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    Jason Momoa, left, and Alfre Woodard spoke Monday at an event to announce new Apple products in Cupertino, Calif. Momoa and Woodard will star in the futuristic fantasy series “See.”

Hawaii native and movie star Jason Momoa’s new show, “See,” will debut in the fall as part of Apple’s newly announced lineup of online programming.

The program will be available on Apple TV Plus, which the company announced Monday. The new service, which will include programming by Oprah Winfrey, Steven Spielberg, Jennifer Aniston, Reese Witherspoon, J.J. Abrams and others, is intended to compete with other online producers like Netflix and Hulu.

“See” will be set in a world where people have lost the sense of sight, an event that happened so far in the past that they even question whether it existed. Momoa will play a warrior and a leader named Baba Voss, with Alfre Woodard co-starring as Paris, a priestess and advisor.

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Momoa, born in Nanakuli, had a breakthrough after starring in the popular HBO series “Game of Thrones.” More recently, he starred in the blockbuster “Aquaman.”

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