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The upcoming fourth season of Amazon series "The Man in the High Castle" will be its last, the streaming service announced this week.

The series, based on the Philip K. Dick novel by the same name, explores an alternate history where the Nazis and Axis powers were victorious in World War II, and stars Alexa Davalos, Joel De La Fuente, Brennan Brown, Chela Horsdal, Jason O’Mara, and Rufus Sewell. Executive producer Isa Dick Hackett -- who is Dick's daughter -- said in a statement that it was "a great privilege ... to bring my father’s classic novel to life, particularly during this tumultuous period in our real world," and promised that "fans will be thrilled and satisfied by the epic conclusion we have in store for them."

According to Amazon Studios, season four of the "The Man in the High Castle" will be "rocked by war and revolution." Production is currently underway on the final episodes, which are set to debut sometime this fall.

For fans who are sad to see the series go, there was a silver lining to Amazon's announcement: More Dick-penned content will be headed their way in the future. Amazon Studios chief Jennifer Salke said in a statement that the streamer would continue its partnership with Dick Hackett's Electric Shepherd Productions to make additional adaptations of Dick's novels. Stay tuned to see which work will be featured next.

[via: Variety]