Based on the Philip K. Dick novel, the alt-history drama is set in a world where the Axis Powers won World War II. The cast includes Alexa Davalos, Rupert Evans, Luke Kleintank, DJ Qualls, and Rufus Sewell.
Season two of The Man in the High Castle just premiered earlier this month. And while Amazon has not officially renewed the series for a third season yet, Zucker said there are already plans. For one, the next season will answer what happened to Frank [SPOILERS AHEAD]:
It’s unknown. I mean, there are a number of characters who were impacted by that explosion, and the fates of all of them except for those you saw in [episode] 10 are uncertain until we get back.”
Zucker also mentioned that season three will continue to explore John Smith and his role with the Reich:
The final scenes of episode 10 are really to confront the reality of how drastically the world has changed for him personally and for the world itself. What it portends will obviously be the turn we take into season 3, but that is part of what we will be exploring… What a devastating irony for John and his wife that they’ve almost raised too perfect of a Nazi, that Thomas would not consider the effort that they’re making to save his own life.
Later, he added:
With the actions that John has taken, Joe is as unmoored as he was when he started season 2, in many ways. Part of what will be interesting to discover in season 3 is how the power vacuum that now exists in Berlin will [affect the characters] going forward. Obviously, he’s going to have to contend with that.”
What do you think? Do you watch The Man in the High Castle? Have you seen season two yet? Do you want a third season?