Apple has put together some big names to launch its streaming service, including Aquaman and Khal Drogo himself, Jason Momoa. His new series "See" starts with Apple TV Plus on November 1
st. According to reports, the production cost 15 million US dollars per episode. The broadcast is in a "distant future after a deadly virus has decimated humanity," says Apple. "Those who survived appeared blind, Jason Momoa plays Baba Voss – the father of twins born centuries later with the mythical ability to see – and who must protect his tribe from a powerful but desperate queen, the wants to destroy the twins. "
In addition to Momoa, the show features Alfre Woodard as Paris, "Baba Voss & # 39; Spiritual Guide".
Here's what you need to know to start streaming. See on Apple TV Plus
How do I stream content to Apple TV Plus?
Apple's program will be available on all Apple devices with the new Apple TV app .
In addition, Apple TV Plus is expected to be available on some competitors' devices. Apple's TV app is available on Samsung smart TVs and is expected to be available this year on Roku, Fire TV sets from Amazon ($ 39 on Amazon) and Smart TVs from Sony, LG and Vizio be. Subscribers can also view Apple TV Plus on the internet at tv.apple.com.
However, the Apple TV App is only available for iPhones ($ 699 on Amazon) or iPads ($ 325 on Walmart) . This means that Apple TV Plus subscribers who do not have Apple phones need to stream to their phones over the web instead of through an app.
How much does Apple TV Plus cost?
Apple TV Plus costs $ 4.99 per month and offers a free seven-day trial. Newer buyers of certain Apple products will receive Apple TV Plus for a year free of charge.
Is there a trailer I can watch while I wait for November 1st?
Yes, there is. Check out the official trailer below or watch it on YouTube.
Who is behind the lake?
The show was created by Steven Knight, who was nominated for the movie Dirty Pretty Things as the best original screenplay. Francis Lawrence, director of three films from The Hunger Games, will lead the first three episodes.
Who is in it?
In addition to the aforementioned stars Momoa and Woodard, Apple states that the show features "actors and crew members who are blind or visually impaired and have helped to bring this inclusive and authentic world to life."