Westworld is among one of the best shows in HBO at this point and here is everything that you need to know about the third season.
'Westworld' is a bafflingly beautiful TV series, yet it is maddeningly nonsensical. Yes, that is 'Westworld' in a nutshell for you. If the second season of the series didn't manage to scramble your brains up, then you may be one of the up-to-no-good host ready to take on the world. The finale was tragic and drastic, but the fans are still eager to see what comes next. Here is everything that you need to know about the third season of 'Westworld'.
Oh yes! We have a brand new trailer for the third season that shows the debut of Aaron Paul’s as yet unnamed character.
A release date has not been announced for the series as of now. Season 2 came14 months after season 1 aired, so the fans of the series might be looking for a similar time scale. Hence, the latest season might come in late 2019 or early 2020. Jonathan Nolan, the showrunner while speaking to Entertainment Weekly said, "It’s an ongoing conversation with our friends at HBO, and for us, with a show of this scope and scale, we’re not interested in doing the compromised version. We want the show to get bigger and bigger and more ambitious and this takes time. We want to take all the time we need to get it right.”
Season 1 and 2 had 10 episodes each, hence it is safe to assume that the third season will follow the same format.
From various reports, it is known that Dolores and Maeve are likely to make a comeback. Both the stars have spoken out about having equal pay with their male co-stars for the show and said that for Season 3 they will be paid the same as Ed Harris and Anthony Hopkins. Nothing else is known about the other actors of the show. Teddy may not appear in the latest season following his suicide and Elsie’s death signals the end of her stint on the show.
Given the fact that season 2 has incorporated a number of new characters like Grace, Karl Strand, and Major Craddock. So a number of characters are expected to make a comeback. Aaron Paul of 'Breaking Bad' fame was added to the cast of the show and according to Deadline, he will be a series regular. Lena Waithe of 'Masters Of None' fame was added to the cast, but no details about her role have been revealed yet.