‘The Man In The High Castle’ Season 2 Release Date: Sequel To Premiere On Dec. 16, Sees Juliana’s Asylum, Transformation?

Jon MendozaOct 16, 2016 10:51 AM EDT
Amazon/Man In The High Castle"The Man In The High Castle" season 2 is set to premiere on Dec. 16 on Amazon.

New details on the spoilers on "The Man In The High Castle" season 2 have surfaced and as per reports, the series is set to see Juliana's asylum and the character's transformation.

Amazon has released new clips for the show's forthcoming second season. The video suggests that fans are set to have a look at the lead protagonist Juliana, who still tries to escape both the Japanese soldiers and the rebel forces. Then, she ends up on the Nazi's door, as if she is seeking asylum. Following some queries, Juliana is granted her asylum, which is from the Pacific States of America.

According to the show's synopsis, as cited by Christian Times, "The Man In The High Castle" season 2 opens with Juliana as she plunges into the consequences of her choice, which is to turn her back from the Resistance.

Previously, the character let potential Nazi personnel Joe to leave the Pacific States while handling a film intended for the Man in the High Castle. As per the publication, Joe returns a hero to the Reich and he heads to the Nazi capital of Berlin, where he meets his father who left him.

Juliana is set to be dynamic in the series' second season, according to show's actress Alexa Davalos, who plays the character. In her interview with TV Line, Davalos said that Juliana had to be a chameleon in order to survive. The actress also said that the character sees herself in a seriously compromising circumstances, adding that she was in a very surprising place because things had taken a turn.

"The Man In The High Castle" season 2 is set to premiere on Dec. 16 on Amazon.

Watch the trailer here.

 

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