The Terror (2018– )
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We Are Gone 

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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.


Tim Mielants


Dan Simmons (based on the book "The Terror" by), David Kajganich (developed by) | 4 more credits »





Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Jared Harris ... Francis Crozier
Tobias Menzies ... James Fitzjames (credit only)
Paul Ready ... Henry Goodsir
Adam Nagaitis ... Cornelius Hickey
Ian Hart ... Thomas Blanky (credit only)
Nive Nielsen ... Lady Silence
Ciarán Hinds ... John Franklin (credit only)
Matthew McNulty ... Lt. Edward Little
Johnny Issaluk ... Netsilik Hunter
Sebastian Armesto ... Charles Des Voeux
Richard Sutton ... Sir James Ross
David Walmsley ... Sgt. Solomon Tozer
Ian Pirie ... Translator
Declan Hannigan ... Lt. H. T. D. Le Vesconte
Stephen Thompson ... Magnus Manson


An injured Crozier is brought to Hickey's camp where they speak briefly and Hickey requests Crozier's injuries be tended to by Goodsir. Meanwhile, Lieutenant Edward Little tries to organize a rescue party to help Crozier but the rest of the men refuse and instead continue to keep moving south. Goodsir speaks with Crozier regarding the current situation and Crozier tries to reassure him things will be alright but Goodsir is despondent. He informs Crozier that when he's dead and his body is to be consumed, eat only the feet, preferably the soles if possible. Hickey summons Crozier where they discuss the nature of the Tuunbaq and Hickey admits Crozier is his equal and he thanks him for that. Written by Aaron Kyle

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The song "Polar Sirens" featured from this episode by David Bickley and Tom Green is from their 2007 concept album Erebus & Terror - inspired by the very subject the series is depicting. See more »


Cornelius Hickey: A man called Cornelius Hickey told me this expedition was a year in the Polar Sea and then out the other side. He told me the ship's plan to stop at the Sandwich Islands and the crew was going to dry out in the sun. "That's the other side of the world," I thought. "A year's nothing." So I dabbed him, left him in Regent's Canal, and here I am instead.
Francis Crozier: You could have just joined up.
Cornelius Hickey: I was going to show you my heels when we got to those islands, you know. I was going to hook it, start new. I'd seen ...
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Men In the Wilderness
29 May 2020 | by searchanddestroy-1See all my reviews

This amazing and terrific series has many influences, though being adapted from a Dan Simmons'novel. We think about MUTINY ON THE BOUNTY, THE THING, MAN IN THE WILDERNESS, with a bit slim slice of PREDATOR, but set in the ice setting and in the nineteenth century. I am not that surprised that Ridley Scott himself produced this show. This is truly a terrifying, intelligent and brillant piece of work, with a superb character study too, in addition to riveting, brutal, shocking actio scenes for the common viewer. But this show is not flawless, in my own point of view. It could have been a bit shorter, five épisodes, that would have spared the audiences some lengths. but, I repeat, that's my own opinion.

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Release Date:

21 May 2018 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Island of Pag, Croatia See more »

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