Set in the distant future, See focuses on a society stricken by a terrible virus — decimating most of humankind, and blinding the rest. The Aquaman actor stars as Baba Voss, a tribal leader who becomes a father to twins with the mythic ability to see. He must protect his family against opposing forces, including a queen who wants to destroy the children. Sounds very Khal Drogo-esque, right?
Alfre Woodard joins Momoa for the eight-episode epic, along with featured cast and crew members who are blind or have low vision. Peaky Blinders creator Steven Knight and Hunger Games director Francis Lawrence take the helm to bring this show to life.
See will be available to stream when Apple TV+ launches on Nov. 1, along with Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon's highly-anticipated drama The Morning Show. Apple's just giving us more and more reasons to hand over our money, huh?