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A series of bizarre deaths haunt a Japanese American community during World War II while Chester Nakayama and his friends and family face persecution from the American government in a Japanese internment camp.

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The Japanese Americans are forced to undertake a humiliating exercise that divides the community; Chester comes face to face with a man who forces him to question his very nature; Luz, stricken by grief, is forced to make an important choice.
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Chester, in search of a better life, is treated with hostility by his fellow Americans; Luz hopes to be accepted by Henry and Asako in their new home as the Japanese American community celebrates Obon, a festival to commemorate the dead.
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As the Terminal Islanders adjust to their new surroundings, Chester tries to provide for his family, while fending off the evil that follows him; Henry reels from the trauma of his imprisonment; Asako sees bad omens; Amy takes up a new job.
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After Pearl Harbor, the Terminal Islanders are evicted from their homes and must find shelter elsewhere; while Henry, separated from his family, faces injustice at the hands of the government, Chester engages in a paranoid search for answers.
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In 1941 Chester Nakayama is caught between his insular Japanese American neighborhood on Terminal Island and his current all-American life; extreme circumstances push his community and personal life to the brink, all while someone watches closely.
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The cast and creators discuss what viewers can expect in the new season.
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The expedition's epic journey reaches its climax as men find themselves in a final confrontation with the Inuit mythology they've trespassed into.
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The Nakayamas have been torn apart; Chester searches for the person he believes can help, by any means necessary; an outbreak in the community forces Amy to act, though she's caught between doing what she's told and doing what's right.
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A story of the past provides insight into the present evil that stalks the Terminal Islanders; Chester returns home to his family; Henry and Asako are faced with a difficult decision.
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Highlights of the new season.
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A sneak peek of episode 201 from Season 2.
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When an unidentified radar blip was detected over Lake Michigan in 1953, First Lieutenant Felix Moncla Jr. was dispatched in an F-89 Scorpion to intercept and disappeared without a trace.
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A talked-about scene from episode 206 of Season 2.
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A talked-about scene from episode 202 of Season 2.
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A sneak peek of episode 204 from Season 2.
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Henry opens up and has a warning to share.
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Host George Takei gives the latest news and updates on his incredibly creepy explorations into some of history's greatest mysteries.
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The opening minutes of the next episode.
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The cast and creators explore how the beliefs of Chester Nakayama, his family and his friends play a role in how they respond to the threats among them.
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Amy asks Chester a question he can't answer.

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