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Apple’s Post-Apocalyptic Series ‘See’ Looks Beautiful: See the Trailer & Photos

During the Apple September Event today, Tim Cook unveiled a new post-apocalyptic series starring Jason Momoa coming to Apple TV+. We’d seen teasers before, but this was the first time we saw a full-length trailer and it looks phenomenal. The show will be on Apple TV+, which costs $4.99 a month and launches on November 1. It’s not clear if the new series will also launch on November 1, but it likely won’t be too much longer until we get to see it. The trailer for the new series is at the end of this article. 

Apple's new post-apocalyptic series, See, is beautiful and packed with mythology. Click to Tweet

The new series is about a world where humans no longer have sight. It takes place 100 years in the future, and mythology supposes that sight was taken away in order to heal the Earth. But now sight is returning for the first time and some people want the sighted killed so they don’t destroy the Earth again.

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The scenery looks absolutely stunning.

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One character says in the trailer: “The evil of sight almost destroyed the world and now it has returned.”

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But others believe the children will bring knowledge to begin a new world and it’s a chance for a new start.

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I can’t wait to see what life is like in a post-apocalyptic, post-sight world.

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How would losing sight affect humanity?

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Honestly, this looks like a really intriguing show. It has a great cast and a strong mythology with a lot of action.

Here’s the trailer, shared by a fan who watched the Apple event today.

I’m intrigued to see what the series is like.

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Hi! I'm Sara Lynne. Fan of the apocalypse, the post-apocalypse, and the dystopian. I kinda relate to things getting dark.

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