It was confirmed at the The Man in the High Castle’s San Diego Comic Con panel that its upcoming fourth season will, indeed, be the last. They also showed a sneak peek from the first episode of season 4 which will premiere November 15 on Amazon Prime. 

Based on Philip K. Dick’s award-winning novel, The Man in the High Castle explores what it would be like if the Allied Powers had lost WWII, and Japan and Germany ruled the United States. The Germans have the East Coast, the Japanese have the West. The two powers balance a tenuous relationship. The series takes place on both sides of the oppressed and occupied country and follow those in power and those in the resistance. Add to that, a multiverse that the Nazi’s want access to so they can continue domination. 

In the third season finale, we had discovered that a traveler can only go to another world in the multiverse if that world’s counterpart was dead. The we see John Smith (Rufus Sewell) shoot Juliana Crain (Alexa Davalos) as she wills herself to disappear. But we did see her fate. Is her counterpart alive? If so, she won’t make it. 

After The Man in the High Castle’s panel at SDCC 2019, we now know her fate. During the panel they showed a sneak peek which reveals that Juliana made it and the first faces she sees are not that comforting. 

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Here’s what we can expect in season 4.

The final season of The Man in the High Castle will be rocked by war and revolution. The Resistance becomes a full-blown rebellion, driven by Juliana Crain’s (Alexa Davalos) visions of a better world. A new Black insurgent movement emerges to fight the forces of Nazism and imperialism. As empires teeter, Chief Inspector Takeshi Kido (Joel De La Fuente) will find himself torn between his duty to his country and the bonds of family. Meanwhile, Reichsmarschall John Smith (Rufus Sewell) will be drawn towards the portal the Nazis have built to another universe, and the tantalizing possibility of stepping through a gateway to the path not taken.



Audrey Kearns