We’ve barely begun the buildup to Westworld Season 2, but some fresh inside looks should help keep the mysteries at bay until 2018. See for yourself, as the digital release of Westworld Season 1 brings about two new behind-the-scenes featurettes.
Westworld was stingy enough with promotional material before we learned Season 2 would sit out until 2018, so we’ll take whatever 2017 fix we can get. Strangely enough, it’s Billy Crystal and City Slickers to the rescue, as a new Funny or Die crossover parody brings back a number of familiar faces from the Delos corporation.
The past year was a dramatic one for us all, but only one series can take home the Best Television Series, drama at the 2017 Golden Globe awards. We could spend a year watching all the TV choices out there, but The Crown has cemented itself above the rest by taking home the gold.
Considering Game of Thrones began its 2016 run with one of the series’ biggest reveals to date, and closed out the final 10-episode season with a hearty tease for summer 2017, is it any wonder the series continues to dominate the year’s most pirated TV? See what else made the list, including your next HBO obsession, and surprising entry from the comic world.
The Golden Globes are notoriously harder to predict than the Emmys (at least for TV), and one wonders if the HFPA will continue to reward new series, despite Game of Thrones finishing one of its best years. It’s all in the family for HBO, at least, as George R.R. Martin thinks Westworld might win out over Season 6.
Westworld ambitiously sought to weave its first season across multiple timelines as an in-depth examination of robot consciousness, understandably leaving little room to answer every mundane question about the park. That said, producers promise Season 2 will show a bit more of the guests’ perspective, perhaps finally answering our burning questions.
There’s no such thing as certainty in awards season, and yet something tells me that at last night’s Critics’ Choice Awards, Margot Robbie won what will be her only decoration for assaying the role of Harley Quinn in Suicide Squad.
Even as Westworld creator Jonah Nolan warned us ahead of time that Season 1 wouldn’t feature the “Roman World” or “Medieval World” of the 1973 film, the mysterious samurai-themed “SW” of finale installment “The Bicameral Mind” caught us off guard. We might not get to spend too much time in other parks, however, as Nolan claims “Westworld remains the center of our narrative.”
Long before Westworld turned to be the hit HBO needed, viewers were at least onboard with the show’s iconic soundtrack, from orchestral covers of “Paint It Black,” to original compositions from the mind behind Game of Thrones’ music. Now, HBO releases the full roster of 30+ songs from Season 1 of Westworld, just enough to tide you over until 2018.
Long before we knew Westworld had the robot uprising in full swing by Season 1 finale “The Bicameral Mind,” or that Ed Harris’ Man in Black had a familiar alter-ego, we knew the character would be back for Season 2. Now, Harris previews his excitement for the “extreme mode” of Season 2, as well clarifying a few points of confusion from the finale.