Apple's new streaming service Apple TV+ will launch November 1 with a slate of original content, including the Jason Momora-starrer See.
Apple TV+ will debut Nov. 1 and retail at $4.99 per month, according to published reports. The service will feature new shows every month and new shows every month and will be available in 100 countries at launch.
Among the new shows set to premiere on Apple TV+ is See, a drama which takes place in a future where a deadly virus has left blind all surviving humans. Momora (Aquaman) stars as the father of twins born centuries later with the mythic ability to see, and who must be protected from those who believe that their ability to see is a form of witchcraft, said Apple.
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