An exclusive The Terror: Infamy clip shows Chester and Luz at a turning point in their relationship, one that pushes them closer to evil forces.
The Terror's two seasons are horror period pieces, which means an expansive array of jaw-dropping costumes!
How does The Terror: Infamy connect to The Terror season 1? The AMC series' supernatural ghost stories allows for chilling historical commentaries.
The Terror: Infamy blends the true story of Japanese American internment camps with a supernatural tale of ghosts from Japanese folklore.
Look closely in the background of The Terror: Infamy's first episode and you'll see a creepy hidden ghost following Chester along the dock.
The Terror: Infamy delivers a different kind of horror story as AMC’s anthology series examines a shameful moment in American history.
The Terror utilizes the failed expedition of Sir John Franklin to tell a terrifying story of survival. Not all of it is historically accurate though.
The Terror: Infamy gets a trailer for SDCC 2019 that reveals more about the evil spirit following protagonist Chester Nakayama (Derek Mio).
The second trailer for The Terror: Infamy teases the next step in AMC’s new horror anthology, one with a shape-shifting entity at its center.
San Diego Comic Con 2019 is almost here and AMC is planning a strong lineup for the event featuring both The Walking Dead and Preacher.
AMC releases a trailer for The Terror season 2 (aka. Infamy), which will explore a horror story set in a WWII Japanese-American internment camp.
AMC officially announces a summer 2019 premiere date for The Terror season 2 (aka. The Terror: Infamy) and releases the first-look images.
As AMC’s new anthology series, The Terror, prepares its second season, Star Trek alum George Takei joins the cast and takes on a role as consultant.
After the success of the first season, AMC orders season 2 of The Terror, setting the next story in the anthology during World War II.
AMC's acclaimed survival horror series The Terror may continue as an anthology show, but showrunners Soo Hugh and David Kajganich would not be back.
AMC’s The Terror offers a chilling, but slow-moving tale that plays at becoming horror but is mostly interested at ramping up the tension.