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Amazon renews 'The Man in the High Castle' for a second season

The series based on Philip K. Dick's novel will return next year.
Billy Steele
December 18, 2015
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Amazon's Original Series The Man in the High Castle was the retailers most-watched pilot, and it seems the first season was popular was well. The company renewed the show for a second season today, following its opening 10-episode run that debuted on Amazon Prime November 20th. If you're not familiar, The Man in the High Castle is an adaptation of the Philip K. Dick novel of the same name. The story chronicles what life in the US would be like under German and Japanese rule if the Axis Powers had been victorious in World War II.

There's no word on the premiere date for the second season just yet, but it's expected sometime in 2016. The Man in the High Castle follows Transparent and other Amazon original shows that have garnered their fair share of attention as of late, with the latter nabbing both award wins and a quite a few nominations. You'll need a Prime subscription to watch any of the Amazon series, and The Man in the High Castle is worth a look.

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