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The Man in the High Castle is an American television series depicting a dystopian alternate history. Created by Frank Spotnitz, the series is produced by Amazon Studios, Scott Free Productions, Headline Pictures, Electric Shepherd Productions and Big Light Productions.[1] The series is based on the 1962 novel of the same name by Philip K. Dick.[2] In the alternative 1962, the Axis powers have won World War II and divided the United States into the Greater Nazi Reich, comprising more than half of the eastern part of the continent and the Japanese Pacific States to the west. These territories are separated by a neutral zone that encompasses the Rocky Mountains. The series follows characters whose destinies intertwine after they come into contact with a series of propaganda films that show different histories.[3]


  • Alexa Davalos -as- Juliana Crain
  • Rupert Evans -as- Frank Frink
  • Luke Kleintank -as- Joe Blake
  • DJ Qualls -as- Ed McCarthy
  • Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa -as- Nobusuke Tagomi
  • Rufus Sewell -as- John Smith
  • Joel de la Fuente -as- Chief Inspector Takeshi Kido
  • Brennan Brown -as- Robert Childan
  • Callum Keith Rennie -as- Gary Connell
  • Bella Heathcote -as- Nicole Dörmer


Season 1[]

1. The New World
2. Sunrise
3. The Illustrated Woman
4. Revelations
5. The New Normal
6. Three Monkeys
7. Truth
8. End of the World
9. Kindness
10. A Way Out

Season 2[]

1. The Tiger's Cave
2. The Road Less Traveled
3. Travelers
4. Escalation
5. Duck and Cover
6. Kintsugi
7. Land O' Smiles
8. Loose Lips
9. Detonation
10. Fallout

Season 3[]

1. Now More Than Ever, We Care About You
2. Imagine Manchuria
3. Sensô Kôi
4. Sabra
5. The New Colossus
6. History Ends
7. Excess Animus
8. Kasumi (Through the Mists)
9. Baku
10. Jahr Null

Season 4[]

1. Hexagram 64
2. Every Door Out...
3. The Box
4. Happy Trails
5. Mauvaise Foi
6. All Serious Daring
7. No Masters But Ourselves
8. Hitler Has Only Got One Ball
9. For Want of a Nail
10. Fire from the Gods