It's super brief. But it exists.
It's just nice to see that Amazon hasn't forgotten about "The Man in the High Castle."
The first episode of the dystopian series -- based on the 1962 novel by Philip K. Dick -- came out in January 2015. The rest of Season 1 arrived in November 2015. Season 2's 10 episodes streamed December 2016.
Amazon gave Season 3 a green light in January 2017, announcing that Eric Overmyer ("Bosch") would be the new showrunner, replacing Frank Spotnitz, who made a sudden departure in the middle of Season 2 production.
That was a year and a half ago.
Now, Amazon has finally given us this brief #ResistanceRises tease for Season 3, along with a premiere date of "fall":
Fans reminded the streamer that they've been waiting a looooong time for this:
According to Deadline, "The Man in the High Castle" broke streaming records for Amazon in Season 1, and Season 2 premiered with the most viewers over its debut weekend of all scripted Amazon Original Series.
So getting Season 3 to fans has to be a priority. But we'll still have to wait a bit longer for a more specific premiere date.
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