According to Entertainment Weekly, the trailer - HBO's first Super Bowl commercial in 20 years - was directed by Jonathan Nolan, with some of the footage shot exclusively for the spot. That first season centered on a complicated, twisty story that unfolded in multiple timelines but didn't always let viewers know it took place in multiple timelines.
Beyond the emotional score, the trailer is devoid of sound and dialogue, save for prophetic words from one character in particular: Dolores Abernathy, played by Evan Rachel Wood. "Are they simply to teach the human guests a lesson?"More news: Some breast cancer treatments may impact heart function
Westworld fans received a treat during the Super Bowl: a brand new trailer for the HBO show's second season. Season 2 of the blockbuster HBO series will premiere Sunday, April 22 at 9 PM EST. We feel like that is going to be the real discussion point as we endure the long wait for the next two and a half months or so. We can burn it to the ground, and from the ashes build a new world.
The second season of Westworld is set to air on HBO this spring. It was unclear at the time how much of that footage would be included in the show's second season.More news: Olympic Games 2018 kick off in PyeongChang in one week
Even more important: The series will return on Sunday, April 22. And what about "Samurai World", the fan-given nickname for the additional park that was teased at the end of season one?
Bring on season two! "So we said very early on that we wouldn't be able to turn this around every year, and knowing full well that that's been a time-honored tradition in television".More news: Israel 'legalizing' rogue settlement in response to murder
Now that we've gotten a good glimpse at Westworld's Season 2, we think that tiger might've gotten off easy.
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