Apple Shares Featurette on the Creation of Apple TV+ Show 'See'

Apple this evening shared a behind the scenes look on how the world behind one of its new Apple TV+ shows, "See," was created.

"See" is one of the ‌Apple TV‌+ launch shows, starring Jason Momoa and Alfre Woodard. It features a postapocalyptic setting where much of the world has been wiped out by a virus, and the survivors are all blind.


Enough time has passed that sight has become a myth, and it is forbidden to speak of, though two children are born with the capability.

The video features Francis Lawrence, who directed the series, talking about how the buildings and environments in "See" were constructed. The "See" crew had a team of advisors who are blind providing instruction on everything from how buildings would be built to how people would live and interact.

‌Apple TV‌+ is available for $4.99 per month or $49.99 per year, but Apple has also made it available for free to everyone who purchased an ‌Apple TV‌, Mac, iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad after September 10, 2019.

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2 weeks ago
Hopefully Apple will do a musical next with all deaf people. Call it Hear.
Rating: 19 Votes
2 weeks ago
For me the only reason to watch this show now is to a) spot all its goofs and b) see all the unorthodox ways the Queen can pray.
Rating: 5 Votes
2 weeks ago


Honestly, this show is fantastic! Say what you want, but I think the attention to detail is more that any of us realize.


I wish they'd paid a little attention to the detail that a group of blind humans own their own in the wild is nothing more than food for the predator species. A more honest name for the series would have been "Prey", or maybe just "Snack Time". I can't suspend that disbelief enough to take this show seriously enough to watch.
Rating: 5 Votes
2 weeks ago
"See" certainly seems to be doing better than initial reviews indicated.

Turns out people actually can watch these shows and decide if it's good for themselves.
Rating: 5 Votes
2 weeks ago
I couldn’t get further than a third of the way through the second episode. Found it overwhelmingly boring and pretentious and just plain dumb.
Rating: 5 Votes
2 weeks ago
We have plenty of TV shows and movies already that show sighted people performing fight sequences that no person could ever actually perform, so I don’t know why people are getting so bent out of shape about one show where blind people perform fight sequences no actual blind person could perform.
Rating: 3 Votes
2 weeks ago
Honestly, this show is fantastic! Say what you want, but I think the attention to detail is more that any of us realize.
Rating: 3 Votes
2 weeks ago


Episode 4 got me by surprise. I truly didn’t expect THAT.


You didn’t see it coming?
Rating: 3 Votes
2 weeks ago
I’d feel embarrassed for having let this show “see” the light of the day.
Rating: 3 Votes
2 weeks ago


I wish they'd paid a little attention to the detail that a group of blind humans own their own in the wild is nothing more than food for the predator species. A more honest name for the series would have been "Prey", or maybe just "Snack Time". I can't suspend that disbelief enough to take this show seriously enough to watch.

I only watched it for Jason mamoa and the fact that it’s a new original concept but yes. Through out every single episode I was turning over to my wife like “but how would they even? That doesn’t make sense. They’re blind!” About a billion different times. Even when you suspend disbelief, it’s a hard concept.
But after the second episode it got pretty interesting. The idea of the kids being grown up and they are the only ones that can see in a society that is totally blind was really cool. I appreciate it for its originality
Rating: 2 Votes

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