"It’s not just a virtual kind of environment they’re creating for their fans, it’s one in real life as well."
This week, on “Virtù e Fortuna,” we finally got a peek at some of Delos’ long-hinted-at other parks.
This isn’t the end for our favourite rebelling hosts. It’s only the beginning.
“Reunion” offers some juicy hints at the park’s real purpose,
Here’s hoping that the show manages to stick the landing instead of shooting itself in the foot.
Ugh I want all the episodes now.
The only thing better than Westworld itself are all the fan theories.
To fully appreciate season two, it’d be best to watch season one first but if time is an issue (or if you just need a season one refresher), here’s a crash course.
It's quite realistic, but not enough that it doesn't look like a creepy imitation.
Spoil everything before anyone else has the chance to.
According to the series’ showrunners, one park in particular holds a personal significance for them both.
The new season 2 trailer is just begging to be picked apart and analysed frame-by-frame. So let's do just that.
You might want to start working on your ideas now.
These violent delights have violent ends.
A hefty amount of new footage to tide you over until April.