Seasons, 10 Episodes

Genre: / Drama / Science-Fiction /

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Far in a dystopian future, the human race has lost the sense of sight, and society has had to find new ways to interact, build, hunt—and survive. All of that is challenged when a set of twins is born with sight.
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See: SEASON 1, EPISODE 5: Episode 5 | TVBuzer

Aired: November 15,2019

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Good show At least so far, the show does not have gender dysphoria like all the other new shows, we will see how this goes. more

 
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See: 'See': Jason Momoa Handpicked a Metal Vocalist to Train Him For War Cry Scene News | TVBuzer

'See': Jason Momoa Handpicked a Metal Vocalist to Train Him For War Cry Scene

“See” is pretty metal: The Apple TV+ sci-fi series features plenty of violent battles, allusions to witches, and all manner of dystopian themes. Also, the show features two actual heavy metal musicians in a brief cameo, one of whom helped train star Jason Momoa to perform suitably bombastic war cries in the show’s pilot. Much of the show’s first episode is dedicated to Baba Voss (Momoa) leading his village’s warriors against an invading army. Baba rallies his troops via an intense, ... more

See: Apple TV Plus Renews Four Series as Glimpses Emerge of First-Week Activity News | TVBuzer

Apple TV Plus Renews Four Series as Glimpses Emerge of First-Week Activity

Apple TV Plus has given second season orders to the four scripted drama series that launched the streaming service last week. Dramas “See,” “For All Mankind,” “Dickinson” and “The Morning Show” have been greenlit for sophomore seasons. “Morning Show,” led by Reese Witherspoon and Jennifer Aniston, already had a two-season order and is already at wo... more

See: 'See' Review: Jason Momoa Slashes His Way Through Apple's Weirdest New Series News | TVBuzer

'See' Review: Jason Momoa Slashes His Way Through Apple's Weirdest New Series

There’s a scene near the end of “See’s” hourlong, action-driven pilot where Queen Kane (Sylvia Hoeks), the malicious ruler of one of Earth’s last civilizations with electricity, interrupts her advisers by bluntly shouting, “I wish to pray!” Retreating to an oversized footrest bathed in light, the blind leader of a blind world licks her fingers, starts speaking to God, and then masturbates until her prayer and orgasm climax together. There’s no particular explanatio... more

 
 
 
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