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8.6%
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About this title

Storyline

Season 1: In 1847-8, the crew of a real life Royal Naval expedition (later known as Franklin's expedition) led by three captains, Sir John Franklin, Francis Crozier and James Fitzjames, is sent to find the Arctic's fabled treacherous Northwest Passage but instead discovers a monstrous polar bear-like predator, a cunning and vicious Gothic horror that stalks the ships in a desperate game of survival. However, it soon becomes clear that that's just the beginning of their troubles. As things worsen and civilized behavior disintegrates in favor of survival at any cost, the crew must simultaneously battle the elements, the supernatural and eventually - themselves. The captains' only ally in all of this becomes a mute Inuit woman, who lives as an outcast from her tribe but still follows their old animistic religion. Season 2 (titled "Infamy") follows the inhabitants of the L.A. - based Terminal Island camp for Japanese Americans during WWII and a string of brutal deaths caused by a mysterious supernatural entity there.

Country: United States

Type: Scripted

Status: Canceled

Language: English

Release Date: March 25, 2018

Also Known As: The Terror, Infamy |  See more »

Parents Guide: Australia (MA15+), Brazil (16) |  See more »

Genres

Plot Keywords

expedition
anthology
shaman
internment camp

Company Credits

Production Co: American Movie Classics (AMC), Scott Free Productions |  See more »

