‘Westworld’ is a bleak and dusty post-western sci-fi show that thoroughly enjoys altering objective truths and realities, developed by Jonathan Nolan with Lisa Joy, inspired by Michael Crichton’s 1973 movie that had the same title. There are humanoids called “hosts” who entertain living guests at the so-called amusement park. The oppressed may regain their dignity, however, because a war is brewing.
Three HBO original shows have been produced since the award-winning series premiered in October 2016. Fans are still hooked on the show, even though the cliffhanger finale of the third season was less successful than the initial hype surrounding the show. For that reason, you might be wondering what to expect in the upcoming fourth season. So here we go!
When Is Westworld Season 4 Coming Out?
The third and final season of Westworld, titled ‘The New World,’ premieres on March 15, 2020, with the season finale showing on May 3, 2020. There are eight episodes in the season, each with a runtime of approximately 57 minutes.
The follow-up season can now be broken down. In April 2020, HBO revived the series for an upcoming 4th season while the third season was in progress. After a COVID-19 case was discovered onset in July 2021, production was halted. Shooting for the season began in the first half of this year. Shortly afterward, it resumed.
New York City continues to film the fourth season as of October 2021. It takes 15 to 20 months for the show to go from renewal to release, but the exact date of the shoot is unclear. Accordingly, we can safely expect the premiere of ‘Westworld’ season 4 in the Fall of 2022.
Cast For Westworld Season 4: Who Is Eligible?
This is because the show is constantly changing, so predicting the line-up can be pretty difficult. The cast will be returning to Thandiwe Newton, Jeffrey Wright, and Aaron Paul for their roles in Maeve Millay and Bernard Lowe, respectively. Luke Hemsworth plays Ashley Stubbs, and Simon Quarterman plays Lee Sizemore, and Tessa Thompson will take on the role of Charlotte Hale.
Clementine Pennyfeather will be played by Angela Sarafyan and the Man in Black by Ed Harris. Vincent Cassel might reprise his role as Serac. Similarly, Hiroyuki Sanada might take the place of Evan Rachel Wood as Dolores Abernathy for the next season. It is a little too early to reveal whether there will be any fresh faces or old cameos as no such statements have been made officially.
What Happened In The Previous Seasons Of The Show?
With respect to the unending tension cultivated throughout the season, the season 3 finale draws a hasty conclusion. At the conclusion of the episode, Caleb runs with the memory core of Dolores to Los Angeles.
Caleb and Dolores return to Incite headquarters with hopes of introducing Solomon’s drive into Rehoboam. At the same time, Charlotte appears online. She is dragged away by Maeve, who is still controlling Dolores under Delos’ control. Maeve changes sides, however, and Serac takes control of the situation.
Bernard holds the key to the Sublime, as Rehoboam is not there, and the world just stops. The episode ends with William and Bernard awaken in cheap motel rooms after prolonged inactivity, as William breaks into a Delos center to meet Charlotte, his nemesis.
Further Speculations For The Show
Because of the unending tension cultivated throughout the season, the season 3 finale draws a hasty conclusion. As a result, we may witness an all-out war between the humans and the hosts in the third season, following the actualization of apocalyptic visions. We might see Bernard re-discover the world as we know it.
The resistance is most likely where he will join Caleb. Season four may usher in an age of human-host hybrids as a result of the growing agency of hosts, as depicted in season three.