AMC unveiled a brand new trailer for The Terror: Infamy at San Diego Comic-Con 2019. While it was initially meant to serve as a restricted collection primarily based on Dan Simmons’ 2007 novel of the identical identify, The Terror was an sudden hit for the community final 12 months, and has since been transformed into an anthology. The present’s second season will not characteristic any returning solid members or characters from the primary, however it’ll proceed to discover comparable themes via the lens of a narrative that mixes actual historical past with fictional horror.

Titled The Terror: Infamy, season 2 will observe Chester Nakayama (Derek Mio), a younger Japanese-American man whose neighborhood – within the wake of the Peal Harbor assaults and U.S. becoming a member of WWII – is compelled from their properties in Southern California into internment camps. Eventually, Chester comes to understand that he and his family members are additional being haunted by a supernatural, shape-shifting creature that threatens all of their lives. Now, some extra plot particulars have been delivered to mild, due to the present’s newest bit of promoting.

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Amidst all the things else occurring at SDCC this previous weekend, AMC launched a brand new trailer for The Terror: Infamy in connection to the occasion. You can test it out within the house beneath.

Among different issues, the brand new Infamy preview reveals that Chester is making an attempt to make a residing as a photographer when he first discovers {that a} sinister specter is just not solely after him and his neighborhood, however can observe them irrespective of the place they go. And whereas the season’s previous trailers highlighted the monster’s capability to alter its kind, the SDCC promo focuses in on what occurs when the depraved spirit begins possessing completely different folks, particularly after Chester and the others are despatched to their internment camp. It’s a reasonably unsettling setup and speaks effectively to what Infamy creators Max Borenstein (Kong: Skull Island) and Alexander Woo (True Blood), in addition to Narcos helmsman Josef Kubota Wladyka (who oversaw the primary two episodes), have in retailer for their viewers right here.

Overall, The Terror: Infamy continues to appear to be a worthy continuation of The Terror model, primarily based on the footage that is been launched to this point. Between its historic subject material – which isn’t solely deserving of extra consideration than it is gotten in popular culture previous, but in addition (sadly) painfully well timed – and the caliber of the solid and manufacturing values, Infamy arguably has the potential to be one of many higher collection of the 12 months altogether. Failing that, it nonetheless has the makings of a pretty intense, often scary, and possibly even heart-breaking piece of status tv.

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The Terror: Infamy premieres Monday, August 12 on AMC.

Source: AMC