Jason Momoa stars in Apple Original “See” Apple TV +

Apple TV + is the latest streaming platform to enter a saturated field. You can catch Jason Mamoa’s latest project, “See“ on the new subscription based on November 1.

The expectation for the film to be as Epic as Game of Thrones is full on for the executives at Apple , they reportedly spent $15 million per episode.

Peaky Blinders creator, Steven Knight and The Hunger Games director, Francis Lawrence lead the team behind camera and In front, you have Momoa, the Aquaman and Game of Thrones star alongside Hollywood legend Alfre Woodard starring opposite,

In the distant future, the human race has lost the sense of sight, and society is left to find new ways to interact, build, hunt and survive.

Meanwhile, blind warrior Baba Voss’ ( Momoa) wife gives birth to a set of twins. To his tribe’s amazement, the twins can see.

As word spreads, it gets the attention of a clinical queen who will stop at nothing to get her hands on the twins. In order to protect his children, Voss is forced to rely on his instincts and must rally fellow tribes to take down the queen and her tyrannical cult before they can capture the children.

“See” joins a slate of programs, including dramas, comedies and movies with big-name stars and producers such as Oprah Winfrey, Steven Spielberg, and Jennifer Aniston.

Apple TV+ will cost $4.99 per month and direct sign-ups inside the TV app will feature a 7-day trial. However, many Apple customers will be able to experience Apple TV+ for free for a year. Apple announced that any purchase of an iPhone, iPad, Apple TV or Mac from September 10 will be eligible to redeem 12 months free. A single Apple TV+ subscription can be shared with six family members through Family Sharing.

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