"See" is an American science fiction drama television series directed by Fred Toye and Steven Knight.
The starring cast includes Jason Momoa as Baba Voss, Sylvia Hoeks as Queen Sibeth Kane, Hera Hilmar as Maghra, Christian Camargo as Tamacti Jun, Archie Madekwe, Nesta Cooper, Yadira Guevara-Prip as Bow Lion, Alfre Woodard as Paris, Eden Epstein as Wren, Olivia Cheng as Charlotte and others.

Here are "See" TV series trailer, plot summary, full cast and characters, release date, streaming services and everything we know so far.


Is there a trailer for See TV series?

Apple TV on Saturday, July 23, 2022 released the trailer for "See" you can watch here:
SEE - Season 3 Official Trailer | Apple TV+.

Plot summary

What is See TV series plot?

Here is a short review of "See" TV series plot summary.

In the twenty-first century, a virus wiped out most of humanity. Less than two million people survived, and their distant descendants have all lost their sense of sight. See takes place several centuries later, where society has found new ways to socially interact, build, hunt, and survive without vision. The concept of vision has become a myth, and any mention of it is considered heresy.
In the mountains, a pregnant woman named Maghra (Hera Hilmar) seeks shelter with the Alkenny tribe. The Chief of the Alkenny, Baba Voss (Jason Momoa), who has been unable to father children, marries her and adopts her children. Their biological father, Jerlamarel (Joshua Henry), is wanted by the Queen (Sylvia Hoeks) of the Payan kingdom for the heresy of being "sighted" (the natural ability to see). Word spreads of Jerlamarel siring children, prompting a witch hunt for Jerlamarel and his offspring. Baba Voss must protect both his family and his tribe against the Queen's army.
"Alkenny" and "Kanzua" may be alterations of Allegheny and Kinzua, real-life locations in present-day western Pennsylvania.


Who plays who in the See TV series cast?

Here is the full cast and characters of "See" TV series. Actors and actresses are sorted mostly in credits order.

