LONDON, ONT -- Thousands of hopeful extras turned up at the Elgin Centre in St. Thomas on Tuesday morning, all looking for their chance to be a part of a series filming in the area.

The premise behind the Jason Momoa-led Apple TV series ‘See' is that a virus has decimated humankind leaving just a few million people - nearl all without eyesight.

By mid-morning the lineup for the 'go see' wrapped around the entire interior of the mall and then back again - and showed no signs of letting up.

In the line was Jocelyn Dore of London, who has no vision, and auditioned at a friend's encouragement.

"I just think it would be a neat experience. I've never done anything like this before."

That was a common reason for many of the hopefuls in line, as well as to be 'noticed.'

Casting call sheet for 'See'


Producers are expected to cast 600 people to appear as extras - and were looking for previous experience as well as the righ look.

Filming for the series in the St. Thomas area will begin in February and last until July.

- With files from CTV's Justin Zadorsky