The Apple event, with the main star was the introduction of the new iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max has ended. But besides the main star, there were a lot of other things that we should take a closer look into. One of these things was the introduction of the totally new TV series originally by Apple – See - for the Apple TV Plus streaming service.

Jason Momoa in the series See

Although See is a pretty simple name for a TV series (or for any kind of content at all), it has a deep meaning underneath. This TV series’ background is set in a far far away future, but this is not cyberpunk or modern future we all dream of. In this future, there are little humans left alive, due to a deadly virus that has killed the majority of mankind before. The few that survived the virus are blind, and their children cannot see as well.

Despite being blind, Jason Momoa still looks cool in the series

But things start to change when a chieftain named Baba Voss – starred by the Aquaman Jason Momoa – gives birth to a twin century after the deadly virus apocalypse. This twin can see everything clearly at birth, and that can be counted as a superpower or dark magic of evil witches. That is why a Queen wants to destroy the kids, as they are the direct threat to her power. Baba Voss must protect his children from the evil Queen and her army.

The evil queen

This TV series’ writer is Steven Knight, who has written the famous series Peaky Blinders. The director of the series is Francis Lawrence, who has directed the famous movie I Am Legend in 2007 and three final films of the Hunger Games series (Catching Fire and Mockingjay Parts 1 and 2). Judging from the cast, writer and director, this looks to be a promising TV series.

This series will be officially on air on November 1st this year on Apple TV Plus (this streaming service is officially launched on November 1st too). Apple TV Plus will charge you $4.99 dollars a month for the subscription fee, and you can log on to this streaming service from iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, iPod touch, Mac, and other platforms.