Westworld

2016
4.7
622 reviews
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Season 2 episodes (24)

1 Journey Into Night
4/23/18
In the second season premiere, the reckoning is here. After finding the center of the Maze, the hosts revolt against their human creators while the Man in Black searches for a new purpose: The Door.
2 Reunion
4/30/18
Why don’t we just start at the beginning? Dolores remembers she’s been to the outside world; William makes a bold business venture, and Maeve begins her quest for her daughter.
3 Virtù e Fortuna
5/7/18
Welcome to The Raj. While this new world comes into focus, Dolores makes her move and finds herself at the center of a battle at Fort Forlorn Hope and reunited with her “father,” the broken Peter Abernathy (LOUIS HERTHUM). While Charlotte scrambles to protect Delos’ prized asset, Bernard closes in on the truth and Maeve searches for her daughter.
4 The Riddle of the Sphinx
5/14/18
Is this now? If you’re looking forward, you’re looking in the wrong direction.
5 OV) - Akane No Mai
5/20/18
Welcome to Shogun World.
6 OV) - Phase Space
5/27/18
We each deserve to choose our own fate.
7 Les Écorchés
6/4/18
Strike the match.
8 Kiksuya
6/10/18
Mi cante ki yu ha ya ye. (Take my heart when you go.)
9 Vanishing Point
6/17/18
Try to kill it all away, but I remember everything. Chaos reaches a breaking point in the park.
10 The Passenger
6/24/18
You live only as long as the last person who remembers you.
101 The Buzz: On The Red Carpet
6/25/18
The cast of Westworld gather for the season 2 red carpet premiere.
102 Return to Westworld
6/25/18
Executive producers Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy, along with the cast, share what it's like stepping back onto the set of Westworld, where a new narrative is unfolding.
103 Creating Westworld's Reality: The Drone Hosts
6/25/18
Season-only
Westworld creators Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy introduce the Drone Hosts and the amazing custom design and acting that goes into perfecting the white robots.
104 Creating Westworld's Reality: An Evocative Location
6/25/18
Season-only
Step outside and see what life is like beyond the park with a self made man like James Delos (Peter Mullan) as they go on location in Malibu.
105 Creating Westworld's Reality: Fort Forlorn Hope
6/25/18
Season-only
Executive Producers Lisa Joy and Jonathan Nolan take you behind the scenes on the making of Fort Forlorn Hope, crafting Dolores as a character, and dealing with topics that women face when oppressed.
106 Creating Westworld's Reality: The Delos Experiment
6/25/18
Season-only
Director Lisa Joy, Executive Producer Jonathan Nolan and Jeffrey Wright (Bernard) discuss the behind the scenes elements that went into creating each space and how the environment reflects the storytelling that’s happening with the characters.
107 Creating Westworld's Reality: Shogun World
6/25/18
Season-only
Show creators, producers, designers and cast (Thandie Newton, Hiroyuki Sanada, Rinko Kikuchi & more) discuss the look, energy and creation of Shogun World and the mirroring of Westworld’s characters.
108 Creating Westworld’s Reality: Chaos in the Mesa
6/24/18
Season-only
The creators and cast explain how they amped up the intensity in the Mesa shootout scenes.
109 Creating Westworld’s Reality: Inside the Cradle
6/25/18
Season-only
Series co-creator Jonathan Nolan, actor Jeffrey Wright and more explore the rationale behind the technology in the Cradle.
110 Creating Westworld’s Reality: Ghost Nation
6/25/18
Season-only
Actors Zahn McClarnon, Martin Sensmeier and co-showrunner Lisa Joy discuss the love story of Episode 8, "Kiksuya."
111 Creating Westworld’s Reality: Deconstructing Maeve
6/25/18
Season-only
Thandie Newton and the show’s creators discuss the construction of Maeve’s hyper-realistic wound and Dr. Ford’s hope for his favorite host.
112 Bring Yourself Back Online: Reflections on Season 2
6/25/18
Season-only
Actors Jeffrey Wright, Evan Rachel Wood, and James Marsden reflect on their experiences and favorite moments in Westworld Season 2. Hosted by Leonardo Nam ("Lutz") and Ptolemy Slocum ("Sylvester").
113 Bring Yourself Back Online: Of Love and Shogun
6/25/18
Season-only
Actors Thandie Newton, Simon Quarterman, and Rodrigo Santoro discuss the theme of love in their characters' journies through Shogun World and beyond. Hosted by Leonardo Nam ("Lutz") and Ptolemy Slocum ("Sylvester").
114 Bring Yourself Back Online: Journeys and Technology
6/25/18
Season-only
Actors Luke Hemsworth, Ben Barns, and Angela Sarafyan pick up where Season 1 left off and compare the technology in Westworld to our contempoary society. Hosted by Leonardo Nam ("Lutz") and Ptolemy Slocum ("Sylvester").

About this show

Escape is not freedom. Chaos is not revolution. Independence is not negotiable. And free will is not free. Welcome back to Westworld, the Emmy®-winning drama series that follows the dawn of artificial consciousness and the evolution of sin. In Season Three, the real gods are coming... and they are very angry. Born into a world of pain, Westworld’s android hosts were never allowed to go or see one place: our world. But now, at the end of the game, they’re here. With the help of Aaron Paul’s very human Caleb, Dolores is ready to start a revolution. And if that doesn’t work, she can do it the old-fashioned way... and kill everyone. Aaron Paul, Vincent Cassell, Lena Waithe and Scott Mescudi join Evan Rachel Wood’s Dolores, Jeffrey Wright’s Bernard, Thandie Newton’s Maeve and Ed Harris’s William in the new season, which explores the nature of our reality, free will and what makes us human.
4.7
622 reviews
Daniel Ware
December 10, 2016
Coming from Jonathan Nolan & Lisa Joy this is a slow burner of the type and quality rarely seen on TV. Sporting a phenomenal cast including Anthony Hopkins as Dr Ford at his at-times-menacing best. Do not dismiss as yet another robots/AIs gain consciousness story, the twists and turns will leave you constantly surprised and unusually for me I forced myself not to binge-watch all in one go, rather taking the time to appreciate each episode after viewing. The 90 minute finale will leave your jaw on the floor.
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Timothy Bates
December 29, 2016
There is a wealth of action, psychological drama, suspense. Packed with subtle references to literature and art, it's also technology, futurology, and a rollicking ride. This it keeps most of us entertained (perhaps not people twisted up in identity politics), while it tells a wonderful new story and asks deep questions about android minds and ours.
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justin cordery
May 1, 2018
Westworld has just taken the title 'Best thing I have ever watched' putting GOT into 2nd place.. It's a slow burner and a bit confusing but episode 10 makes sense of it all.. I can't wait for season 2
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