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Khal Drogo, aka. Jason Momoa, will star in an epic, futuristic TV series

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By Lindsay MacDonald,

Jason Momoa, has a new gig, and this series sounds even more secretive than Game of Thrones if that's even possible.

TVLine reports that Momoa has been cast as the lead in Apple's new series, See, from Peaky Blinders executive producer Steven Knight. Very few details about the series have been released yet, but it's been described as "an epic, world-building drama set in the future."

Momoa's casting is really our only clue as to what the heck this series is about, and it's about as intriguing as clues get. Momoa will play Baba Voss (doesn't that name just give you Dothraki vibes?), a fearless warrior, leader and guardian. We predict he won't be fighting on horseback this time around, but there's really no telling what kind of futuristic fighting styles this "guardian" will use. Whatever they are, at least we know Momoa and his million and one muscles will undoubtedly look awesome doing it.

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Momoa is best known for his roles on Game of Thrones and Frontier, and he's about to get his own flashy film debut in DC's Aquaman, which is set to premiere on December 21st.

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