HBO launched a new trailer for Westworld Season 3 in SDCC 2019. The series is believed to be a huge success after its previous 2 seasons. Season 3 is believed to be released in the year 2020. Viewers might see some new faces in season 3. Aron Paul and Lena Waithe will be co-starring in the season 3 of West World.
Westworld is a science fiction western television series. Its first season was premier on HBO on 2 October 2016. The first season consists of 10 episodes each of approximately 60 minutes. Westworld is directed by Jonathan Nolan.
Westworld Season 3 Cast
The series features Evan Rachel Wood, Thandie Newton, Jeffrey Wright, James Marsden, Ingrid Bolso Berdal, Luke Hemsworth, Sidse Babett Knudsen, Simon Quarterman, Rodrigo Santoro, Angela Sarafyan, Shannon Woodward, Ben Barnes, Clifton Collins Jr., Jimmi Simpson, Tessa Thompson, Ed Harris, Anthony Hopkins, as the lead actors. The first season was a huge success. It received a rating of 8.8 out of 10 by IMBD while Rotten Tomatoes gave it 86%. Tv.com rate it 8.6 out of 10.
Season 2 was also a great success. Season 2 of Westworld was premiered on HBO on 22 April 2018. This season also consists of 10 episodes each of 60 minutes. Among the series’ ensemble cast, it stars Evan Rachel Wood, Thandie Newton, Jeffrey Wright, James Marsden, Tessa Thompson, Ed Harris, and features several new cast members. The season received positive reviews from the critics. This season was rated 8.8 out of 10 by IMDB. Rotten Tomatoes gave it 86% while TV.com gave it 8.6 ratings out of 10. There’s not too much difference between the ratings of both the seasons. Viewers have a lot of expectations from season 3 of Westworld.
In an unspecified time in the future, Westworld, one of six theme parks owned and operated by Delos Inc., allows guests to experience the American Old West in an environment populated by “hosts”, androids programmed to fulfill the guests’ every desire. The hosts, who are nearly indistinguishable from humans, follow a predefined set of intertwining narratives but have the ability to deviate from these narratives based on interactions they have with guests.