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SDCC: ‘The Terror: Infamy’ Takes the Horror of Internment and Adds the Supernatural

Coming August 12 to AMC, “The Terror: Infamy” is the second in the horror-anthology series that looks at historical events with a supernatural element. A big focus of this show will be based on the Japanese-American experience in internment camps. While everyone knows George Takei from Star Trek, they may not know that he spent several years of his childhood in an internment camp. He was originally brought on the the show as a consultant for that very reason. After working as a consultant, they convinced him to act in it, as well. read more

AMC Announces Details About ‘The Terror’ Season Two

AMC’s The Terror will take on a very different look and feel this season with a new setting and focus outside of the icy confines of the antarctic. This season (with hopefully no connection to the first season of the series) will instead take place during World War II, in what looks to be a Japanese Internment camp.  As if things weren’t bad enough in the camp, a series of strange deaths begin to occur, which motivates one brave individual to seek answers in an attempt to fight off the supernatural presence.

The series stars Derek Mio, Kiki Sukezane, Cristina Rodlo, Shingo Usami, Naoko Mori, Miki Ishikawa, and George Takei.

The Terror: Infamy will premiere on AMC on Monday, August 12 at 9:00 p.m.

George Takei Joins Second Season of ‘The Terror’

Deadline is reporting that George Takei has signed on to join the second season of The Terror. Joining Takei on the AMC series will be Derek Mio, Cristina Rodlo, and James Saito. Josef Kubota Wladyka will direct while Max Borenstein and Alexander Woo handle the writing duties.

Season two of The Terror will focus on the Japanese-American community and be set against the backdrop of World War II.  History buffs will know that specific time period was a dark time for the United States as President Franklin D. Roosevelt forced people of Japanese ancestry to be incarcerated in concentration camps. read more