Cast

John Lynch
as John Bridgens
Trystan Gravelle
as Henry Collins
Geoff Gustafson
as Professor Henkoff
Nive Nielsen
as Lady Silence
Ruben Garfias
as Bart Ojeda
Mark Fukuhara
as Gardener
Kento Matsunami
as Kokka-san
Dominic McDowell
as Army Medic
Alfie Kingsnorth
as David Young
Micaela Aguilera
as Esperanza's Mother
Richard Riddell
as Sgt. Daniel Bryant
Darlene Pineda
as Mother
Ryo Hayashida
as Alan Uehara
Jason Riki Kosuge
as Tom Yosano
Ryuta Kato
as Nisei Sergeant
Adam Nagaitis
as Cornelius Hickey
Hira Ambrosino
as Fumi Yoshida
Callum Gow
as Dirty Soldier
Nathan Houle
as MP Gimbel/MP Gimble
Sam Rintoul
as George Chambers
Peter Shinkoda
as Sergeant Ishinabe
Ian Pirie
as Translator
Chase Sander
as Los Angeles Celebrant/Young Man
Caroline Boulton
as Lady Ann Ross
Ben Harlander
as Military Police
C. Thomas Howell
as Major Bowen
Natsuki Kunimoto
as Chiyo
Michael Wolf
as Royal Marine
Eiji Inoue
as Hideo Furuya
Maki Yi
as Bensho
Robert Corness
as Roosevelt Pug
Kevin Howard
as Cali Kev
Thomas Nicholson
as Private Theodore
Ted Cole
as Major Van Allen
Hiroaki Futsukaichi
as Issei Man #2
Nicholas Dohy
as Armed MP
Teach Grant
as Stan Grichuk
Naomi Simpson
as Sister Agatha
Charlie Kelly
as Thomas Armitage
Derek Mio
as Chester Nakayama
Yuta Takenaka
as Genzo
Mikey Collins
as Robert Golding
Pierce Kang
as Jirou
Gordon Morris
as John Weekes
Peter Schueller
as Pocock
Naoko Mori
as Asako Nakayama
David Walmsley
as Sgt. Solomon Tozer
Yumi Nagashima
as Young Mother
Mayumi Yoshida
as Shiori
Alistair Petrie
as Dr. Stanley
Jorge Vargas
as Deputy Cisneros
Cristina Rodlo
as Luz Ojeda
Kurt Ostlund
as Private Locke
Sarah Hayward
as Nurse Rigby
Marcus Toji
as Arthur Ogawa
Kevan Ohtsji
as Sergeant Nakamura
Chris Corrigan
as John Diggle
William MacDonald
as George Nicol
Sab Shimono
as Kazu
Alex Shimizu
as Toshiro Furuya
Juana Lerma Juarez
as Paula
Vinnie Karetak
as Koveyook
Hiro Kanagawa
as Dr. Kitamura
Yuki Morita
as Masayo Furuya
Tristan Teller
as Charles Dickens
David Z. Miller
as New Seaman
Gabriela Reynoso
as Doña Maria
Peter Kawasaki
as Shogo
Mathew Bittroff
as MP Francis
Yayoi Hirano
as Mrs. Yosano
Edward Ashley
as William Gibson
Mathew Yanagiya
as Burt Okamura
Jesse Irving
as Private Matthis
Alma Martinez
as Abuela Rocio Trujillo
Tobias Menzies
as James Fitzjames
Greta Scacchi
as Lady Jane Franklin
Emi Kamito
as Nurse Hasegawa
Jason Furukawa
as Mr. Yosano
Rintaro Sawamoto
as Mr. Shinjo
Daisuke Nakagawa
as Benshi
Camille Martinez
as Miss Antoinette
Dragan Simich Raziel
as Able Seaman/Gunroom Steward
Roderick Hill
as Pvt. William Heather
Edmund C. Short
as John Lane
Balázs Veres
as Petty Officer of Erbus
Christos Lawton
as Lt. George Hodgson
Seiya Matsudo
as Sergeant Terajima
Joe Hurst
as Thomas Evans
Gerard Plunkett
as Dr. Shaw
Sian Brooke
as Sophia Cracroft
Shingo Usami
as Henry Nakayama
Kai Bradbury
as Nick Okada
Daniel Oldroyd
as Edmund Hoar
Matthew McNulty
as Lt. Edward Little
Simon Nader
as Thomas Darlington
Shaughnessy Redden
as Lieutenant Oury
Reed Diamond
as Colonel Stallings
Brandon Vick
as Charred Corpse/WWII Corporal
Logan Tarasoff
as Army Escort
Chad Rook
as Dale Skaggs
Shigeru Mugh
as Donald
Lee Shorten
as Walt Yoshida
Scott Alexander Young
as Richard Wall
Kiki Sukezane
as Yuko Tanabe
Kevin Guthrie
as Henry Peglar/Harry Peglar
Clive Russell
as Sir John Ross
Mia Garcia
as Elena
Chris Naoki Lee
as Ken Uehara
Miki Ishikawa
as Amy Yoshida
Tom Weston-Jones
as Lt. Graham Gore
Greg Strasky
as Lt. Commander
Jiro Nada
as Photographer
Massey Morimoto
as Issei Man
Mike Kelly
as John Gregory
Kyal Scott
as Orphanage Soldier
Tolya Nasanjargal
as Shaman
Stephen Thompson
as Magnus Manson
Kyle Warren
as Orphanage Soldier #2
Hugo Ateo
as Hector
Clayton James
as Private Burlingham
Freddie Greaves
as William Strong
Declan Hannigan
as Lt. H. T. D. Le Vesconte
Anthony Flanagan
as John Morfin
Apayata Kotierk
as Shaman
Aya Furukawa
as Sachiko
Brett Alexander Davidson
as Mr. Fry
Kasey Ryne Mazak
as Wada
Ian Hart
as Thomas Blanky
Máté Haumann
as Thomas Farr
James Saito
as Wilson Yoshida
Grace Lee Omae
as Alice
Matthew Smalley
as MP Nessler
Momona Tamada
as Kazu's Great-Granddaughter
Johnny Issaluk
as Netsilik Hunter
Deni DeLory
as Layla D. Katz
Ronan Raftery
as Lt. John Irving
Ken McNicol
as Fumi's Father
Liam Garrigan
as Thomas Jopson
Charles Edwards
as Dr. Macdonald
Reilly Dolman
as Marlon Harris
Josh Hudniuk
as Sergeant Crittenden
Mauricio Romero
as Esperanza's Father
Garry Chalk
as Mr. Delaney
Jared Harris
as Francis Crozier
Owen Good
as Charles Best/Best
Sebastian Armesto
as Charles Des Voeux
Tsogtsaikan Narantsogt
as Netsilik Man
Kazuya Tanabe
as Tetsuya Ota
Adam Lolacher
as FBI Agent
Mark C. Phelan
as Presenter
Tatsuya Aoki
as Priest
George Takei
as Yamato-san
Raf Rogers
as Julio
Francisco Trujillo
as Father Ysidro
Jack Colgrave Hirst
as Thomas Hartnell
Melina Alessandra Cermeno
as Esperanza
Ciarán Hinds
as John Franklin
Paul Ready
as Henry Goodsir
Alex Rose
as Private Withers
James Laurenson
as Sir John Barrow
Nicolas Ouellette
as Armed MP
Vin Hawke
as George Barrow
Connor Kendall
as Young Henry
Matthew Finlan
as MP Mosley
Aaron Jeffcoate
as Pvt. William Pilkington
Richard Sutton
as Sir James Ross
Glenn Ennis
as Burly White Man
Guy Faulkner
as Samuel Crispe
Sophie Ramos
as Louise
Hiro Thomas
as 8-Year-Old Boy

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2018 | 10 Episodes

Season 2

2019 | 10 Episodes

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Awards

Awards & NominationsSee more »

IGN Summer Movie Awards 2018

Nominee

IGN Summer Movie Awards

Best New TV Series

International Online Cinema Awards (INOCA) 2018

Nominee

International Online Cinema Awards (INOCA)

Best Limited Series or TV Movie

Nominee

International Online Cinema Awards (INOCA)

Best Actor in a Limited Series or TV Movie

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