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The Man In The High Castle Season 4 Release Date Confirmed At SDCC

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The Man in the High Castle season 4 release date has been confirmed by Amazon Prime Video during the show's panel at San Diego Comic-Con 2019. Premiering in 2015, The Man in the High Castle - based on Philip K. Dick's 1962 novel of the same name - quickly became one of the streaming service's most-watched original shows, seeing as it appealed to a wide-ranging audience thanks to its story being rooted in both history and science fiction.

Throughout its seasons, The Man in the High Castle focused on the resistance to the Japanese and Nazis, as well as the Japanese and Nazis coming close to fighting each other, all the while trying to keep the secret of alternate universes out of the hands of the Axis powers. But now, with The Man in the High Castle coming to an end with season 4, everything is starting to mesh together into one final storyline. And thankfully, fans don't have to wait much longer for The Man in the High Castle season 4 to release in order to get their fix.

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Amazon Prime Video announced during the show's panel at San Diego Comic-Con 2019 that The Man in the High Castle season 4 releases on November 15, 2019. Considering that all three previous seasons released in the fall/winter, it makes sense that Amazon would want to retain that release date time frame for the final season. Of course, what exactly happens in the season remains to be seen, but we have some idea at least.

Based on the first teaser trailer for The Man in the High Castle season 4, it's been shown that Juliana Crain (Alexa Davalos) will reunite with the people she left behind when she traveled between worlds in the season 3 finale. And according to the official season 4 synopsis, she'll be driven by these visions of a better world to foster "a new Black insurgent movement to fight the forces of Nazism and imperialism."

Furthermore, The Man in the High Castle season 4 above all needs to resolve the lingering plot threads from both the Japanese and Nazi sides, including the portal that the Nazis built. This is something that John Smith (Rufus Sewell) will most likely continue to explore throughout the final seasons. Regardless of how everything plays out, as well as who lives and who dies, The Man in the High Castle is slated to give fans quite the ride in its final season and, hopefully, go out with quite the finale.

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