Jason Momoa's brand new show looks like it'll fill the 'Game of Thrones' void in our lives

Jason Momoa's brand new show looks like it'll fill the 'Game of Thrones' void in our lives

Popular streaming services like Netflix and Hulu are about to face even more competition from the following upcoming streaming platforms: Disney+, HBO Max, Apple TV+.

Apple TV+, which is set for a fall release, is looking particularly promising - mostly because none other than top Hollywood hunk Jason Momoa is starring in one of the platform's new series. A series which looks like it might just fill the Game of Thrones void in our lives.

The first season reportedly cost a staggering $15 million per episode, a budget that Game of Thrones only reached in its season finale.

In any case, the ten-episode first season of See will introduce viewers to a post-apocalyptic future in which all of humanity is blind.

Take a look at the trailer for Apple TV's brand new series, See:

Here's the show's fascinating official synopsis:

"In the far future, a virus has decimated humankind. Those who survived emerged blind. Jason Momoa stars as Baba Voss, the father of twins born centuries later with the mythic ability to see - who must protect his tribe against a powerful yet desperate queen who believes it’s witchcraft and wants them destroyed. Alfre Woodard (Captain America: Civil War) also stars as Paris, Baba Voss' spiritual leader."

Watch Jason Momoa shave his signature beard to promote the use of aluminium cans over plastic bottles:

If you're wondering how much it will cost you to stream the show, well, Apple has announced that its streaming service will cost just $5 a month, after a seven-day free trial, or a one-year free trial for customers who have purchased a new iPhone, iPad, or Apple TV.

See aside, there are plenty of other projects to look forward to, most notably, The Morning Show (starring Jennifer Aniston, Reese Witherspoon and Steve Carell).

See premieres on Apple TV+ on the same date that the streaming service launches: Friday 1 November.