The first Westworld episode of season three was a whirlwind of a premiere – with new sights, new characters, and new journeys. Dolores is out of the park while Bernard is heading back in, and newcomer Caleb looks to be headed for one roller coaster of a ride when he teams up with Dolores to wreak havoc in the real world. Before we see what episode two has in store, let’s dive into this week’s interviews and videos!
Westworld is back with a vengeance – or Dolores is, at any rate. The premiere picks up roughly where season two left off, with Dolores enacting her plan for world domination (?) while humans – and Bernard – try to stop her. With Dolores now in the real world we are introduced to new stunning locations and an interesting cast of characters, so let’s jump right in for some predictive analysis!
Westworld Season 3, Episode 1 “Parce Domine”
Writers: Lisa Joy and Jonathan Nolan
Director: Jonathan Nolan
Runtime: 1 hour, 8 minutes
Content Warnings: TV-MA: Adult Content, Adult Language, Nudity, Violence
Synopsis: If you’re stuck in a loop, try walking in a straight line.
If you weren’t excited enough about Westworld‘s return after seeing yesterday’s trailer, maybe this news will do the trick! An intrepid Redditor found a hidden gem on InciteInc.com (a website created for season three’s presumed “big bad” corporation) and posted it to the Westworld subreddit for everyone to enjoy!
With less than a month to go before Westworld‘s third season premiere, HBO has blessed us with a new – and likely final – trailer to pique our interest. We get a better sense of Dolores’ plans, and are also treated to an interesting Ramin Djawadi arrangement of Guns N Roses’ “Sweet Child O’Mine.” Check it out below the cut!
At long – LONG – last, we finally have a date for the premiere of Westworld‘s third season! According to a new (and somewhat ominous) trailer released last night, we only have two more months of waiting ahead of us. That’s right – the first episode of season three will air on March 13, 2020.
Westworld’s Rodrigo Santoro Says Fans Will “Figure It Out”; Jonathan Nolan Discusses Major Theme of Season 3
Filming on Westworld‘s third season is rolling steadily along, and Rodrigo Santoro (Hector Escaton) has finally confirmed his involvement and teases what fans can expect. Meanwhile showrunner Jonathan Nolan explains the look and feel they are aiming for in the real world (now that Dolores is out of the park), and mentions a theme that will be prevalent next season.
While chatting up HBO shows at the TCA summer press tour, HBO’s programming head Casey Bloys dropped an interesting tidbit that’s very reassuring for fans of Westworld: the show’s creators- Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy– already have deals in place with HBO for potential fourth and fifth seasons. The twisty show and its creators have in the past teased that they may not necessarily be in for a long run, so this is good for news for fans hungry for more exploration of Delos Destinations’ many parks.
Last weekend at San Diego Comic Con Westworld gave us an exciting, thought-provoking trailer for season three! It was the second trailer for the season, with the first released just prior to the Game of Thrones finale in May. Filming is still underway with no release date announced (other than sometime in 2020), so while we wait let’s enter analysis mode for a scene by scene breakdown!
Westworld held a panel to discuss season three at San Diego Comic Con yesterday, and not only did they give us some intriguing tidbits about what’s in store, they also released a new trailer! Check it out below!