TV Series | TV-MA | | Drama, Sci-Fi, Thriller
A glimpse into an alternate history of North America. What life after WWII may have been like if the Nazis had won the war.
The man in the Sunshine diner folds an origami unicorn. This is an homage to scene in Blade Runner (1982) (directed by Ridley Scott, producer of this series) which is based on the novel "Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep" by Philip K. Dick (author of "The Man in the High Castle"). ... ...
What is that?
Nazi Police Officer: Oh, that's the hospital.
Joe Blake: The hospital?
Nazi Police Officer: Yeah, Tuesdays, they burn cripples, the terminally ill. Drag on the state.
The total population of both Germany and Japan in 1940 was actually 5 million people less than the total US population. While the history of the series' universe is different than that of reality, besides the US' manufacturing base exceeding both nations, the population difference would have made their ability to conquer the country an impossibility.
The copyright warning at the end of every episode is written in German and Japanese as well as English.
English, German, Japanese
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