HBO Announces Westworld Season 3 Premiere Date in New Teaser

Brenda Watkins
January 14, 2020

After what feels like forever, the series that brought us robot hosts, disturbing theme parks and complicated questions about what it means to be human is finally returning for its third season.

In addition to the date announcement, a new teaser trailer has been released that, in line with some of the previous ones, do not show new images of the eight chapters that will make up this new season. The clip seems to contain a (sort-of) timeline of what's gone on in the real world in which Westworld exists, and promises some unsafe and potentially world-ending events to come. The assassination of the president-elect of the United States, thermonuclear incidents in Paris, the start of the second Russian civil war, and much more.

This season's new cast members include Vincent Cassel, Aaron Paul, Lena Waithe, Scott Mescudi, Marshawn Lynch, John Gallagher Jr, and Michael and Tommy Flanagan.

The latest trailer gives us a bit more background about how Westworld's AI came to be.

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The Emmy-winningseries- described by HBO as "a dark odyssey following the dawn of artificial consciousness and the evolution of sin" - is created for television by Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy and takes inspiration from the film written by Michael Crighton.

What we want most from Season 3 are answers about that Season 2 post-credits scene about the Man in Black (Ed Harris). The duo also executive produce with J.J. Abrams, Richard J. Lewis, Roberto Patino, as well as Athena Wickham and Ben Stephenson.

In a new video, HBO revealed Westworld is coming back for its third season on March 15. Let us know your thoughts about the upcoming season in the comments section below.

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