Last time we saw “The Man in the High Castle,” our heroine Juliana Crain (Alexa Davalos) disappeared before her captors' eyes, as it was revealed she is a traveller. She is one of those lucky few that can travel between the multiple realities that is this alternate and strange time.

Things really hotted up in season 3 of what is a truly excellent science fiction series, based on Philip K. Dick’s book of the same name. However, Amazon has made the decision to end the series with its fourth season.

‘War and revolution’ in ‘The Man in the High Castle’

Amazon Studios recently released a teaser trailer for the fourth and final season, which is included below. They have said this season is going to be “rocked by war and revolution,” with the Resistance turning into one big rebellion. It seems it will be the “end of all worlds,” which sounds frightening. The fourth season is set to premiere on Amazon Prime in autumn this year.

As mentioned above and noted by Geekspin, Juliana had been captured by the Nazis and things were looking bad for her when she suddenly vanished, travelling to an alternative reality.

Judging from the teaser trailer, we will see that alternative world where she appears with another version of John Smith (Rufus Sewell), who is a high-ranking Nazi officer in the previous reality and an enemy of Juliana.

Admittedly, while Obergruppenführer Smith is the enemy, and as noted by iNews, he still tends to get our sympathies, after he had to send his son off to be euthanized, as he had an incurable disease and was not a “perfect” Arian.

In the new reality, Juliana is even seen dancing with Smith and we hear a voiceover of Smith telling Juliana that she doesn’t have to face anything alone.

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Interesting stuff, indeed!

It makes one wonder – Juliana had initially lost her sister, who reappeared from an alternate reality and then left again. Maybe she will come across her again on the new side of things? Apparently, travellers can only go to another reality where they do not currently exist, which makes sense, if you think of time travel and its paradoxes and all. Enjoy watching the teaser trailer below.

Synopsis of ‘The Man in the High Castle’

For those who haven’t yet binged the first three seasons, the series is based on Dick’s 1962 book and reveals an alternative reality where the Nazis and Japanese Empire had won World War II.

The US had been portioned up between those two superpowers, including a neutral zone as well where revolutionaries tend to hang out.

Mysterious films were uncovered (in the hands of the actual Man of the High Castle) that showed our world as it was at the end of World War II and today. This led to a group called the Resistance starting to fight the occupation, almost 20 years after it happened.

In later seasons it becomes clear that there aren’t just two realities – the real one and the one featured in the series – but more.

This is revealed by the existence of the travellers and the different realities they travel into.

Get ready to stream “The Man in the High Castle” on Amazon Prime at some time this autumn, and if you haven’t already seen the first three seasons, now is the perfect time to catch up.

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