The Terror (2018– )
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Terror Camp Clear 

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Deaths under mysterious circumstances create paranoia among the men, and some of the crew may be considering mutiny.


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
Paul Ready ... Henry Goodsir
Adam Nagaitis ... Cornelius Hickey
Ian Hart ... Thomas Blanky
Nive Nielsen ... Lady Silence
Ciarán Hinds ... John Franklin (credit only)
Matthew McNulty ... Lt. Edward Little
Christos Lawton ... Lt. George Hodgson
David Walmsley ... Sgt. Solomon Tozer
John Lynch ... John Bridgens
Liam Garrigan ... Thomas Jopson
Edward Ashley ... William Gibson
Kevin Guthrie ... Henry Peglar
Sebastian Armesto ... Charles Des Voeux


Captains Crozier and Fitzjames walk to the cairn visited by by Lieutenant Gore in the year before and update the message there. Afterwards Fitzjames opens up to Crozier about his troubled personal life including his illegitimate birth and how he joined the military seeking personal glory. Crozier appreciates his honesty and the two are able to put aside their past differences and bond as brothers. Upon returning to camp they discover the alarm bells are ringing and one of the officer's reports to Crozier that Hickey told him and his hunting party that Lieutenant Irving and the Petty Officer were killed by the Netsilik so his hunting party killed the Netsilik family in retaliation. Crozier is skeptical of the story and orders Hickey to take him and others back to the alleged murder site. Written by Aaron Kyle

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Release Date:

7 May 2018 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Island of Pag, Croatia See more »

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Did You Know?


David Walmsley (Sgt. Solomon Tozer) & Adam Nagaitis (Cornelius Hickey) also worked together on Banished (2015) as William Stubbins & Private Buckley respectively. See more »


Francis Crozier: Mine your courage from a different lode now. Friendship. Brotherhood.
James Fitzjames: [tearfully] Are we brothers, Francis? I would like that very much.
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17 April 2018 | by svein-80035See all my reviews

When Mr. Collins comes out of the fog laughing hysterically, and then what follows is some of the best I've seen on televison in a long time. 10/10

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