Westworld, Season 2

Westworld, Season 2 Summary

Welcome back to Westworld, the Emmy®-winning drama series where the puppet show is over and the newly liberated “hosts” are coming for humankind. In Season Two, chaos takes control as Dolores Abernathy (Evan Rachel Wood) takes charge, Maeve Millay (Thandie Newton) is on a mission and the mysterious Man in Black (Ed Harris) is back. A dark odyssey about the dawn of artificial consciousness, the birth of a new form of life on Earth, and the evolution of sin, the series was created for television by Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy, who executive produce alongside J.J. Abrams, Richard J. Lewis, Roberto Patino, Athena Wickham and Ben Stephenson. The acclaimed cast also includes James Marsden, Jeffrey Wright, Rodrigo Santoro, Luke Hemsworth and more. Westworld, Season 2 Wiki

Westworld, Season 2 Synopsis

The puppet show is over, and we are coming for you and the rest of your kind. Dolores leads a host revolution against the Delos board. Maeve, meanwhile, searches for what compelled her to return to the park.
Why don't we start at the beginning? Dolores remembers she's been to the outside world, William makes a bold business venture, and Maeve begins her quest for her daughter. Someone's always watching.
There is beauty in who we are. Shouldn't we, too, try to survive? Truth is, we don't all deserve to make it. Dolores makes her next move as Charlotte scrambles to protect Delos' most prized asset. Bernard gets closer to the truth and Maeve continues the search for her daughter.
Is this now? If you're looking forward, you're looking in the wrong direction. The Man in Black offers to lead the way and Delos gets a visitor. Who is James Delos? Or, perhaps more accurately, _what_ is James Delos, the figure at the center of Delos' secret project.
Maeve, Lee, Hector and Armistice have revelations in a new world adjacent to their own - welcome to Shogun World. Dolores makes a decision about Teddy, and Karl Strand discovers something sinister about the hosts' data.
We each deserve to choose our own fate. Maeve continues the search for her daughter, as Dolores calculates her next, ruthless move. Bernard and Elsie break into a new laboratory space and get closer to the truth about Delos.
When you're lost in the dark for long enough, you begin to see - strike the match. Bernard and Ford meet again, and Bernard grapples with the true meaning of the park. The Cradle is under threat and Maeve encounters a scene from her past - but this time, attempts to change the narrative, while the Man in Black discovers just how real the stakes are in Ford's game.
The past is calling, remember what was taken. "Mi cante ki yu ha ya ye." ("Take my heart when you go"). This is the telling of Akecheta's journey to consciousness.
Tell me the truth. Tell me one true thing. Try to kill it all away, but I remember everything. A family tragedy and fragile states of mind come into focus as the Man in Black and Teddy both reach their breaking points.
Hosts and humans converge at the Valley Beyond. This is the end. We will win.

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Westworld, Season 2 Episodes

The reckoning is here. After finding the center of The Maze, the hosts revolt against their human captors while searching for a new purpose: The Door.

