In Season 4 ‘Westworld’ Is More Comprehensible (And Fun) Than It’s Been in Years
When Westworld debuted on HBO in 2016, it would have been hard to imagine
just how much the series has changed over the course of three seasons.
Happily, the fourth season, which begins Sunday, June 26th, is the most legible and the most fun Westworld has been in years.
Season Four picks up years after the rogue android Dolores Abernathy (Evan Rachel Wood) gave her life slaying Rehoboam,
the omniscient AI predicting and dictating the fates of every human being on Earth.
Showrunners Lisa Joy and Jonathan Nolan have used this season's time-jump to set up fresh new relationships to explore.
On the plus side, Evan Rachel Wood gets a distinct new character to portray, Christina, a video game writer who appears to have no knowledge of her nature.
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