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Amazon is riding high on its latest original drama series, as The Man in the High Castle has delivered the streaming service’s best launch month numbers yet.

Developed and produced by Frank Spotnitz, The Man in the High Castle has become Amazon Prime Instant Video’s most-streamed original program yet in its first four weeks on the service, stealing the title away from Bosch. The Man in the High Castle was recently renewed for a second season, while Bosch will be returning next year.

The 10-episode season is based on Phillip K. Dick’s book of the same name, telling the story of an alternate history in which the Nazis have won World War II and what was the United States has been torn apart into areas controlled by Japan and Germany.

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Amazon has not provided actual numbers in regard to Man in the High Castle‘s viewership; like Netflix, the streaming service does not share those inside details. Therefore, just how much of the show has been streamed or how many episodes each individual viewer watches is unknown. It is also impossible to say how much more popular Man in the High Castle is than Bosch, nor Netflix’s own original series (the Amazon series premiered the same day as Netflix’s Marvel’s Jessica Jones), nor network and cable series.

All 10 episodes of the series are available to Amazon Prime members. For more on the show, check out EW’s full binge-watching guide to prepare you with what you need to know before and after watching each episode.

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The Man in the High Castle

Amazon adapts Philip K. Dick's 1962 novel about an alternate universe where the Axis powers won World War II.

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