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The Man in the High Castle

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An alternate history drama in which the Axis powers won World War II.

Adapted from the 1962 Philip K. Dick novel of the same name, this dystopian drama takes place in an alternate history where the United States has lost World War II and has been partitioned into three zones: a Japanese-occupied west coast, a Nazi-controlled east coast, and a neutral buffer zone that separates the two.

Comments (7)

michael dobey
Posted 01/03/17 at 10:21:22

A very GOOD show. Cheers to Amazon for renewing this yet again. And I agree that telling us you never watched it. MAKES no sense. You are not even addressing the show because you have not watched it and that's lame.
Samantha
Posted 12/27/16 at 17:22:12

Why even bother to make a comment "never watched, never will" because I don't see the point. I think it is a very good show with good actors.
monk_juice
Posted 12/16/16 at 20:07:33

never watched, never will
RaymondTekker
Posted 04/14/16 at 22:42:47

I might have given up on this, but I expect it to get better, with an awesome conclusion, being that the novel is so popular. Yet 11.22.63 wasn't that great and Outlander was a huge buzz kill.
Jim
Posted 01/02/16 at 15:06:43

Wow!
mak
Posted 12/20/15 at 11:30:12

best show ever
Dirk VH
Posted 12/19/15 at 04:41:24

Now here is the most interesting series I came across in a long time. Very curious to see where they take it!
They could have made it simple but they chose to take the scenic route, trying to convey the feel of the culture in an Nippon and Nazi controlled US.

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Cast

Alexa Davalos (Juliana)
Rupert Evans (Frank)
Luke Kleintank (Joe)
DJ Qualls (Ed)
Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa (Nobusuke)
Rufus Sewell (John)
Joel de la Fuente (Kido)