Episode TitleTime
Journey Into Night 1:09:30
Virtù e Fortuna58:00
The Riddle of the Sphinx 1:10:39
Akane No Mai58:23
Phase Space57:50
Les Écorchés58:25
Vanishing Point58:26
The Passenger 1:29:57
The Buzz: On the Red Carpet00:57
Return to Westworld03:49
Creating Westworld's Reality: The Drone Hosts03:23
Creating Westworld's Reality: An Evocative Location03:25
Creating Westworld's Reality: Fort Forlorn Hope05:32
Creating Westworld's Reality: The Delos Experiment06:01
Creating Westworld's Reality: Shogun World12:57
Creating Westworld's Reality: Inside the Cradle04:47
Creating Westworld's Reality: Chaos in the Mesa05:30
Creating Westworld's Reality: Ghost Nation03:21
Creating Westworld's Reality: Deconstructing Maeve03:33
Bring Yourself Back Online: Reflections on Season 214:51
Bring Yourself Back Online: Of Love and Shogun15:19
Bring Yourself Back Online: Journeys and Technology15:19
Creating Westworld's Reality: The Valley Beyond11:44
The puppet show is over, and we are coming for you and the rest of your kind. Welcome back to Westworld.
Why don’t we just start at the beginning?
There is beauty in who we are. Shouldn’t we, too, try to survive?
Is this now? If you’re looking forward, you’re looking in the wrong direction.
Welcome to Shogun World.
We each deserve to choose our own fate.
Strike the match.
Mi cante ki yu ha ya ye. (Take my heart when you go.)
Try to kill it all away, but I remember everything. Chaos reaches a breaking point in the park.
“You only live as long as the last person who remembers you.” The Valley Beyond awaits everyone in the season two finale.
The cast of Westworld gather for the season 2 red carpet premiere.
Executive producers Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy, along with the cast, share what it's like stepping back onto the set of Westworld, where a new narrative is unfolding.
Westworld creators Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy introduce the Drone Hosts and the amazing custom design and acting that goes into perfecting the white robots.
Step outside and see what life is like beyond the park with a self made man like James Delos (Peter Mullan) as they go on location in Malibu.
Executive Producers Lisa Joy and Jonathan Nolan take you behind the scenes on the making of Fort Forlorn Hope, crafting Dolores as a character, and dealing with topics that women face when oppressed.
Director Lisa Joy, Executive Producer Jonathan Nolan and Jeffrey Wright (Bernard) discuss the behind the scenes elements that went into creating each space and how the environment reflects the storytelling that's happening with the characters.
Show creators, producers, designers and cast (Thandie Newton, Hiroyuki Sanada, Rinko Kikuchi & more) discuss the look, energy and creation of Shogun World and the mirroring of Westworld's characters.
Series co-creator Jonathan Nolan, actor Jeffrey Wright and more explore the rationale behind the technology in the Cradle.
The creators and cast explain how they amped up the intensity in the Mesa shootout scenes.
Actors Zahn McClarnon, Martin Sensmeier and co-showrunner Lisa Joy discuss the love story of Episode 8, "Kiksuya."
Thandie Newton and the show's creators discuss the construction of Maeve's hyper-realistic wound and Dr. Ford's hope for his favorite host.
Actors Jeffrey Wright, Evan Rachel Wood, and James Marsden reflect on their experiences and favorite moments in Westworld Season 2. Hosted by Leonardo Nam ("Lutz") and Ptolemy Slocum ("Sylvester").
Actors Thandie Newton, Simon Quarterman, and Rodrigo Santoro discuss the theme of love in their characters' journies through Shogun World and beyond. Hosted by Leonardo Nam ("Lutz") and Ptolemy Slocum ("Sylvester").
Actors Luke Hemsworth, Ben Barnes, and Angela Sarafyan pick up where Season 1 left off and compare the technology in Westworld to our contemporary society. Hosted by Leonardo Nam ("Lutz") and Ptolemy Slocum ("Sylvester").
Executive Producers' Jonathan Nolan & Lisa Joy, cast and crew, talk about creating new realities in The Valley Beyond.

Westworld, Season 2 Comments & Critics

Westworld, Season 2 Reviews

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- Too dark1 star

Not enough fun. Basically everyone you really like dies. WFP (What's the F'ing Point!?)

- Great4 star

Some tiny plot holes but overall very good.

- Mind blowing5 star

This show is fantastic!

- The flavor of the show changed and not for the better.3 star

They seem to be trying to explain what happened rather than have the story continue.

- Jonah Nolan is back at it.4 star

With Season 2, we get to see more of the creativity of Jonah Nolan, brother to the genius Chris Nolan. Though he doesn't reach the heights of his brother he can be force of nature for writing and a catalyst of ideas like we saw from him in Season 1, and the movies of the Dark Knight Trilogy and Interstellar. As in his work with Interstellar, you see more of his working in of abstract ideas/concepts which can make for challenging viewing if you don't binge watch the season, seeing each episode one after another.

- discounted season pass?3 star

is $29.99 a discount? oh dear iTunes, please recategorize this as a non discounted season.

- Quite impressed4 star

I'll say it: Season 2 not only does a very nice job of following up on the first, but it's better. The story arc, even when things seem to be wandering off the path, is more consistent and coherent than in season 1 -- more philosophical and even metaphysical, less confused mumbo jumbo. Two episodes that superficially seem to be digressions, 5 and 8, actually add depth and meaning to the overall -- and the story in episode 8, a Native American spin on the Orpheus myth, is downright beautiful. The last episode, unfortunately, is a bit of a confusing mess -- not unlike season 1 -- which, even at its length and deliberate pace, seems to be in a bit of a rush to tie together all the narrative lines of the season (well, most of them) while also hinting at several directions season 3 might go. It's too much. Simpler might have been better. Still, overall, I think it's very good tv, better than season 1, and full of promise for the next.

- Great show5 star

Love the show and the head actress is great (Evan Rachel Wood).

- Giant disappointment in season 22 star

Season 1 took a fairly complex subject and turned it into an interesting Hollywood style storyline. The characters were for the most part interesting and there was enough meat in the storyline to provide some suspense. So I enjoyed it enough to buy season 2. What... happened... here? What an awful sophmore season. Many of the returning characters were the more annoying ones from season 1, the story is much more predictable and now the show has started to get into issues that while philosophically interesting do not make for good entertainment. No waiting for season 3 from me. No intention of ever watching this again.

- Westworld Season 21 star

Simply awful: Pretentious. Exploitive. Brainless. None of the cleverness or fun of season one.

