The complete guide to binge-watching 'The Man in the High Castle' |


The complete guide to binge-watching The Man in the High Castle

To help you with your binge — at whatever speed — we've gathered all of EW's coverage in one handy spot.

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EW has your back with The Man in the High Castle, which landed on Amazon Nov. 19. If you’re just preparing to watch the show, catch up on our coverage leading up to the premiere. If you’re binge-watching, return to this page to find links to recaps for all 10 episodes, as well as postmortems with creator Frank Spotnitz, who offers in-depth discussions of the myriad characters and plots in this dark, thoughtful, and visually stunning, alternate-history thriller. Happy binge-watching!

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Before you binge

Inside the world of The Man in the High Castle, a chilling thriller set in an alternate history
Read our first look at the show, from our Fall TV Preview issue.

The Man in the High Castle: EW review
Jeff Jensen gave the series at B+.

Creator Frank Spotnitz talks the series’ “chilling” themes
Spotnitz spoke in-depth about what to expect from the show.

Ridley Scott talks turning Philip K. Dick’s The Man in the High Castle into a TV series
Scott serves as an executive producer to the show and remembers meeting Dick while making Blade Runner, another Dick adaptation.

Here’s everything you need to know about The Man in the High Castle before you binge, according to the show’s cast and EP
Spotnitz and cast members Alexa Davalos, Luke Kleintank, Rupert Evans, Rufus Sewell, and Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa give us the lowdown on the major players. 

Philip K. Dick’s daughter wants The Man in the High Castle to be the Blade Runner of television
Isa Dick Hackett, also an EP on the show, talks to EW about her father’s 1962 novel, on which the series is based.

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While you’re watching

This is how The Man in the High Castle pulled off that opening Times Square shot
Production designer Drew Boughton and pilot director Dave Semel dissect the VFX sequence that begins the series.

Follow EW’s recaps of each episode below. Each episode will be linked when the recap goes live on the site.

Episode 1, “The New World”
Episode 2, “Sunrise”
Episode 3, “The Illustrated Woman”
Episode 4, “Revelations”
Episode 5, “The New Normal”
Episode 6, “Three Monkeys”
Episode 7, “Truth”
Episode 8, “End of the World”
Episode 9, “Kindness”
Episode 10, “A Way Out”

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After your binge (or during!)

Read creator Frank Spotnitz’s thoughts on writing and developing each episode’s major story lines. Each postmortem, like the recaps, will be linked here when they’re live. 

Episode 1 postmortem, “The New World”
Episode 2 postmortem, “Sunrise”
Episode 3 postmortem, “The Illustrated Woman”
Episode 4 postmortem, “Revelations”
Episode 5 postmortem, “The New Normal”
Episode 6 postmortem, “Three Monkeys”
Episode 7 postmortem, “Truth”
Episode 8 postmortem, “End of the World”
Episode 9 postmortem, “Kindness”
Episode 10 postmortem, “A Way Out”