Westworld Season 3 Set For Early 2020 Premiere; Future Seasons Possible
After the explosive second season finale and the mind-blowing San Diego Comic-Con trailer, fans are clamoring for the premiere of the third season of HBO’s acclaimed sci-fi mystery series Westworld, and The Wrap has brought word that it’s set to debut in the first half of 2020!
In an interview with HBO programming chief Casey Bloys at the Television Critics Association, he also confirmed that co-creators Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy’s new deal with Amazon is not affecting their creative involvement on the Warner Bros. TV series, including a potential fourth and fifth season.
“They are 100 percent hands-on,” Bloys said. “We have deals with them for a potential fourth and fifth season. So the deal with them [at Amazon] is for, I believe, everything but Westworld. And they’re very committed to Westworld. So I’m not worried about losing their focus, they don’t lose focus.”
Newcomers for the series include Aaron Paul (Breaking Bad), Lena Waithe (Ready Player One), with NFL player Marshawn Lynch, and Vincent Cassel (Black Swan, Eastern Promises). They will be joined by returning cast members Evan Rachel Wood, Thandie Newton, Ed Harris, Jeffrey Wright, Tessa Thompson, Luke Hemsworth, and Rodrigo Santoro in the series.
Pick up Season Two of the HBO show here.
A dark odyssey about the dawn of artificial consciousness and the birth of a new form of life on Earth, the Emmy-winning Westworld was created for television by Jonathan Nolan & Lisa Joy, who are also executive producers with J.J. Abrams, Richard J. Lewis, Roberto Patino, Athena Wickham, and Ben Stephenson
Westworld comes from production companies Kilter Films and Bad Robot Productions in association with Warner Bros. Television. The series is based on the film written by Michael Crichton. A premiere date for season three has currently not been set but it will debut in 2020.
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