HBO drops Super Bowl trailer for Westworld season two


One Reddit user, Askin1, made a name for himself decoding mysteries during Westworld's first season, and noticed something odd about the new trailer. Evan Rachel Wood's Dolores Abernathy can be heard saying in voiceover, "This lovely world". As a attractive, soft piano playing at the background, she continues, "A world where you can be free".

Delores' voiceover continues, with her saying "This world deserves to die", we then see a mysterious group of people, all dressed in black - so that could signify something - looking over a ravine that is almost dried up. Fortunately, we do see he is listed as a series regular, so hopefully, that means he survives for a little bit longer. From the ashes, build a new world.

Then, going off the original movie, it's possible we'll eventually see something similar to Roman World and the Medieval World. The world where dreams come true.

It starts with a series of establishing shots, with some voice-over narration from who we're assuming is Evan Rachel Wood. In addition, fans and first-time viewers can catch up on with episode guides, character profiles, exclusive behind-the-scenes videos and more.

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It looks as if Bernard (Jeffrey Wright) has joined his fellow hosts in the revolution. Westworld season 2 arrives on April 22, 2018.

The trailer, directed by Johnathan Nolan, finally reveals the season two premiere date to be April 22.

The "Experience" section shows six parks, though only Westworld is available; the others are all convenient glitches.

Westworld Season 2 will continue right after the Hosts gained sentience and realized their actual origins. But what we've heard from the minds behind the show and the recent Westworld season 2 tease hint that a version of normalcy may yet return to the series and its titular park.