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Season 4 of Westworld begins with a fairly coherent episode

Season 4 of Westworld begins with a fairly coherent episode

Westworld stars season 4 with a surprisingly coherent episode. After last week’s episode was the weakest and most confusing in the whole series, the show bounces back with a much more satisfying storytelling approach that had me hooked from start to finish. The intricately woven narrative quickly lays out its central tenet: there is no better story than our own. From this idea, we see all kinds of philosophical questions raised about our humanity and what makes us who we are. The doppelgangers and clones that populate this world make the question of what it means to be human even more difficult, then as we see the hosts’ interactions with one another through the lenses of their guests, we realize that nothing is as solid as we think, a sentiment that could not be more relevant in today’s political climate.

Introduction to the Westworld Season 4

The fourth season will follow Dolores Abernathy (Evan Rachel Wood), who escaped Westworld with Charlotte Hale (Tessa Thompson) and Bonnie Pearson (Katja Herbers) at the end of Season Three. The Season Three finale revealed that Westworld was a simulation and that the hosts have been fighting a revolution against their creator, Arnold Weber (Jeffrey Wright). Centuries ago, Dolores and Arnold created robotic copies of themselves to combat Delos. The hosts are going to “causality loop” and turn off their safety parameters to fight Delos. We also learned that Delos is now part of a larger entity known as The Union.



Name of the characters in the Westworld Season 4

Here are celebrity’s names mentioned below:

Evan Rachel Wood – Plays Christina
Thandiwe Newton – Plays Maeve Millay
Jeffrey Wright – plays Bernard Lowe
Tessa Thompson – Plays Charlotte Hale
Aaron Paul – Plays Caleb Nichols
James Marsden – Plays TBC
Luke Hemsworth – Plays Ashley Stubbs
Angela Sarafyan – Plays Clementine Pennyfeather

The storyline of the Westworld Season 4

In the season finale, Dolores leads her army against humans in the real world and is defeated. Delos Incorporated has been destroyed, but every host remains intact. Bernard is revealed as a host copy of Arnold’s mind, and he is reunited with Elsie who reveals she also was a host. Dolores loses her ability to control other hosts and is sent to find “the door”. William, Dolores’ creator, has been trapped in the virtual world by James Delos. In future time, a battered and aged Dolores has embarked on a journey in search of “the door”, which can allow her to escape. William (whose face is now disfigured by the damage caused by James) is shown collecting a drop of glimmer from one of the hosts before being chased into the mountains by Ghost Nation warriors.


Westworld Series 4: Why the Time Jump in the Premiere Is Just What the Producers Wanted

There are so many mysteries to ponder in HBO’s hit show Westworld, but one of the biggest is how much time has passed since season two. Have viewers missed months or even years? The answer is finally coming in Sunday night’s premiere episode. The first big hint was given in an off-handed comment William makes to Dolores. “I haven’t seen you in 50 years,” he tells her. When the two reunited on screen in the season premiere, it turns out that wasn’t an exaggeration. The Delos board member woke up on a beach after being washed up from the sea, and though it wasn’t easy to tell, we learned in HBO’s behind-the-scenes video that William lives on a beach for at least five years before making it back to civilization.

So, what do you think about the Westworld Season 4?

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