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See Season 3 Premiere: Release Date & Time

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Back in August, we reported that the 3rd season of AppleTV+’s See would begin on August 26, and the moment is finally here. But it’s bittersweet. This is See’s final season, so once it’s gone, it’s gone forever. Grab your tissue boxes and your favorite snacks, because it’s almost on our screens! Here are the details of when we will be able to watch the See Season 3 premiere.

What Time and Date Will See Season 3 be Released?

The beginning of the end of seeing Jason Momoa on our screens for AppleTV+’s See is going to be this Friday, August 26th, at midnight Eastern time. This means Thursday the 25th for our friends on the West coast. Apple will release the first episode on that Friday and follow up with the remaining eight on a weekly basis. 

In other words, here’s the exact time zone rundown: 

  • Friday, August 26, 12 a.m. Eastern
  • Thursday, August 25, 11 p.m. Central
  • Thursday, August 25, 10 p.m. Mountain
  • Thursday, August 25, 9 p.m. Pacific

Apple is also releasing all of Season 1 for free until August 29, so if you haven’t watched the show yet, now is your chance to dip your toes into this post-apocalyptic world. You’ll have to binge-watch it, but that’s what weekends are for, right?

What is See About?

The events of See happen in a distant dystopian future, where the human species has lost its ability to see. As a result, civilization has been forced to develop new methods to communicate, construct, and hunt in order to continue existing.

When a pair of identical twins are born with sight, all of that is called into question.

Jason Momoa plays Baba Voss, the father of those two children. 

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Credit: AppleTV+

As per an article in The Teal Mango, the official See Season 3 synopsis reads, “The stakes have never been higher for Baba Voss [Jason Momoa] and his tribe, as a new form of warfare threatens to destroy the world as they know it.

See is set in a brutal and primitive future, hundreds of years after humankind has lost the ability to see. In season three, almost a year has passed since Baba Voss defeated his nemesis brother Edo and bid farewell to his family to live remotely in the forest. But when a Trivantian scientist develops a new and devastating form of sighted weaponry that threatens the future of humanity, Baba returns to Paya in order to protect his tribe one more.”

See Season 3 premiere
Credit: AppleTV+

According to The Digital Fix, showrunner and executive producer Jonathan Tropper shared his excitement in a statement for See’s final season.

“We are thrilled to share this epic final chapter of ‘See,’ which delivers all the intense drama, riveting action, and heartfelt emotion fans have come to expect, as well as what we think is a deeply satisfying conclusion to our story,” Tropper said. “Building a world without sight was a particularly unique and continuous challenge that was met through the passionate and thoughtful collaboration of a phenomenally talented and diverse team both in front of and behind the camera. The show has been a monumental labour of love for all involved, and we are eternally grateful for the way ’See’ has been embraced by viewers around the world.

Returning in the third and last season of See are Sylvia Hoeks, Hera Hilmar, Christian Camargo, Archie Madekwe, Nesta Cooper, Tom Mison, Olivia Cheng, Eden Epstein, Michael Raymond-James, and David Hewlett. 

Are you excited for the last season of See? And if you haven’t seen it, will you be doing a binge-watch of Season 1 first? Let us know!

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    Valerie Anne is a Type 1 diabetic, mother, tree-hugger, self-proclaimed granola who loves a good horror story through literature, video games, and movies. She also streams art over at

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