Amazon Announces First-Ever “Preview Weekend" Featuring “The Man in the High Castle”
Amazon announces its first-ever special “Preview Weekend” of the critically-acclaimed Amazon Original Series THE MAN IN THE HIGH CASTLE. The pilot and second episode of THE MAN IN THE HIGH CASTLE will be available for no-charge at www.amazon.com/maninthehighcastle beginning at 12am PST on Friday, October 23rd and ending at 11:59pm PST on Sunday, October 25th in the US and UK. Following the Preview Weekend, the show’s second episode will available exclusively to all Amazon Prime Members, prior to the season launch of all episodes on November 20th.
Additionally, Amazon Video is making the pilot episode of THE MAN IN THE HIGH CASTLE available to stream through sites including gaming and entertainment hub IGN (from 12am PST on 10/22 to 11:50pm PST on 10/25) and leading lifestyle publisher CraveOnline (from 9:01pm PST on 10/21 to 8:59pm PST on 11/3). The pilot of THE MAN IN THE HIGH CASTLE will also be distributed through multiple Amazon partner pages on Facebook including: Amazon - https://www.facebook.com/Amazon; Amazon Video - https://www.facebook.com/AmazonVideo; Kindle - https://www.facebook.com/kindle; IMDB - https://www.facebook.com/imdb and THE MAN IN THE HIGH CASTLE series page https://www.facebook.com/HighCastleAmazon (from 12am PST on 10/23 to 11:59pm PST on 10/25).
All of the aforementioned will stream the pilot to the public free-of-charge.
The show was developed by Executive Producer Frank Spotnitz, along with Executive Producers Ridley Scott, David Zucker, Isa Dick Hackett and David Semel – who also directs the pilot episode. The series stars Alexa Davlos, Rupert Evans, Luke Kleintank, Rufus Sewell, DJ Qualls, Joel De La Fuente and Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa.
All episodes of THE MAN IN THE HIGH CASTLE launch on Amazon Video November 20th, exclusively for Prime members. Amazon Video can be accessed through the Amazon Video app on TVs, connected devices and mobile devices, or online at Amazon.com/amazonvideo. Prime Video titles can also be downloaded for offline enjoyment—the only subscription streaming service to offer this functionality. Customers who are not already Prime members can sign up for a free trial at Amazon.com/prime.