"The Man in the High Castle" Season 2 will not air on Amazon Video until Dec. 16, 2017. However, avid fans who wanted to get an early preview of the new installment may catch the show's panel at the New York Comic Con 2016.
'High Castle' at New York Comic Con 2016
According to The Slanted, Amazon will launch an all-new "The Man in the High Castle" Season 2 trailer at the show's New York Comic Con panel. The network will also introduce an exclusive poster designed by famed Marvel illustrator Rod Reiss.
The show's panel will take place on Saturday, October 8, 1:30pm at the Hammerstein Ballroom. Cast members Alexa Davalos (Juliana Crain), Rufus Sewell (John Smith), Brennan Brown (Robert Childa) and DJ Qualls (Ed McCarthy) will grace the event. Executive producer David Zucker is also expected to spearhead the panel.
In addition to the trailer and poster launch, Amazon will also hold four-day "The Man in the High Castle VR Experience" at the pop culture event. Using the latest in HTC Vive technology, the virtual reality experience will give fans a closer look to the rich and detailed world of the dystopian alternate history drama.
Fans can take advantage of the show's VR experience on Oct. 6-8, 10am-7pm. at the Hall 1E, Booth 1ECC1. It will also be available on Oct. 9 at 10am-5pm. For tickets, fans may check out the New York Comic Con's official website.
'The Man in the High Castle' Season 2 Spoilers
"The Man in the High Castle" is loosely based on the Hugo Award-winning 1962 alternate history novel of legendary sci-fi author Philip K. Dick. The storyline of the Emmy-winning web television series explores on what could have happened if the Nazis and Japanese triumphed in the World War II.
The sophomore season will have 10 episodes. Per Digital Trends, executive producer Isa Hackett revealed at the San Diego Comic Con 2016 that the upcoming season will address the unanswered questions of the show's Season 1 finale. She also added that the new installment will finally reveal the identity of the series' titular character.
Hackett also disclosed that the series will not follow the book verbatim. She explained that the book has been the foundation of the alternate history drama, but they skipped some parts during the first season and incorporated them into the upcoming installment.
The new season will see Juliana dealing with consequences for betraying the resistance. It will also feature the mounting political tensions between Germany and Japan.