Westworld has redefined how sci-fi series should be. The series helms from the minds of Lisa Joy and Jonathan Nolan, and it is based on a critically panned 1973 film of the same name. The first couple of seasons of Westworld was set in a distinctive technologically advanced park that features androids and some humans.
The park features hosts, where guests have all the right to live up to their wildest fantasies. The best part? They do not have to bear the consequence of their actions. By the end of the second season, the fictional world came to an end after a murderous and war-like scenario.
In the third season, the events occur in the real world of the mid-21-st century, where a powerful AI, Rehoboam, controls humans.
Westworld Season 4: Date of Release
The third season of Westworld did land on HBO on the 15th of March 2020. The season, however, wrapped up on the 3rd of May 2020. By its looks, the third season featured eight episodes with a runtime of 57-91 minutes.
The gap between the premiere of each season is around 18 months. Additionally, the third season was released on HBO after a long gap of two years. Therefore, there is highly likely a chance that the fourth season will also feature a long gap. Even the COVID-19 pandemic has been delaying the series’ production.
Westworld Season 4: Cast
The death of any character in Westworld isn’t permanent; that is the beauty of the series. Season four will witness Thandie Newton, Tessa Thompson, Jeffrey Wright, Ed Harris, Simon Quarterman, Luke Hemsworth, Rodrigo Santoro, and Aaron Paul.
Given that the central character of the series, Dolores Abernathy, died in the third season finale, she might come back for more action.
Westworld Season 4: Plot
The third season of Westworld leads to several arcs that will be covered in the upcoming fourth season. There is even a highly likely chance that Westworld will have several seasons like notable TV Series in the world.