What if World War II ended… Differently? What if the Axis won the war? What if America was the reward? Find out the answers to these questions and more on the AFTERBUZZ TV MAN IN THE HIGH CASTLE AFTERSHOW PODCAST, where we break down and analyze every episode of the series. Stick around for news and gossip involving the series, as well as our special segments and predictions!
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"Man in the High Castle' ends the series with questions, hope and death. John Smith has become the Reichsfuhrer of North America after killing off Himmler and threats in Berlin. John learns Martha was most likely murdered which causes him to suspect ... more
Join Bell Blankenship and Rachel Goodman to discuss episode 9 of season 4 where we discuss the EPIC ending in Berlin, Childan and Yukiko's tragic moment on the docks, and our predictions for the season finale. more
Join Bell Blankenship and Rachel Goodman to discuss episode 8 of season 4 of Man in the High Castle where we talk with Rich Ting about what it was like to play Captain Iijima, his personal connection with his character, and what it's like to be Asian... more
The hosts don’t understand the plot and a lot of times they don’t even know the characters names. They are completely unprepared. It’s like they didn’t even watch. Maybe they had the episode on in the other room while they were folding clothes. more
Did we ever hear what happened with the test that Jennifer was supposed to have? That was a big reason that Helen went into the Neutral Zone and it apparently just fell into the portal or something.
I was looking for a good podcast to follow The ‘Man in the High Castle. There are very few. I spent the first season giving this a chance. The girl as host was an idiot no nothing, knew nothing of history and was clueless. I tried to listen to the second season. rNot much better even with a new crew. Folks, don’t waste you time with this. Buzztv, please. You can do better.
I listened to season 1 of this podcast and unfortunately Courtney is a really terrible presenter. Misunderstands obvious plot points, interrupts others constantly, argues with other presenters in “discussions” that make no sense, then turns around and says “of course” when other presenters contradict her with the right info - like she is pretending she knew all along? And did she really condone euthanasia of disabled people during one ridiculous “discussion”. Listen back to yourself to hear how ... more
Courtney makes the podcast hard to listen to. She is passionate about the show but is argumentative and does not seem to know what’s going on.
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The Man in the High Castle Podcast launched 8 years ago and published 29 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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