Jason Momoa says production wrapped up on See

Aquaman star launches YouTube channel

Aquaman star Jason Momoa says he’s done production on See, an upcoming television series filmed in the Campbell River area.

“And that’s a wrap for this year on See,” the actor said in an Instagram post Sunday.

Momoa stars in the series, which has been described as an “an epic, world-building drama set in the future.”

He’s been spotted around Campbell River in recent weeks.

In the Instagram post on Sunday, Momoa announced that he’s launching a YouTube channel as part of a press tour for Aquaman, a film that’s set to appear in theatres on Dec. 21.

“We’re starting in China, and then I’ll be in London – and some really big surprises – in New York, and then we go to L.A., Manila, Australia and then we end in Hawaii,” he said. “There’s just so many cool moments that I want to share.”

Momoa is best known for his role as Khal Drogo in Game of Thrones.

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