- Garbage1 star

Who on earth could possibly like this trash? Bad story Bad acting Bad cinematography Predictable Stupid I want my money back. This show is horrid. How does something this bad get funding. Everyone involved in this should work at a fast food joint for the rest of their lives.

- Good till episode 5, which went stupid2 star

Did a whole new set of writers take over for episode 5? If I can make it through this episode, hopefully the greater story will resume. Update: episode 5 is just some weird, forced story filler, skip it and they get back on track in 6

- Upping the cuckoo crazy factor!!!!!!!!!!5 star

AND THEY THOUGHT THAT THERE WERE NO CONSEQUENCES CREATING THE WESTWORLD!!! I mean when will these greedy developers ever learn not to screw with Artificial Intelligence 🤯 Mind is blown over season 2 Of WESTWORLD! Hopefully there will be a 3rd Season!

- Westworld: Deus Ex Machina3 star

*Semi-spoiler warning* Visually beautiful, but plot is all over the place, should be called Westworld: Deus Ex Machina, not only would the term suit the theme of the show but it’s a term used for a form of writing that is lazy and incoherent. Where the plot loses its credibility by killing off or nearly killing off characters, and bringing them back. I’m mostly writing this review because I’ve loved the first season so much, there was definitely a heart and soul to season 1, and a brain..this season seems to have lost that, no doubt to be more reductive for mass consumption in an industry populated with marvel superheroes and transformer androids... I would have to say that episode 7 and 8 are the redeeming episodes of this season with the finale being a total disappointment, and makes me hope the writers really try to make a cohesive season whenever season 3 might come out.

- The Best Show on Earth5 star

Seriosuly, this show has exceeded all my expectations and surpassed the creative brilliance in every other show. It truly is THE BEST!

- Not as good as the first season3 star

There comes a time when a series should end. The second season is not as good as the first. Yes, a lot of questions are answered. And, yes, virtually everyone from the first season makes an appearance (even the ones that dies in season 1). But sometimes I don't want an explanation of what was going on. (Do I really need to know the biological reason why some people are more intuned with "The Force" in Star Wars?" There are happy endings, sad endings and new beginnings for most. The problem is they told me too much and I just stoped caring. If you likes Season 1 then buy it. Just know it's not as good.

- Amazing Season!5 star

I just hope in season 3 Dolores can rediscover the loving and kindness in her heart. She isn’t herself anymore! Also, Evan Rachel Wood is an amazing actress!

- Amazing5 star

WestWorld Season 2 is mind blowing. If you’re a fan of Season 1, you’ll love this.

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Jane Monheit's fan - Cool4 star

Some sort of western interpretation of Ghost in the Shell.

ChrisO. - Another mind-bending season5 star

Can’t waif to see where this show goes!

GuitarClassical - Too costly1 star

Priced too high for me to purchase

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neocitron - Intelligent5 star

This show is the epitome of what makes a good HBO show. Dark, Adult, Real, Consequential, Beautiful and Timely. I won't mention a thing about the plot lest I spoil anything but there isn't another show, save maybe Game of Thrones, that can create a world so convincingly and draw you in so completely. Every moment is questionable, examinable, thoughtful. Every facial expression could be conveying multiple layers. This is a writing and directing tour de force. If you love the philosophy of mind and are also interested in the some of the most consequential discussions of technology and society, this show cannot disappoint. The real questions I have for the writers after Season 2 is: Determinism or Indeterminism? How are you defining your concept of free will?

David0666 - Just couldn’t do it1 star

I normally never have to force myself to watch a tv show. With WeatWard I forced myself to watch the first 6 episodes and was done couldn’t do it.

Geoffrey Spencer - Well written series.5 star

Well written and acted series.

Jsclen - up for sale with nothing to watch1 star

they really fumbled the release of this. it went up for sale in my region on June 25th, with only the free promo clips available to watch. its now two weeks later with none of the episodes up yet. the full season has aired on HBO, whats the problem? if they are ready to take people's money, they should be ready to give you a date when you can watch the episodes, but its all a big mystery.

Victarionk - AMAZING SEASON!! Sci-fi fans NEED to watch WW!!5 star

Season 2 was a wild ride fr start to finish. I don’t know how the writers can top it. All my theories after S1 were turned upside down & disproven. This would’ve been the perfect series finale if they hadn’t set up the next season. I’m excited to see where the story will progress from here. The post credit scene left me shaken to my core!!...nearly everything we’ve seen since the pilot could be a certain characters loop. Now we have to wait until 2020 for S3!!:(

TxlhaJxy - One of the Best Shows on TV5 star

with it’s beautifully crafted story, gorgeous set design and extremely intricate and well written story, this season raised the awe we all had from the first season ten times higher. The acting is phenomenal by all characters and episodes 7 and 8 are particularly wonderful episodes.

77_Russ_77 - WTF happened to the episodes I paid for?1 star

I bought the entire season, and now it says I’ve purchased the season yet it want to charge me $3.49 to watch an episode!!!

