Actor Jason Momoa and actress Alfre Woodard attended the Apple event that happened today at the Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino, California, today to officially announce the launch of See, the television program that Jason has been filming in Canada over the last several months.
Jason Momoa will star in a lead role as Baba Voss, who is a fearless warrior, leader and guardian. The show has been described as “an epic, world-building drama set in the future” and is being written by Stephen Knight and directed by Francis Lawrence. See comes from Chernin Entertainment/ Endeavor Content and will be released as part of Apple’s original programming.
More on the event from CNET:
The show centers on a future where the world is devastated by a virus, leaving humans blind and only a few million survivors.
The drama will touch on how much of the human experience is visual, and aims to get viewers pondering whether a lack of sight would change who they are, Momoa said.
Momoa, star of Aquaman, will play warrior Baba Voss. Woodard will play Paris, an adviser and priestess. The show is written by Stephen Knight and directed by Francis Lawrence.
The announcement of the show comes as a part of Monday. See is just in production for the company.
(You can watch a video of the announcement in the article)
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