The dystopian series with Jason Momoa closes after three seasons on Apple TV +, the showrunner: “The ending will be satisfying”.
If it’sthe post-apocalyptic series of Apple TV + with Jason Momoa protagonist, has come to an end. The streaming video service has announced that the third seasonwhich will debut on August 26, will also be the last. In addition, the first teaser trailer of the new episodes, which you see below.
See: The plot and previews of season 3
If it’s – written for Apple TV + by the creator of Peaky Blinders Steven Knight – is set in a brutal and primitive future, hundreds of years after humanity lost the sense of sight. In the second season we witnessed the confrontation between Baba Voss (Momoa) and his rejected brother Edo Voss (Dave Bautista), moved by a latent hatred towards him. The new episodes are set about a year after the epic battle in which Baba Voss defeated Edo, his nemesis. We had let him say goodbye to his family and retire to the forest to live away from everyone. But, according to the official synopsis Season 3, when a trivantian scientist develops a devastating new form of weaponry with a view that threatens the future of humanity, Baba returns to Paya to once again protect his tribe.
The statements of the showrunner
“We are thrilled to share this epic final chapter that delivers all the intensity, thrilling action and strong emotion fans have come to expect, as well as what we think is a deeply satisfying conclusion to the telling of our story,” he said. Jonathan Troppershowrunner and executive producer of If it’s. “Building a world without sight has been an ongoing, particular and unique challenge that has been possible to win thanks to the passionate and caring collaboration of an exceptional and talented team both in front and behind the cameras. The making of the series is the result of a monumental work and the passion of all the people involved and we are eternally grateful for the affection with which See has been received by viewers from all over the world “.
If it’s was among the first original Apple TV + series to debut on the service when it launched worldwide in November 2019. Jason Momoa, however, remains in business with Apple as we will see it soon in a new project, the Chief of War miniseries.