The new Apple TV Plus streaming service is the latest place online to find some , but none can match the imposing bulk of and Khal Drogo himself, Jason Momoa. His new series, , launches Friday, Nov. 1. Reported to have cost $15 million per episode to make, the show is a Game of Thrones-style fantasy where everybody is blind. In addition to Momoa, the show features four-time Emmy winner Alfre Woodard.
Here's what you need to know to start streaming See on Apple TV Plus.
How do I stream See on Apple TV Plus?
All Apple TV Plus programming, including See, is streamed exclusively to subscribers via the iPhones ($815 at Amazon), iPads ($322 at Walmart), Mac computers and the Apple TV ($175 at Amazon) streaming box.. The app is available on pretty much all Apple devices, including
The Apple TV app is also available on select non-Apple TV devices, including:
- streamers and smart TVs
- streamers and (coming soon) smart TVs
- Samsung smart TVs
Subscribers will also be able to watch Apple TV Plus on the web at tv.apple.com.
Sorry, Android owners -- the Apple TV app isn't available on any mobile devices except iPhones or iPads. That means Apple TV Plus subscribers with non-Apple phones will need to stream to their mobiles via the web, rather than in an app.
How much does Apple TV Plus cost?
Apple TV Plus will cost $4.99 (£4.99, AU$7.99) a month and offers a seven-day free trial. Recent buyers of certain Apple products can get a year of Apple TV Plus for free.
Is there a review or trailer I can watch?
Yep. Check out watch it on YouTube.and feast your eyes on the official trailer below or
Who's behind See?
The show was created by Steven Knight, who was nominated for an Oscar for Best Original Screenplay for the film Dirty Pretty Things. Francis Lawrence, director of three of The Hunger Games films, will helm the first three episodes.
Who's in it?
In addition to the aforementioned stars Momoa and Woodard, Apple says that the show "features cast and crew who are blind or have low vision, who helped bring this inclusive and authentic world to life."