See on Apple TV+ location: Where is See filmed? Where is it set?

 Apple TV+ launches on Friday, November 1 and with it will be plenty of new series viewers will want to binge-watch Among them will be See starring Aquaman himself, actor Jason Momoa. So where is the new series set and where is See filmed Where is See filmed? See was filmed in various locations around Vancouver in Canada  As the series is meant to be set in the wild, Vancouver’s mountains made for the perfect backdrop  Filming for the new show took place between September 2018 and February 2019. Cast and crew for the show ventured to places such as near the Campbell River, Comox and Strathcona Provincial Park  This is not the first time Vancouver has been chosen as a filming location. Aquaman age rating: How old do you have to be to watch Aquaman?  Due to the beauty of the city as well as the beneficial tax breaks given out by the government, Vancouver is an ideal place to film for the entertainment industry  DC Comics’ Arrow, The Flash, DC’s Legend of Tomorrow and Supergirl were all filmed in Vancouver  Both Deadpool films – starring Vancouver’s very own Ryan Reynolds – and Star Trek Beyond were also shot in the city  Momoa is no stranger to Canada either as his Discovery Channel period drama Frontier is shot in Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia and Ontario, and other locations  Emilia Clarke enjoys GOT reunion with Kit Harington and Jason Momoa  Apple TV+’s synopsis says it “is set 600 years in the future after a virus has decimated humankind and rendered the remaining population blind  “When all humanity has lost the sense of sight, humans must adapt and find new ways to survive ” Momoa is an important person in his community but when his wife gives birth to twins with the ability to see, Queen Kane (Sylvia Hoeks) tells the tribe “bring the children to me”, wishing to kill his children  To protect his family, Momoa goes to great lengths to keep his children safe from harm  Aquaman age rating: How old do you have to be to watch Aquaman?  The series was created by Peaky Blinders writer Steven Knight and Hunger Games director Francis Lawrence  See is just one of the new shows to be aired on the new Apple TV+ streaming service which will also launch tomorrow  Other shows including The Morning Show featuring Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon as well as Dickinson will be on the new channel  The service will cost £4.99 a month but will also have a seven-day free trial. 

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