The Man in the High Castle Season 2 just ended. The finale episode was entitled Fallout. Different speculations and reviews about the sophomore season were raised.
This web television series produced by Amazon Studios is set on an alternate year in 1962. It casts the characters Joe Blake, Juliana Crain, John Smith and Frank Frink. One of the most interesting in the world of The Man in the High Castle Season 2 is uncertainty.
The Man in the High Castle Season 2 Review
One of the significant reactions about The Man in the High Castle Season 2 is the lack of realistic view in the series. It can be frustrating just to realize that characters are not strong enough to deliver the right idea, as well as to justify every action. Other reports said that it is okay if the main characters do not have a plan, but it is more frustrating to know if the creative team does not have one either.
As Juliana seeks for asylum in the Reich, this decision, according to A.V. Club report, is an impulsive one. Her actions have reportedly led to new beginnings or new places. Due to this, Juliana also went through a number of battery tests to determine her level of Aryan purity.
Meanwhile, the true believer of Nazi ideology, John Smith, came for Juliana to handle her case. But when the time John arrived, she was rescued already. And in a flash, Juliana establishes her new identity named Julia Mills (from Seattle) back in New York, hoping she could see Joe again.
Unfortunately, she ended up meeting Rita, Joe’s ex. Some episodes were able to stick with John Smith and Juliana Crain as Joe Blake’s ambitious personality usually falters.
Furthermore, the series has been nominated at the 2016 Monte-Carlo Television Festival as Best TV Series Drama and at the 68th Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Awards as Outstanding Special Visual Effects.
The Man in the High Castle Season 2 was composed of ten episodes. It ended airing its Season 2 finale on Dec. 16, 2016, Friday.