The cast and crew of Westworld‘s second season are continuing their premiere tour around the country, and their next stop is New York for a panel at the Tribeca Film Festival this evening. And guess what? You can watch this panel LIVE as it unfolds!
According to Variety, the festival is live-streaming tonight’s Westworld panel via Tribeca’s Facebook page. The panel begins at 9:40pm ET / 6:40pm PT, immediately following a screening of the premiere episode for those lucky folks in attendance.
Included on the panel are co-creators Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy, along with stars Evan Rachel Wood (Dolores), Thandie Newton (Maeve), James Marsden (Teddy), and Jeffrey Wright (Bernard).
We are incredibly excited to listen live to the season 2 details they will (hopefully) divulge, and if you have the time this evening, we encourage you to join!
Get ready, because super-sized episodes of Westworld are coming this season!
According to Entertainment Weekly, who recently spoke to Nolan and Joy, the 70-minute premiere episode isn’t the only one that runs past the hour mark.
“The second season premiere is a little over 70 minutes,” says Nolan. “The fourth episode — which is one of my favorites — is a little longer than an hour. And the finale is just going to keep going and going — it’s a bit of an epic.”
Translation: you better clear your Sunday evenings for the next 10 weeks, because there is going to be a LOT of content to consume, obsess over, and theorize about.
Are you ready? Let us know!