Amazon has commissioned the production of the third season of The Man in the High Castle. Eric Overmier, who designed the popular detective "Bosch" for the streaming service, has been appointed executive producer and showrunner for the drama's third season. This is reported by the publication Deadline.
Overmeer took the place previously owned by Frank Spotnitz, who abruptly left the series in the midst of production of the second season due to disagreements that arose between him and Amazon. At that point, no replacement for Spotnitz was sought, and his duties as executive producer and showrunner were taken over by the production team.
Following the success of Season 1 of The Man in the High Castle on Amazon, Season 2 kicked off with record ratings, according to data service.
"Timely as always, exploring the actions of the main characters in the darkest times for humanity, gave us incredible stories in both seasons. Eric and his team are working conscientiously to study the lives of those who fight to win good in a world that is not good, ”Amazon Studios said in a statement.
Second season of the series based on the famous Philip K. Dick's novel, which launched on December 16, 2016, continues to speculate about what would happen if Germany and Japan were victorious in World War II.
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