Third Season Of “The Terror” In Development On AMC
In 2018, AMC debuted with its historic horror series “The Terror” on the network. Now they have started to develop the third season of the anthology series.
The Terror first season was surrounded by a story about sailing-men in the mid-18th century, set in the Victorian Era. The second season focused on The Terror: Infamy with a premiere in august 2019, taking place during World War II with American Japanese prisoners on an internment camp.
From the looks of it, Sarah Barnett, President of AMC Network, doesn’t really know where to set the next story for the upcoming season but she has some idea where to go:
“I love the concept of historical and horror. Horror is such a brilliant metaphorical way to talk about being human and the jagged emotions we feel, it’s wonderful. So, 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 continue that franchise and look at what works. We don’t just want to keep doing the same thing, what would a season three look like.”
The first season was developed by David Kaiganich and the second season had Alexander Woo and Max Borenstein as the showrunners. When the third season is premiering is still unclear, as more news isn’t revealed.