COMING MARCH 15
Westworld Season 3: What to Know So Far
Westworld, from executive producers Jonathan Nolan, Lisa Joy and J.J. Abrams, returns for its third season this March. Here’s what to know so far about the upcoming season and what you need to know to catch up on the sci-fi drama.
When does Season 3 start?
The new season kicks off March 15.
Who’s joining the cast?
Aaron Paul (Breaking Bad); Vincent Cassel (Black Swan); Lena Waithe (The Chi, Master of None); Scott Mescudi (How to Make it in America); Marshawn Lynch (Brooklyn Nine-Nine); John Gallagher Jr. (The Newsroom, Olive Kitteridge); Michael Ealy (Stumptown); and Tommy Flanagan (Sons of Anarchy) are new to the ensemble.
What is it about?
Season 3 plot details are under wraps but when we last saw Dolores and Bernard, they were beginning a new chapter — spoiler alert — outside the park.
Check back for more on the series.
In Case You Missed It
Read recaps from Seasons 1 and 2.
Does Westworld feel like a maze to you? If you need a quick Season 1 refresher to orient yourself for Season 2, allow these videos to guide you.
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Dolores steps outside Westworld, a cameo by Giancarlo Esposito and a glimpse at James Delos himself were the focus of the second episode.
A new world comes into focus, a battle at Fort Forlorn Hope and Peter Abernathy were at the center of the surprise-filled third episode.
Lisa Joy’s directorial debut gets personal with James Delos, the Man in Black gets a heroic opportunity and Bernard realizes he’s still not in control.
Maeve channels a new skill, Dolores’ mission gets personal and Karl Strand discovers something sinister at play with Delos’ data.
Bernard encounters someone from his past, Maeve’s homecoming is hijacked and Dolores puts her rescue mission into motion.
Where exactly is Ford? What does it mean now that the Cradle is destroyed? And which characters’ lives are in limbo?
Family was front and center in Episode 8. Read how Akecheta’s road to sentience fits into the larger narrative.
Flashbacks reveal how the Man in Black and Emily made it to Westworld.