Jason Momoa  as Baba Voss a fearless warrior and the leader of the Alkenny Tribe
Sylvia Hoeks  as Queen Sibeth Kane the ruler of the Payan Kingdom and Maghra's older sister
Hera Hilmar  as Maghra
Christian Camargo  as Tamacti Jun the royal tax collector and Witchfinder General of the Payan army
Archie Madekwe  as Kofun the son of Baba Voss and Maghra, and the biological son of Jerlamarel
Nesta Cooper  as Haniwa the daughter of Baba Voss and Maghra, and the biological daughter of Jerlamarel
Yadira Guevara-Prip  as Bow Lion a fierce ally of Baba Voss and member of the Alkenny Tribe
Alfre Woodard  as Paris a wise elder member of the Alkenny Tribe
Eden Epstein  as Wren a smart and ambitious lieutenant of the Trivantian army
Olivia Cheng  as Charlotte a fierce warrior and protector of the Alkenny
Hoon Lee  as Toad a skilled Witchfinder soldier
Tom Mison  as Lord Harlan the ruler of the city of Pennsa who's a fast talker, smart, and cunning
Dave Bautista  as Edo Voss the vengeful younger brother of Baba Voss and the Commander General of the Trivantian army, the rival kingdom of Payan
Tantoo Cardinal  as The Dreamer an elder member of the Alkenny Tribe and the mother of Bow Lion
Mojean Aria  as Gether Bax an untrustworthy member of the Alkenny Tribe and the nephew of Souter Bax
Marilee Talkington  as Souter Bax a member of the Alkenny Tribe and the aunt of Gether Bax
Bree Klauser  as Matal a member of the Alkenny Tribe and a "Presage", someone with an extrasensory ability to feel emotions
Luc Roderique  as Arca the quartermaster of the Alkenny Tribe who's loyal to Baba Voss
Hiro Kanagawa  as Lord Unoa the royal physician of Payan
Franz Drameh  as Boots a mysterious former member of a scavenger tribe
Lauren Glazier  as Nyrie the loyal lady-in-waiting of Sibeth Kane
Timothy Webber  as Cutter a slave owner
Jessica Harper  as Cora a slave
Dayo Okeniyi  as Oloman the oldest of Jerlamarel's sighted children and his right hand who's also a proficient engineer
Alex Breaux  as Dax a Witchfinder serving under Toad
Adrian Groulx  as Rockwell a young child of Jerlamarel
Martin Roach  as Captain Gosset the commander of the military forces in Pennsa
Adam Morse  as Frye a Witchfinder serving under Toad
Nina Kiri  as Harmony a servant in Pennsa
Luke Humphrey  as Kerrigan Lord Harlan's younger brother and close advisor
Joshua Henry  as Jerlamarel a heretic and preacher of sight
Josh Blacker  as Witchfinder Warrior
Christian Sloan  as Witchfinder Ayura
Peter Bryant  as Lord Dune
Ron Kennell  as Lord Torrance
Cassandra Naud  as Shadow Warrior #1
Joe Flanigan  as The Military
Shalyn Ferdinand  as Shadow Warrior #2
Michael Reventar  as Lord Diego
Fraser Aitcheson  as Soldier
Jefferson Halliday  as Courtier
Maxime Savaria  as Massler
David Hewlett  as Tormada
Patricia Drake  as Overseer
Tamara Tunie  as The Bank
Kamran Fulleylove  as Lt. Jurado
Brandon McGibbon  as Ferik
Damaris Lewis  as Sheva
Brianna Clark  as Sinjay
Clint Rudderham  as Andal
James Immekus  as The People
Nicole Stamp  as Onica
Adrian Hough  as Lord Sak
Donovan Tildesley  as Lord Carne
Alex Bulmer  as Lady Zee
Ellen MacNevin  as Lady in Waiting
Rey Casiano  as Witchfinder
Kyra Zagorsky  as Delia
Aleks Paunovic  as Wech
Jaeden Noel  as Kofun (Age 12)
David Eisner  as Ambassador Scopus
Millie Davis  as Haniwa (Age 12)
Raven Scott  as Nonni
Nicolas Grimes  as Maldeogo
Gabrielle Rose  as Lady An
Camillia Mahal  as Scentier 1
Gardiner Millar  as King
Christian Darrel Scott  as Sammy
Michelle Giroux  as Commander Watts
Jaidyn Triplett  as Sheena
Ava Sleeth  as Young Maghra
Leo Rano  as Archer
Dagan Nish  as Scentier 2
Sharon Taylor  as Ilun
Robert Corness  as Old Man (Tipi Village)
Amani Avery  as Hayah
Eddie McGee  as Yakis
Daniel Barra-Berger  as House Guard
Aiyanna Miorin  as Hoveh
Bola Olubowale  as Trivantian Soldier
Emily Nixon  as Handmaiden
Mainei Kinimaka  as Belu
Ese Atawo  as Oxe
James Eddy  as Palace Witchfinder
Breanna Dillon  as Edo Commando
Aimee Bessada  as Payan Soldier
Alex Zahara  as Colonel Farks
Susanna Fournier  as Ayura
Danijel Mandic  as Lt. Raya
Shayla Brown  as Salvin Leader
Alison J. Palmer  as Mourning Mother
Tommy Clarke  as Rider
Xavier Schoppel  as Valier Tribe Member
Chelsea Russell  as Singing Woman
Victor Mifsud  as Yeliss Leader
Megan Charpentier  as Fethin
Oliver Peters  as Alkenny Chanter
Oliver Becker  as Zechan
Samantha Moore  as Reyenne Leader
Bola Omodara  as Stall Holder #1
Spencer Prewett  as Alkenny Drummer
Atlin Mitchell  as Vienna
Jackie Blackmore  as Stall Holder #2
Ian Matthews  as Smithee
Mitra Suri  as Quito
Sarah Gale  as Elder Council Official
Nicco Del Rio  as Young Man
Josh Cruddas  as Snell
Nickolas Baric  as Trivantian Soldier
Michael Giel  as Storyteller
Sean Kavanaugh  as Witchfinder
Rocky Anderson  as Slayer
Lamine Quiqui  as Kofun (Age 3)
Glenn Edward Gyorffy  as Slaver
Jonah Hundert  as Sergeant
Kelly Metzger  as Woman (Fethin's Mom)
Hayven Oladapo  as Haniwa (Age 3)
Noah Lamanna  as Scent Chef
Alex Somerville  as Checkpoint Guard
Darren Moore  as Priest
Dominic Mariche  as Kofun (Age 7)
Jordana Blake  as Haniwa (Age 7)
Iris Paluly  as Witch #1
Suzanne Roberts-Smith  as Foley Artist
Wesley Salter  as Witch #2
Linda Curial  as Alkenny Elder
Mustafa Bulut  as Soldier
Mike Chow  as Healer
Yvonne Angeles  as Alkenny Teacher
Nova Stevens  as Witch #3
Gavin Fox  as Torturer
Moses Nyarko  as Ryder
Camille Hollett-French  as Witch #4
Nathaniel Adams  as Alkenny Kid #1
Ken Hall  as Pimp
Simon Northwood  as Flint
Jarrett Carlington  as Witch #5
Damian Jansen  as Alkenny Kid #2
Sammila Vassell  as Queen's Herald
Maya Keefe  as Alkenny Kid #3
Hannan Younis  as Protestor
Winston Cabagnot  as Alkenny Kid #4
Robin Frigeri  as Protestor
Christopher Cabagnot  as Alkenny Kid #5
Jesse Buck  as Protestor
Margot Wehrle  as River Child
Jennifer Merchant  as Marketplace Citizen
Jonathan Ellul  as Marketplace Citizen
Jessica Allen  as Marketplace Citizen
Jim Garrow  as Payan Luminary
Matthew G. Taylor  as Maddox
Hayden Finkelshtain  as Row Vano


What are See filming details?

"See" series are produced by about:blank, Quaker Moving Pictures, Chernin Entertainment, Endeavor Content and Nebula Star.

The average duration of each episode is 49 - 57 minutes. Country of origin: United States. Original language: English.


What are critics and audiences saying about See TV series?

"See" TV series got high rating from critics. IMDB rating is 7.6/10. Rotten Tomatoes rating is 85/100.

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