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Fighting to acclimatize to the strange new world of Nazi New York, Juliana seeks out the one person she thinks she can trust: Joe Blake. Angry and defiant after Juliana's departure, Frank ... See full summary »

Director:

Daniel Sackheim

Writers:

Philip K. Dick (based on the book by), Frank Spotnitz (developed by) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Alexa Davalos ... Juliana Crain
Rupert Evans ... Frank Frink
Luke Kleintank ... Joe Blake
DJ Qualls ... Ed McCarthy
Joel de la Fuente ... Inspector Kido
Brennan Brown ... Robert Childan
Bella Heathcote ... Nicole Dörmer
Callum Keith Rennie ... Gary Connell
Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa ... Nobusuke Tagomi
Rufus Sewell ... John Smith
Rick Worthy ... Lem Washington
Arnold Chun ... Kotomichi
Sebastian Roché ... Reichsminister Martin Heusmann
Cara Mitsuko ... Sarah
Daniel Roebuck ... Arnold Walker
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Fighting to acclimatize to the strange new world of Nazi New York, Juliana seeks out the one person she thinks she can trust: Joe Blake. Angry and defiant after Juliana's departure, Frank is drawn to the Resistance movement and its charismatic leader. Joe confronts his own identity when he finally meets his father.

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Drama | Sci-Fi | Thriller

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Trivia

The name John Smith is the second most common name in the U.S. behind James Smith. John is the second most common first name for males and Smith is the most common surname in the U.S. See more »

Goofs

When Juliana is being evaluated by doctors, she undergoes several x-rays and they are flashed on the screen. The pelvic x-ray is clearly of a male as the silhouette of a penis is visible. See more »

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Edelweiss
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Written by Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II
Performed by Jeanette Olsson
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Getting to know the Reich
17 August 2020 | by zahorskyakos-97981See all my reviews

I cannot express enough how delighted I am with the direction this season chose to follow so far. The higlights of the first season for me were always the worldbuilding bits, which mainly were restrained to the Pacific States. Now to get a look at the Reich through the lens of Juliana in NYC and Joe in Berlin is genius. The pacing is good, just like last episode, if the show can keep up this momentum its been building so far, this season is going to be extraordinary.


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16 December 2016 (USA) See more »

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