Ahead of November 1 launch of its video-streaming service, Apple yesterday at Regency Village Theatre in Westwood, California premiered its upcoming sci-fi drama “See”.
Starring Jason Momoa, “See” will also feature actors and actresses such as Alfre Woodard, Nesta Cooper, Archie Madekwe, Hera Hilmar, Yadira Guevara-Prip, Sylvia Hoeks, Christian Camargo and others, many of whom Apple says are blind or have low vision.
Written and created by Steven Knight and directed by Francis Lawrence, ‘See’ takes place in the distant future after a deadly virus decimated humankind. Those who survived emerged blind. Jason Momoa stars as Baba Voss — the father of twins born centuries later with the mythic ability to see — who must protect his tribe against a powerful yet desperate queen who wants the twins destroyed. Alfre Woodard stars as Paris, Baba Voss’s spiritual leader.
Apple’s press machine has been in full swing in the run-up to the official Apple TV+ launch.
The Cupertino tech giant recently held premiers of several major shows that will be available on Apple TV+ beginning November 1, including the sci-fi drama “For All Mankind”. The company is exploring different tactics when it comes to releasing the shows.
“For All Mankind” will launch with first three episodes, then new ones will be released every Friday. Other shows like “Dickinson” will make their entire firsts season available for binge watching. Plus, Apple’s already renewed several shows for second seasons, including “See”.
Apple TV+ is set to debut November 1 with a slate of about ten original TV shows, documentaries, kids series and more. The service will cost five bucks per month with a 7-day free trial. New Apple device purchases get 12 free months of Apple TV+.
Apple TV+ supports subscription sharing with up to six people via the Family Sharing feature. It’ll be available on any device with the Apple TV app and on the web through tv.apple.com.
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