The Man In The High Castle will return for a new season at the end of the year
When will The Man in The Hight Castle season 3 be released on Amazon?
The Philip K Dick adaptation broke Amazon Prime streaming records with the release of its second season, so it comes as no surprise that it has already been renewed for another run.
Seasons one and two debuted in November 2015 and December 2016, so our guess is that the new instalments will likely debut at the end of this year.
Eric Overmyer joins the series as showrunner after creator Frank Spotnitz quit mid way through production on season two.
What will happen?
The Emmy Award-winning series is a chilling vision of 1960s America where the Allies lost World War II.
In the show’s version of history, the US was split into two powers after the war – the Greater Nazi Reich and the Japanese Pacific States.
Frank's fate is uncertain
Tagomi visited an alternate world in season two
Season two branched out from the alternate US and visited Nazi-ruled Germany, but Luke Kleintank, who plays Joe Blake, has revealed that season three will expand its scope even further.
“We’re showing more of the world and slowly putting in pieces of that," he told Bustle. "I’m surprised and intrigued to see how all that just opens up a whole new Pandora’s box."
Bella Heathcote, who plays Nicole Dörmer, has said that she wants her character “to find a way to be a feminist under the regime, to try and change the regime from within".
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The season two finale left many questions unanswered that the new season will need to address, including Frank’s final fate and the Man’s plan for Julianna.
After Tamogi had a vision of what life would be like had the Allies won, the Pacific trade minister could become a high-level spy to avoid mutual destruction – especially now that Lem has given him Hawthorne Abendsen’s films.