'The Man In The High Castle' Season 3, Latest News & Update: Eric Overmyer Is The New Showrunner; Amazon Prime To Stream Series?

By Carrie Winters - 06 Jan '17 05:30AM
  • 'The Man In The High Castle' Season 3
  • (Photo : Kevin Winter/Getty Images) Amazon has renewed “The Man in the High Castle” for a third season. It also will have Eric Overmyer as the new showrunner to the series.

Amazon has renewed "The Man in the High Castle" for the third season. It also will have Eric Overmyer as the new showrunner of the series.

It can be recalled that Frank Spotnitz was the showrunner of "The Man in the High Castle" for its first season. He left during Season 2 because of a conflict with Amazon Studios. This has caused the production of the series to be shaky.

Right after Spotnitz left halfway through Season 2, executive producers David Zucker and Isa Dick Hackett picked up the job where Spotnitz left off. "The Man in The High Castle" season 2 already streamed on Amazon Prime in December.

According to a report, Amazon has renewed "The Man in The High Castle" for its third season and with a proper showrunner this time. Eric Overmyer and his team are the ones to bring on season 3 and they seem to be doing their job well.

Joe Lewis, Amazon's Head of Comedy and Drama notes that Overmyer and his team are now making stories about the inner lives of those who have lived a different world. He shares that they are doing a great job in getting into the show's storyline.

Meanwhile, it is noted in a report that Overmyer's involvement in "The Man in the High Castle" Season 3 will bring the series further into the future. The 'Bosch' executive producer, Eric Overmyer is going to continue in creating storylines for the show.

The announcement of a new showrunner may mean that "The Man in The High Castle" Season 3 may begin production anytime soon. The previous seasons have been acclaimed by fans and have just concluded the series last month.

"The Man in the High Castle" Season 3 still continues about the story which has been adapted from Philip K. Dick's novel with the same title. The series is rumored to stream on Amazon prime this year.

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