See is a brand-new fantasy series on streaming platform Apple TV+ starring Game of Thrones actor Jason Momoa but how do you watch the drama online?
The television streaming market just got more crowded after Apple TV+ launched on November 1. The tech firm made its intention to foray into television streaming clear earlier this year after sharing a trailer showcasing its raft of new programming. The jewel in the crown of Apple TV+ is See, an ambitious fantasy drama fronted by Aquaman himself Jason Momoa and written by Peaky Blinders and Taboo creator Steven Knight.
How to watch See on Apple Plus online
You can watch See on Apple TV+ online in a number of ways.
The streaming platform is available to view via its website www.apple.com/uk/apple-tv-plus which can be accessed via a web browser.
Alternatively, See can be watched on several devices including tablets, laptops and mobile phones.
You can sign up to a seven-day free subscription on Apple TV+ with the service costing £4.99 per month thereafter.
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However, if you purchased a new iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, Mac or iPod Touch after September 10 then you have a year’s free subscription to the platform.
See premiered on Apple TV+ on November 1 to coincide with the launch of the platform.
The first three episodes were dropped at once and the remaining instalments will be airing on a weekly basis unlike the Netflix model of mass drops.
Apple TV+ is only going to feature its own original content and won’t have any syndicated content unlike Netflix, Amazon and Hulu.
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Other shows on the platform include The Morning Show starring Jennifer Aniston, Reese Witherspoon and Steve Carrell as well as Dickinson which reimagines the life of the celebrated American poet with Hailee Steinfeld in the title role.
Apple has launched before its rivals Disney Plus, which will be beginning its global roll-out from November 12.
With so many platforms launching, Express.co.uk spoke exclusively to television producer, CEO of production company Abundantia Entertainment and entrepreneur Vikram Malhotra about this new era of television.
He said: “Certainly, the key problems for both platforms is going to be how they are going to sustainably stay relevant to their audience because you’re dealing with a situation where there is an explosion of content on streaming and cable and broadcast and theatres as well.
“So, given this sort of aggressive competition, it’s imperative to be fresh and shiny all the time but at the same time continue being relevant to core audience of that platform.”
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Malhotra went on to say it would be about the selection of content and “consistently getting it right” which would be the deciding factor on which platform would succeed.
Disney’s already established back catalogue of content would “absolutely” help the platform, according to the Malhotra.
He said: “I think they have a huge advantage getting off the starting brick because they have intellectual property and franchise that is recognised for decades all over the world.”
Although existing titles would be a huge start of Disney Plus, Malhotra said they would have to look at creating new content in order to retain and build on subscriber numbers.
He also hailed Apple TV+ which started off with “huge brand value” and an almost “fanatical consumer base” with its services and products which have hit the headlines thanks to queues for the latest iPhone.
Malhotra added: “I think each of them get off the starting block with their own strengths and challenges but have their own unique competitive advantage, so it’s going to be interesting to see.”