Featuring a cast and crew with deep-rooted connections to WWII, the internment of Japanese Americans and the aftermath in Hiroshima, The Terror: Infamy centers on a series of bizarre deaths that haunt a Japanese American community, and a young man’s journey to understand and combat the malevolent entity responsible. Fans of the anthology series, and newcomers alike, can get a taste of The Terror to come in a new trailer just released by AMC.
The Terror: Infamy is co-created and executive produced by Alexander Woo (True Blood) and Max Borenstein (Kong: Skull Island, Godzilla); Woo also serves as showrunner. The series stars Derek Mio as Chester Nakayama; Kiki Sukezane (Lost in Space) as Yuko, a mysterious woman from Chester’s past; Cristina Rodlo (Miss Bala) as Luz, Chester’s secret girlfriend; Shingo Usami (Unbroken) as Henry Nakayama, Chester’s father; Naoko Mori (Everest) as Asako Nakayama, Chester’s mother; Miki Ishikawa (9-1-1) as Amy, a Nakayama family friend; and renowned actor, producer, author and activist George Takei (Star Trek) as Yamato-san, a community elder and former fishing captain. Takei also serves as a consultant.
Check out the new trailer for The Terror: Infamy below:
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The Terror: Infamy is an AMC Studios production produced by Scott Free, Emaj Productions and Entertainment 360. In addition to Woo and Borenstein, Ridley Scott, David W. Zucker, Alexandra Milchan, Scott Lambert, Guymon Casady and Jordan Sheehan also serve as executive producers.
For more on The Terror: Infamy, be sure to read up on these recent write-ups linked below:
- ‘The Terror: Infamy’ Trailer Reveals the Spooky Second Season of the AMC Anthology Series
- ‘The Terror’ Season 2 Premiere Date, First Images Revealed by AMC
- ‘The Terror’ Season 2 Adds George Takei as Consultant and Series Regular
- ‘Narcos’ Director Josef Kubota Wladyka to Helm First Episode of ‘The Terror’ Season 2
- ‘The Terror’ Blu-ray Review: A Show This Good Deserves a Better Blu-ray