It’s been over 20 months since Westworld Season 2 wrapped but finally, HBO’s sci-fi western series is returning with Season 3. While a lot of questions were answered, there’s still a lot that left us wondering. HBO did an official recap which does a pretty good job at detailing what fans should know ahead of the new season.
A Q&A for the HBO series ‘Westworld’ went awry, but not after the cast and crew discussed what is in store for the upcoming second season.
What’s real and what’s not? That’s what had many Westworld fans wondering this past weekend as they were transported to a real-life version of the show’s sci-fi theme park in Austin, Texas as part of SXSW 2018.
This year in Austin, TX fans will be able to explore the world of the hit HBO series.
We dropped into Made Man barbershop in NYC for a chance to check out what’s happening at Old Spice with new Swagger Gel and catch up with Luke Hemsworth.
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HBO’s newest large-scale endeavor, Westworld, is trying hard to entice. If you haven’t seen the press surrounding it, there’s been some serious concerns with content. What Westworld manages to accomplish in its pilot, “The Original,” is firmly establish tone, backstory, and future conflict. It does so with a great deal of success, with only a few outlying weak points. Although the show isn’t quite a Game of Thrones-level hit, Westworld’s pilot sets up enough to entice viewers.