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From HBO to Netflix and Amazon, there are lots of upcoming TV shows trying to be the next Game of Thrones, but it's unlikely any of them will succeed.
Westworld season 3 will see the HBO show visit the real world, but there's a good chance that it's actually just another of Delos' parks.
HBO's Westworld season 3 will premiere in the first half of 2020, and there’s a possibility that seasons 4 and 5 could happen.
Westworld season 3 introduces a WWII Nazi-themed park that highlights just how dark Delos really is. Here's why the parks are popular with guests.
HBO unveils a brand-new trailer for the upcoming Westworld season 3, featuring Evan Rachel Wood and Aaron Paul, at San Diego Comic-Con 2019.
San Diego Comic-Con 2019 has an exciting lineup of TV and movie panels. Check out our guide to the biggest panels, and what you can expect to see.
After criticisms of season 2, the third season of HBO's Westworld will feature an easier to follow story, according to co-creator Jonathan Nolan.
Our beloved HBO fantasy show Westworld is actually based off a movie from the '70s. Here's everything the show did right (and wrong) by the movie.
Sometimes the future can be a little bit frightening, especially in these particular dystopian dramas. Still, they are definitely worth a watch!
Westworld is a sci-fi show with jumps in time in its story-telling, which means the fate of character Logan Delos in Season 3 is still undecided.
J.J. Abrams' production company Bad Robot is nearing a $500 million deal with WarnerMedia. How will this impact their movie franchises with Paramount?
The first teaser trailer for Westworld season 3 introduces Aaron Paul's character, confirms a 2020 premiere date, and hints at Dolores' future.
French actor Vincent Cassel joins the cast of Westworld season 3 as a potential new villain, joining newcomers Aaron Paul and Lena Waithe.
HBO confirms that the third season of their mind-bending sci-fi wild west hybrid series Westworld, won't premiere until sometime next year.
A series inspired by the 1973 film of the same title written by Michael Crichton about a futuristic theme park populated by artificial beings.