The Man in the High Castle


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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