Jason Momoa and wife Lisa Bonet hit the red carpet at the world premiere of his new Apple TV Plus series See

Jason Momoa and wife Lisa Bonet were all smiles as they hit the red carpet at the world premiere of Momoa's new Apple TV Plus series See.

The 40 year old actor and his 51 year old wife walked hand in hand down the red carpet at the premiere, held at the Regency Village Theatre in Los Angeles on Monday night.

See will be among the first offerings when the Apple TV Plus streaming service launches on November 1. 

All smiles: Jason Momoa and wife Lisa Bonet were all smiles as they hit the red carpet at the world premiere of Momoa's new Apple TV Plus series See

All smiles: Jason Momoa and wife Lisa Bonet were all smiles as they hit the red carpet at the world premiere of Momoa's new Apple TV Plus series See

Hand in hand: The 40 year old actor and his 51 year old wife walked hand in hand down the red carpet at the premiere, held at the Regency Village Theatre in Los Angeles on Monday night

Hand in hand: The 40 year old actor and his 51 year old wife walked hand in hand down the red carpet at the premiere, held at the Regency Village Theatre in Los Angeles on Monday night

Momoa was wearing a shiny rose champagne Tom Ford suit and Louboutin Homme 'red bottom' boots, the actor revealed on his Instagram story.

He also revealed a necklace made by Amie Hertzig (@HighPriestess_OG), which the actor said was, 'a very special gift from my wife.'

He also showed off numerous rings he wore on the red carpet from Leroys Wooden Tattoos, Into the Fire Jewelry, Richard Baggett Studios and Ossua Et Acroamata.

Champagne suit: Momoa was wearing a shiny rose champagne Tom Ford suit and Louboutin Homme 'red bottom' boots, the actor revealed on his Instagram story

Champagne suit: Momoa was wearing a shiny rose champagne Tom Ford suit and Louboutin Homme 'red bottom' boots, the actor revealed on his Instagram story

Gift: He also revealed a necklace made by Amie Hertzig (@HighPriestess_OG), which the actor said was, 'a very special gift from my wife'

Gift: He also revealed a necklace made by Amie Hertzig (@HighPriestess_OG), which the actor said was, 'a very special gift from my wife'

Rings: He also showed off numerous rings he wore on the red carpet from Leroys Wooden Tattoos, Into the Fire Jewelry, Richard Baggett Studios and Ossua Et Acroamata
Rings: He also showed off numerous rings he wore on the red carpet from Leroys Wooden Tattoos, Into the Fire Jewelry, Richard Baggett Studios and Ossua Et Acroamata
Rings: He also showed off numerous rings he wore on the red carpet from Leroys Wooden Tattoos, Into the Fire Jewelry, Richard Baggett Studios and Ossua Et Acroamata

Rings: He also showed off numerous rings he wore on the red carpet from Leroys Wooden Tattoos, Into the Fire Jewelry, Richard Baggett Studios and Ossua Et Acroamata

Bonet was wearing a black suit coat with black wide legged pants  and a number of rope necklaces dangling from her neck, one featuring an eagle spreading its wings.

She also wore large gold hoop earrings, which had small arrows piercing each hoop. 

The actress, who has been with Momoa since 2005 and officially married since 2017, completed her look with a black handbag that she clutched.

Lisa's look: Bonet was wearing a black suit coat with black wide legged pants and a number of rope necklaces dangling from her neck, one featuring an eagle spreading its wings

Lisa's look: Bonet was wearing a black suit coat with black wide legged pants and a number of rope necklaces dangling from her neck, one featuring an eagle spreading its wings

Handbag: The actress, who has been with Momoa since 2005 and officially married since 2017, completed her look with a black handbag that she clutched

Handbag: The actress, who has been with Momoa since 2005 and officially married since 2017, completed her look with a black handbag that she clutched

Momoa's new series See is set in a dystopian future where all of humanity has lost the sense of sight, leaving humanity to adapt in every way.

