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Apple TV+ series 'See' gets raging dose of Dave Bautista

The Weekender
Have you seen See, the epic Apple TV+ sci-fi series starring Jason “Aquaman” Momoa?
It’s set in a post-apocalyptic world in which (most) humans have lost their sight. The second season arrived Friday, bringing a worthy new antagonist: Dave Bautista.
Adding the former pro wrestler – who hit it big playing Drax the Destroyer in Guardians of the Galaxy – was a totally savvy move. Read our review of this season’s first few episodes for a taste of what Bautista brings to the show.
— Lewis Wallace, managing editor
P.S. If you’re not into sci-fi, perhaps you’ll enjoy this week’s abundance of Apple leaks and rumors. Read about all the latest rumblings related to iPhone 13, Apple Watch Series 7 and upcoming Macs below.

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