Summer is here and brings a lot of sci-fi action.
On June 26, Westworld will return for its fourth run on HBO Max. While Dolores Abernathy’s story is likely over after what happened in the Season 3 finale, Evan Rachel Wood will still appear in the much-appreciated series by portraying another character. The latest season of the show created by Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy also introduced a few new characters in Season 3, including Aaron Paul’s Caleb Nichols. The series also stars Thandie Newton, Ed Harris, Jeffrey Wright, Tessa Thompson, Luke Hemsworth, and Rodrigo Santoro. Actor James Marsden announced that he will be back in Season 4, but it’s still unsure whether we’ll reprise his role as sentient android Teddy Flood.
Westworld is a dystopian sci-fi drama, based on Michael Crichton’s 1973 film of the same name. It is a dark odyssey about the dawn of artificial consciousness and the birth of a new form of life on Earth. It centers around a technologically-advanced amusement park, where human-like android hosts are programmed to fulfill each high-paying guests’ wants and desires.
You can take a look at the upcoming story in the Westworld Season 4 trailer here below.
— ComingSoon.net (@comingsoonnet) May 9, 2022
What’s Coming to HBO Max | June 20-26
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What to Watch on HBO Max on June 26
- Westworld, Season 4 (HBO)