Watch out, world. In the first trailer for 'Westworld's second season, the hosts are not backing down from the fight. And, thus, the TV show was eventually also going to be about robots overthrowing their human masters - except told from the point of view of the robots this time.
HBO have released the first trailer for Westworld season two, confirming a release date of April 22, 2018. We can burn it to the ground, and from the ashes build a new world. Theresa Cullen (Sidse Babett Knudsen), Westworld's head of Quality Assurance, is responsible for keeping the park from sliding into unscripted chaos. Westworld is a show that's never been scared to be vague in its promotional materials, so we'll have to wait until the series returns to get the full picture.
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For those who need to catch up before season two arrives, all 10 episodes of season one are currently available on HBO Now, HBO Go, and HBO On Demand. Things are violent as bulls charge through glass, The Man In Black (Ed Harris) stands in the rain, and at the very end we see Dolores standing on what appears to be a hilltop. The trailer also gave us a great sneak peek of the upcoming season which we will dive into in a future article.
Now that we've gotten a good glimpse at Westworld's Season 2, we think that tiger might've gotten off easy.
One mystery of Season 2 may be solved, however. Sound off in the comments section below, and keep checking THR.com/Westworld for more coverage of the HBO drama.