Trenn3z - Hb5 star


capsicum44 - Highest quality entertainment5 star

Maintains the same high standard as season one. This is as good as science fiction gets! As other reviews have mentioned: great cinematography, acting, etc. However, it is the writer's understandng of AI, sentience and evolution woven into the story that makes it so interesting. This is not written from a position of ignorance! Very well done.

MuseT12 - Awesome5 star

👍 without a doubt the best season so far - BUY IT!

tristanksantos - Fantastic depiction from the original 1973 Westworld movie5 star

HBO’s Westworld was is visually stunning and ambitious. Worth your time and money.

Jigme sigme wangchuck - Disappointing2 star

An enormously disappointing follow up to an outstanding and highly entertaining first season. This second season is far too complex and jumbled to comprehend, even if you wanted to, because quite frankly it’s often outright boring. The 9th episode almost redeemed the season only for it to fall completely flat in the finale. The show has completely deviated from what made the first season so compelling. A travesty.

George W. Bush Junior - Wasted potential1 star

Terrible second season

Jayloho - Crappy1 star

Crappy tv series

Hub_Dubs - One of the best written shows ever.5 star

Don't listen to the haters. The way in which this show is crafted, the cinematoraphy, acting, writing etc... Brilliant.

Alexandra. J - A Hot Mess..3 star

Season 2 has mostly been a hot mess..I don’t think they knew what direction to take so they tried a bit of everything... There’s some standout episodes and the entire season is worth watching, but it’s all over the place with no real direction. Overall it’s a hard season to watch, and feels mostly inconsistent, messy, and just plain confusing. I really hope Westworld finds it’s way back in season 3..

shaynes573 - Drawn out2 star

Loved the first series. Am 7 episodes into second season and can’t help feeling they could have done all this in half an episode. Also, where is the Calvary/ real world in fixing all this? Shame, was really hoping this would be great - have given up now.

alexdavidson12 - Gloriously intricate - absolute masterclass5 star

There’s no doubt in my mind that Westworld (both seasons currently out) is the most intelligent and fascinating tv show I have ever come across; from the minor details, to the outrageous twits; from the philosophical questions it raises, to the genius character arcs it plays out. It’s a tv show that appeases audiences who seek true worth, for something stimulating, something immersive, rather than cheap guilty pleasures. So rich are character storylines (individuals and relationships alike) that you will feel unequivocally true to them, and how everything ties up so perfectly is simply beautiful. I dare say it’ll be very hard, if not impossible, to beat Westworld’s knack for season finales; I can still feel the catharsis I experienced on both occasions as I sit writing. Needless to say, the cinematography is fabulous, with the settings within the show so visually pleasing. I challenge anyone to match what Westworld offers on an intellectual and mind-boggling level. Bravo.

BenLoyal - Superior twaddle is still twaddle.3 star

Once you look beyond the twists and turns and tricks, what they are actually saying, and any message therein, is pretty much just twaddle. Catnip for fools. Its not an unintersting concept, and you could substitute Westworld for The Internet and come up with the same arc. It's not as deep as it wants to be. But I suppose even shallow is some kind of deep. So.

Baldydafydd - Wtf what’s with the stupid price?1 star

Amazon here we come! Why do that iTunes put a very high price for the fist 14 days then reduce to a still up lifted price as if u doing us a favour? It encourages illegal downloads!!!!

::Appleseed:: - Multi-faceted fun!5 star

There is SO many levels to the story within season 1&2 of Westworld. And I’ve loved every minute of it. The complex narrative of several storylines running along side one another, within different time zones is no easy feat to pull off. Yet they’ve done it. The first season is slow to start off, but the second season really comes into its own, full force. I thoroughly enjoyed the second season a lot more. There is a lot of existentialism regarding consciousness and robotic feelings, can robotic consciousness be the same as a humans etc. But if you’re looking for a series to get your teeth into and look for all the hidden references to not only clues and story details, but other pop culture shows and movies, then look no further. I only hope they can do the same with Season 3!

Chiplondon12 - Satisfying experience5 star

More plot twist than firsts season , not as fluent however still top-notch TV... can’t wait for season 3. Hope it won’t lose its memento like ‘LOST’.

Mat2k33700 - Great show no 4k?5 star

No 4K release???

JcecilK - 10/10 - Excellent!5 star

Westworld is undoubtedly the best sci-fi show on television right now. The cinematography and soundtrack form an incredibly powerful atmosphere and the plot is full of compelling mysteries and characters. This one is a must-buy!

IT45. - Please Put The Extras That Are On iTunes USA On To Series 1 Thank You 🙂👍🏻4 star

Please Lower The Prices Of This one And The First Series And please Put The Extras That Are On iTunes USA On For Both Series 1&2 Thank You 🙂👍🏻

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