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Witness an alt. timeline with the 1st episode of The Man in the High Castle

10.23.2015
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Based on Philip K. Dick novel of the same name, and executive produced by Ridley Scott, The Man in the High Castle asks what it would be like if the Allied Powers had lost WWII, and Japan and Germany ruled the United States. Starring Rufus Sewell (A KNIGHT'S TALE), Luke Kleintank (MAX) and Alexa Davalos (CLASH OF THE TITANS), this show looks to paint a suspenseful and horrific variation of American in 1962. Boasting some great acting talent and production values, Amazon has made the pilot episode available to watch for free, without any ad interruptions. Now THAT'S how you watch a show! Watch the first episode here and head over to Amazon.com/HighCastle or download the Amazon Instant Video app to stream the second episode.   After this weekend you will have to be an Amazon Prime Member to stream all episode so take advantage while you can. 

TV-MA. This program is specifically designed to be viewed by adults and therefore may be unsuitable for children under 17.

Author Philip K. Dick's stories have provided the backbone for countless Sci-Fi films like BLADE RUNNER, TOTAL RECALL and MINORITY REPORT. It's particularly exciting to see one of his ideas fleshed out in a TV show, as you really have time to dive into the concept and the characters. If this pilot is any indication, it looks as though Amazon has developed one of the most fascinating shows to hit streaming services.

If you enjoyed the pilot, the second episode will be available to all Amazon customers through Sunday, October 25th. If you miss your chance, Amazon Prime members will have access to this episode and the series when it premieres on November 20th.

You can stay up to date with the latest news, pics and clips on the official Facebook page. All 10 episodes of The Man in the High Castle will be available via Amazon Video on November 20, 2015.

Source: Amazon

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8:29AM on 10/23/2015
Love me an alternate history, and WW2 is your classic pivotal point for the genre.
This has potential to be a cool show, but in reality I doubt Germany would have wanted to share power with the Japanese if they'd conquered the US and vice versa. Occupation of something as massive as the US would be major ball-ache however they've explained it.
Love me an alternate history, and WW2 is your classic pivotal point for the genre.
This has potential to be a cool show, but in reality I doubt Germany would have wanted to share power with the Japanese if they'd conquered the US and vice versa. Occupation of something as massive as the US would be major ball-ache however they've explained it.
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