See featurette asks how Apple TV+ show crafted a world without sight

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See featurette asks how Apple TV+ show crafted a world without sight
See depicts a world in which humanity has lost its sight.
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Are you a fan of See, Apple TV+’s post-apocalyptic fantasy show starring Jason Momoa as Baba Voss? Want to know more about how the show came to be?

If so, you’re in luck — since Apple just debuted a nifty featurette in which the cast and crew share their behind-the-scenes stories.

Check it out.

The short featurette focuses on how See took seriously the idea of presenting a world in which people have had to adapt to losing one of their senses. Show so-star Alfre Woodard has previously said that there are more visually impaired or blind people working on See than, “there have ever been on a production.”

See tells the story of a post-apocalyptic world in which a virus has long since eradicated sight. The very idea of being able to see has since become a taboo myth.

You can read my thoughts on episode one of See on Apple TV+ here. I liked it, although it’s probably my least favorite of the three (now four, with Servant) Apple TV+ shows rolling out each week. However, I’ve continued watching it and have found myself enjoying new episodes more than I did the first.

And considering that I’ve so far been really impressed by everything Apple TV+ has put out, placing See in last place is not really a particularly damning appraisal.

What do you think of See? What has been your favorite Apple TV+ show so far? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.