Jason Momoa, a star of the Apple TV+ Series ‘See’ has been given a straight-to-series order to write, produce and star in a new Apple Series titled “Chief of War.”
The “Chief of War,” is an eight-episode Apple drama series, that tells the epic and extraordinary story of Hawaii’s unification and colonization from an indigenous perspective.
Momoa, a 42-year-old man, was born in Honolulu, Hawaii, and this will be his first experience writing for television with the Chief of War.
The famous Thomas Pa’a Sibbett, Francis Lawrence, Peter Chernin, Jenno Topping, Erik Holmberg, and Doug Jung are among the other executive producers. The series’ showrunners will be Holmberg and Jung.
Pa’a Sibbett will collaborate with Momoa on the script. While Endeavor Content and Chernin Entertainment are in charge of the production.
This is not the first time Momoa has teamed up with Apple. The Aquaman star is also collaborating with the streamer on the third season of See, which was just renewed for a third season.
Alfre Woodard, Sylvia Hoeks, Hera Hilmar, and Christian Camargo all-star in the science fiction drama. Momoa will be seen in the next film The Last Manhunt, which he also co-wrote with Pa’a Sibbett.
Momoa is recognized for his performances in movies such as “Game of Thrones” and “Frontier,” as well as films such as “Aquaman,” “Justice League,” “Lost Kingdom,” “Dune,” and “The Bad Batch.”
By March 17, 2023, the DC flick will be released in theaters. But that’s not all Momoa has planned for the future. He’s also a part of the Fast & Furious 10 cast.
Chief of War marks the second Apple series that is led by Momoa. He currently stars in See, a post-apocalyptic film in which practically all of humanity’s surviving senses have been lost. The drama has already received a third season renewal. Stay connected with Techgenyz for more information on the release date.