Game of Thrones and Aquaman star Jason Momoa is back with a new post-apocalyptic drama series See. The series takes place in the distant future after a virus killed most of humankind and left those who survived blind. Momoa plays Baba Voss, whose wife Maghra, played by Hera Hilmar, gives birth to two children with the ability to see. He then must protect his tribe against a powerful queen who is desperate to destroy his children. Written and created by Steven Knight and directed by Francis Lawrence, See debuted during Halloween, right on the launch of Apple TV+. For related content, check this list of movies and TV series on the new streaming service!
Did you know that Jason Momoa thinks his upcoming Apple TV series See is better than Game of Thrones? Okay, he didn't explicitly say that one is better than the other. Yet, when you take a closer look at his recent Instagram posts, you'd get the feeling he's had a blast working on See more than on any other show. In those posts, Momoa a.k.a Khal Drogo called See his favorite acting job and "the greatest thing I've worked on." Try reading between the lines, and it seems he's putting it above all his projects.
Alright, in case you weren't aware, Momoa has had quite a few movies and TV series under his belt. This includes Aquaman, which by the way, is Warner Bros.'s first billion-dollar-plus DC comics hit. But FYI, it was actually Game of Thrones that pushed him to the spotlight. Well, at least to some of his followers. So, it doesn't come as a surprise that many GoT fans got riled up when he expressed such sentiment. But you have to admit, See does look promising, although we cannot compare it with GoT yet. After all, the man behind this show is Steven Knight, who's also taking the helm at Peaky Blinders. If you haven't seen that show, you better do yourself a favor and check it out on Netflix now. Also, See features blind and low-vision cast, crew, and consultants. Now, that's the kind of inclusivity we wanna see (no pun intended) on our screens, right?
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