Following today’s big finale on Apple TV+, what should the See season 2 premiere date be? Within this piece, we come bearing the earliest discussion on that subject.
Let’s start things off here, though, with a reminder that you don’t have to worry about the show’s immediate future following the finale. After all, there are going to be chances to check out more of the series in the weeks/months to come. See has been one of Apple’s hotter properties since launching the service, as it has a big-name lead in Jason Momoa and there’s a real drive to push it forward.
Also, remember this — Apple TV+ is a new service. Much like Netflix during the early days, it needs to build up some brand loyalty. Viewers need to believe that some of the shows that are ordered there are actually going to end up sticking around for a while. It’s only over the past couple of years that Netflix has become quick to cancel shows, and they’re likely doing it at this point because they recognize that they have a huge library to fall back on. Even if someone is upset over a cancellation, there’s an internal awareness that people are still going to watch other shows. There are some people who may quit their subscription over a cancellation, but there are a lot of reasons for people to stay subscribed. On a new service, the paradigm is a little bit different.
(For the record, See is not the only series on Netflix that was renewed early for another batch of episodes.)
As for when we would expect a See season 2 to premiere, the most likely scenario is that the show comes on the air at some point late next year — though it also could be longer, based on Momoa’s own busy schedule. Because Apple has prioritized casting big names in some of their programming, the trade-off there is that it means they’ll have to find a way in order to be accommodating as they move forward.
What do you want the See season 2 premiere date to be on Apple TV+?
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