Apple is turning up the hype for the launch of Apple TV+ this morning with a new featurette for its big-budget series See.
The two-minute-long video shows never-before-seen clips of the show along with commentary from its creators and the cast. Early reviews for See were less than enthusiastic, but after seeing some of the behind the scenes shots, we’re cautiously optimistic that it could mature into something great.
See takes place in our world about 600 years after a virus wiped out most of the Earth’s population. All those that survive were left blind. Jason Momoa (Aquaman) stars in the lead role of Baba Voss who fathers twins born with the mythic ability to see. Voss, a powerful warrior, must protect his tribe and twins against a queen who believes sight is witchcraft and wants the babies killed.
Apple has already greenlit See for a second season.
Apple TV+ launches on November 1 and will cost $4.99 per month. If you bought an iPhone, iPad or Mac in the last two months you’ll get a one-year subscription for free. The service is launching with only a handful of original shows. For All Mankind, The Morning Show and Dickinson are the other prestige shows that will be available at launch, though not all episodes will be made available immediately.