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Posted Friday 10/05/18 at 10:26PM EDT
The Man in the High Castle returns after a two-year hiatus largely unchanged
Source: The A.V. Club
The Season 3 premiere of the Amazon series is largely the same after production turmoil left the series without a showrunner for much of the second season, says Scott Von Doviak. "Clocking in at an hour and nine minutes, the super-sized season premiere wastes no time in checking in with nearly all of the major characters, scattered around the globe though they are," he says. "A pre-credits sequence in which Juliana and an armed band of resistance fighters pull off an ambush gets us off to a suitably ambiguous start. Is this our Juliana or a version from an alternate Earth? If she is the Juliana we know, when and where is this happening?"
Posted Thursday 8/23/18 at 1:52PM EDT
The Man in the High Castle unveils its Season 3 trailer
The Amazon series "fights for a better tomorrow" when it returns Oct. 5.
Posted Saturday 7/21/18 at 9:16PM EDT
Amazon renews The Man in the High Castle for Season 4 and announces a Season 3 premiere date
The alternate-reality drama used Comic-Con to drop a Season 3 trailer, a poster, an Oct. 5 premiere date and announce an early renewal for Season 4.
Posted Wednesday 7/11/18 at 9:21PM EDT
Amazon teases The Man in the High Castle's return
Season 3 premieres some time this fall.
Posted Thursday 3/22/18 at 1:53PM EDT
Kelly Macdonald to star in BBC's legal drama The Victim
The Boardwalk Empire alum has climbed aboard the four-part series from The Man In The High Castle writer Rob Williams.
Posted Thursday 3/15/18 at 3:05PM EDT
Amazon spent $107 million on The Man in the High Castle Season 2 and 1.3 million watched Transparent Season 3, internal documents reveal
The Amazon documents obtained by Reuters also found that the company has a total of 26 million U.S. Amazon Prime viewers. The documents also found that Good Girls Revolt had a U.S. viewership of 1.6 million but cost $81 million to make. While Season 2 of The Man in the High Castle topped $100 million, Season 1 cost $72 million and only attracted 1.15 new subscribers worldwide. "Amazon calculated that the show drew new Prime members at an average cost of $63 per subscriber," according to Reuters.
Posted Wednesday 2/28/18 at 5:47PM EST
Charmed reboot casts The Man in the High Castle's Rupert Evans
It's unclear whether Evans' casting -- as a professor named Harry -- would impact a potential fourth season of his Amazon series. Evans already wrapped filming The Man in the High Castle's third season.
Posted Tuesday 10/17/17 at 5:29PM EDT
Amazon programming chief Roy Price resigns days after he was accused of sexual harassment
Source: The Hollywood Reporter
Price’s resignation as head of Amazon Studios comes five days after The Man in the High Castle executive producer Isa Hackett detailed the “shocking and surreal" experience of allegedly being sexually harassed at the 2015 Comic-Con in an interview with The Hollywood Reporter. Price was suspended a few hours after the story was published.
Posted Thursday 10/12/17 at 8:28PM EDT
Amazon programming chief placed on leave after The Man in the High Castle producer accuses him of sexual harassment
Amazon said Amazon Studio chief Roy Price is “on leave of absence effective immediately” after sex harassment allegations were made public this afternoon by Isa Hackett (pictured), executive producer of The Man in the High Castle and the daughter of author Philip K. Dick (whose 1962 novel inspired the Amazon series). Hackett, speaking to The Hollywood Reporter in wake of the Harvey Weinstein scandal, said that Price kept repeatedly and insistently propositioning her during a cab ride at 2015 Comic-Con, telling her: “You will love my d*ck.” Hackett says she immediately told two people of the alleged incident, which The Hollywood Reporter confirmed. Price, through a spokesperson, declined to comment on the accusation before his suspension.
Posted Wednesday 10/04/17 at 10:47PM EDT
Here are the most popular shows on Netflix, Hulu and Amazon, according to one analyst
Source: The Hollywood Reporter
Parrot Analytics used “demand expression” to determine that each streaming service's top show is, respectively Narcos, The Handmaid’s Tale and The Man in the High Castle.