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‘Westworld’ Drops Major Hints On Season 2 Story |Release Date |Spoilers


“Westworld” season 2 is relied upon to drop a bigger number of disclosures than the first season. Showrunners Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy have prodded fans about what’s to come in the up and coming season, saying “Westworld” season 2 will uncover more about how the hosts work and how they are controlled.

Nolan has guaranteed fans that the sophomore keep running of the series will inform all the more concerning the hosts. “Their development and their energy source is something we’re truly going to get into amid season 2,” Nolan said.

‘Westworld’ Season 2 Spoilers

In “Westworld” season 1, fans have discovered that the hosts don’t endure brain death. In spite of the fact that they look like human beings, their brains don’t require oxygen, however are as delicate as people’.

Westworld' Season 2

There are advantages and downsides in being a host. One of the benefits that they appreciate is that they couldn’t be killed the same way as humans. When they die, they can be repaired and breathed life into back. They can likewise settle on their own however as managed by their default identity.

“Westworld” season 2 is expected to reveal more benefits and disadvantages of hosts. Nolan has assured that next season, they will explore more nuts and bolts of what the hosts are.

Nolan went on to share that there are several things that they have not touched in “Westworld” season 1. “We’re now currently breaking the second season,” Nolan had said during the New York Comic-Con panel.

Another great news is that some “Westworld” season 1 cast are sure to return next season. One of them is Ed Harris (Man in Black) who has previously confirmed that he will be back to reprise his role in the second season of “Westworld.”

“I was just talking to Jonah Nolan last night … and yeah, they’re doing another season. They’re going to do 10 more episodes, and I will be involved,” Harris revealed through BBC Radio 4.

Nolan and Joy have hinted that the demise of Hopkin’s character in “Westworld” season 1 may not actually be the end of the actor in the series.”I think with this show, you want to assume nothing,” Nolan told the Hollywood Reporter.

As Dr Robert Ford (Sir Anthony Hopkins) is likely to be back next season, fans theorize about how he will return. A Reddit user theorized that he may actually be a host. Fans may recall that he was shot by robotic host Dolores (Evan Rachel Wood) through the skull. There is no official word yet on how the host creator might return.

Official air date for “Westworld” season 2 is yet to be announced. Foxtel has aired “Westworld” season 1 in Australia.