Is The Terror cancelled? The Terror Season 3? AMC is weighing up both options.
Speaking to the press, AMC chief Sarah Barnett said she’s “curious” about what a third season of the horror anthology could look like:
“I adore the idea of historical and horror. Horror is such a fantastic metaphorical way to talk about being human and the jagged emotions we feel, it’s wonderful.”
Setting it in such a heightened and particular historical moment that has great stakes, such as internment camps or the north west passage, is really interesting. I’m curious how we can advance that franchise and look at what works. We don’t just want to keep doing the same old thing, what would Season 3 look like?”
Where do you stand: should AMC renew or cancel The Terror Season 3? Stay tuned for the answer…
Renew/Cancel Status: Renewed for Season 3
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About this show:
The second installment in the Ridley Scott-produced anthology series, The Terror: Infamy centers on Chester Nakayama (Derek Mio) and his family as they deal with the effects of WWII on Japanese-Americans while an unsettled spirit - a yurei - terrorizes their internment camp. George Takei (Star Trek), imprisoned in two internment camps as a child, co-stars and serves as a consultant for this season. Featuring a number of cast and crew with deep-rooted connections to the internment of Americans of Japanese ancestry and the aftermath of Hiroshima, The Terror: Infamy also marks the first time the story of internments during WWII have been depicted on such a massive scale for television - from casting to set creation. The Terror: Infamy was co-created and executive produced by Alexander Woo and Max Borenstein.
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