When it comes to interesting TV shows, HBO is a popular name. And it all gets even more exciting when talking about the science fiction genre of television series. Some shows are so awesome that they have got TV fanatics hooked to their idiot boxes. The latest show to join this league is HBO’s new science fiction drama-thriller titled ‘Westworld’. To know more about the show, scroll down to the ‘About’ section at the bottom.
If you have been watching the show from the beginning, let us tell you that Westworld episode 4 spoilers are out now. So we can now give you a pretty good idea of what to expect next from the new HBO series.
Episode 4 of Westworld has been titled as ‘Dissonance Theory’. New still images released on the web show that Rodrigo Santoro’s Hector Escaton is a part of the next episode. The character was introduced and killed in the first episode itself, so we are not yet sure why he will be seen in the next episode. A new Episode 4 teaser (given below) has been released too and gives out some spoilers, including a big crane and a confusing maze.
Here’s the official synopsis for Westworld episode 4. Reportedly, Dolores (Evan Rachel Wood) will join Logan (Ben Barnes) and William (Jimmi Simpson), and they all will go on a bounty hunt together. Also, the Man in Black (Ed Harris) will find a new clue while trying to solve the Maze, and he will be accompanied by Lawrence (Clifton Collins Jr.). Dr. Ford (Anthony Hopkins) will discuss the future of the Westworld park with Theresa (Sidse Babett Knudsen), and Maeve (Thandie Newton) will have a recurring vision leading to troubles.
All this excitement will unfold this Sunday on HBO in Westworld episode 4. To get such updates on time, stay tuned to MobiPicker.
Westworld is one of the most entertaining new shows of 2016 and is an American TV series created by Lisa Joy and Jonathan Nolan. In case you have watched the 1973 movie of the same name, let us tell you that this series is based on that film. The movie was followed by a sequen in 1976 named ‘Futureworld’. The new ‘Westworld’ (2016) TV show is based on these two films from the seventies. The first episode of the new telly was aired on 2nd october, and there are going to be ten episodes in the first season.
To give you a start, Westworld, while also being the name of the show, is the name of a fictional amusement park in the show. The park is Western-themed and is highly advanced in terms of technology, as it is inhabited by synthetic android robots called ‘hosts’. The park is meant for high-paying ‘guests’ or the so-called ‘newcomers’, who are allowed to do anything inside the park without any fear.
Many may not know this, but the new Westworld series’ pilot episode garnered HBO’s highest viewership ratings for a premiere since the premiere of ‘True Detective’ (2014). Westworld has been appreciated by audiences and critics alike, especially for its story, visuals, and thematic elements.
Do give this show a try and you will get hooked too.