Momoa plays the lead character named Baba Voss, whose wife gives birth to a set of twins, who, shockingly are born with the gift of sight.

Momoa stars alongside Alfre Woodard, Sylvia Hoeks, Christian Camargo and Nesta Cooper, with the series created by Steven Knight (Peaky Blinders) and the pilot directed by Francis Lawrence (Red Sparrow).

New series: Momoa's new series See is set in a dystopian future where all of humanity has lost the sense of sight, leaving humanity to adapt in every way

New series: Momoa's new series See is set in a dystopian future where all of humanity has lost the sense of sight, leaving humanity to adapt in every way

Lead: Momoa plays the lead character named Baba Voss, whose wife gives birth to a set of twins, who, shockingly are born with the gift of sight
Lead: Momoa plays the lead character named Baba Voss, whose wife gives birth to a set of twins, who, shockingly are born with the gift of sight

Lead: Momoa plays the lead character named Baba Voss, whose wife gives birth to a set of twins, who, shockingly are born with the gift of sight 

While Momoa doesn't have any movie projects slated for release this year, he does star in the highly-anticipated adaptation of Dune, slated for release on December 18, 2020.

He also has an action project in pre-production called Sweet Girl and he is attached to star in a reboot of Sylvester Stallone's Cliffhanger for his The Bad Batch director Ana Lily Amirpour.

The actor is also expected to return as Arthur Curry/Aquaman in an Aquaman 2 sequel for Warner Bros.

Coming soon: While Momoa doesn't have any movie projects slated for release this year, he does star in the highly-anticipated adaptation of Dune, slated for release on December 18, 2020

Coming soon: While Momoa doesn't have any movie projects slated for release this year, he does star in the highly-anticipated adaptation of Dune, slated for release on December 18, 2020

Reboot: He also has an action project in pre-production called Sweet Girl and he is attached to star in a reboot of Sylvester Stallone's Cliffhanger for his The Bad Batch director Ana Lily Amirpour

Reboot: He also has an action project in pre-production called Sweet Girl and he is attached to star in a reboot of Sylvester Stallone's Cliffhanger for his The Bad Batch director Ana Lily Amirpour

Sequel: The actor is also expected to return as Arthur Curry/Aquaman in an Aquaman 2 sequel for Warner Bros
Sequel: The actor is also expected to return as Arthur Curry/Aquaman in an Aquaman 2 sequel for Warner Bros

Sequel: The actor is also expected to return as Arthur Curry/Aquaman in an Aquaman 2 sequel for Warner Bros

See cast: Jason Momoa poses with his See cast Alfre Woodard, Nesta Cooper, Archie Madekwe, Yadira Guevara-Prip, Sylvia Hoeks and Christian Camargo

See cast: Jason Momoa poses with his See cast Alfre Woodard, Nesta Cooper, Archie Madekwe, Yadira Guevara-Prip, Sylvia Hoeks and Christian Camargo

Lauren's look: Lauren Jauregui attends the See premiere in a black leather ensemble

Lauren's look: Lauren Jauregui attends the See premiere in a black leather ensemble

Yadira: Yadira Guevara-Prp rocks a pink dress at the See premiere

Yadira: Yadira Guevara-Prp rocks a pink dress at the See premiere

Hera in red: Hera Hilmar rocks a red dress with a slight train at the See premiere

Hera in red: Hera Hilmar rocks a red dress with a slight train at the See premiere

Archie and Nesta: Archie Madekwe and Nesta Cooper attend the See premiere

Archie and Nesta: Archie Madekwe and Nesta Cooper attend the See premiere

Marilee: Marilee Talkington rocks a little black dress

Marilee: Marilee Talkington rocks a little black dress

Sylvia: Sylvie Hoeks looks elegant in a blue glittery dress

Sylvia: Sylvie Hoeks looks elegant in a blue glittery dress

Alfre's look: Alfre Woodard rocks a red look

Alfre's look: Alfre Woodard rocks a red look 

Jason Momoa and wife Lisa Bonet hit the red carpet at the world premiere of See

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