Westworld Season 2 Trailer: The Robot Uprising Continues

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If you were watching an HBO or Cinemax channel last night, you might have noticed an exciting announcement from HBO:

The official trailer for Westworld Season 2 was about to be released to the masses. And while I was a little bit miffed when Barry was interrupted for the announcement, I was immediately happy. 

Westworld Season 1 aired back in 2016, and like many other fans, I have been counting down the days to get more episodes of this gem of a series. 

Bernard from Season 2 - Westworld

Thankfully, HBO held their promise and released the trailer early on Thursday, and it is filled with a whole lot of dramatic moments. 

Dolores is ready to continue to be part of the robot uprising, and that will put her and the others in some unusual situations during Westworld Season 2. 

If the trailer is anything to go by, the world will be expanding in a big way, and that means some new characters will appear to be part of all the insanity. 

Nirvana’s “Heart-Shaped Box” serves as music in the background throughout the lengthy trailer, and it's a version of the hit track you will likely have never heard before. 

Have a look at all of the wild moments in the trailer below, and hit the comments with your take on it all. 

Westworld returns Sunday, April 22 only on HBO!

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Westworld Quotes

Bernard: Lifelike, but not alive. Pain always exists in the mind; it's always imagined. So what's the difference between my pain and yours, between you and me?
Ford: This was the very question that consumed Arnold, filled him with guilt, eventually drove him mad. The answer always seemed obvious to me. There is no threshold that makes us greater than the sum of our parts, no inflection point at which we become fully alive. We can't define consciousness because consciousness does not exist. Humans fancy that there's something special about the way we perceive the world, and yet we live in loops, as tight and as closed as the hosts do, seldom questioning our choices, content, for the most part, to be told what to do next. No, my friend, you're not missing anything at all.

The newcomers are just looking for the same thing we are, a place to be free, to stake out our dreams, a place with unlimited possibilities.

Dolores