See trailer: Jason Momoa is a blind father fighting for his kids survival in Apple TV's upcoming sci-fi series
Game of Thrones and Aquaman star Jason Momoa is back with a new post-apocalyptic drama series coming to Apple TV+.
While the annual Apple event brought out a number of new, enhanced gadgets; what also featured at the launch was the trailer of Jason Momoa-starrer fantasy series See which is set to air on Apple TV Plus in November.
The upcoming series is set in far future following a deadly virus attack which destroyed a large part of the human race out of which, the survivors are left to live blind and for whom "vision is only a myth." Momoa stars as Baba Voss, a bland father to twins born with the mythic ability to see. And for this reason, Voss must now save his tribe and his twins who are being searched by a powerful queen.
Check out the trailer here
Prepare for a new vision of the future.
— SEE (@SeeOfficial) September 10, 2019
Also starring in the series are Alfre Woodard as Paris, Voss's spiritual leader, Yadira Guevara-Prip, Sylvia Hoeks, Nesta Cooper, Archie Madekwe, Christian Camargo, Hera Hilmar, and Marilee Talkington, reported Variety.
See is penned and created by Steven Knight and directed by Francis Lawrence. As the series will feature people blinded after the epidemic, the makers have selected actors with either low vision or who are blind, according to Apple.
The upcoming series is one among the many scheduled to air on the newly announced streaming service, Apple TV Plus which will launch on 1 November.
Others include The Morning Show, Dickinson, For All Mankind and the documentary The Elephant Queen.
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