TCA: Casey Bloys says even people who dislike "Westworld" are talking about it, which is the kind of response HBO loves to see.
The nominations for the upcoming Emmy Awards were announced on Thursday morning, and Emmy voters behaved like TV critics.
Yahoo Entertainment has picked the 20 buzziest moments from the 2018 TV season so far, from heart-wrenching deaths to funny cat videos to high-profile firings.
Hall H of the San Diego Convention Center is going to be a little hollowed out this year as HBO has just declared that fan faves Game of Thrones and Westworld will not be attending Comic-Con 2018. “Due to production schedules and air dates for Game of Thrones and Westworld , these series will not be presented at San Diego Comic-Con this summer,” said the premium cabler on Thursday. “HBO has a longstanding relationship with SDCC, and we are very grateful for the fans'…
“Westworld” has been renewed for a third season at HBO, the premium cabler announced Tuesday. The second season of the series debuted on April 22. More to come…
Four-time Oscar nominee Ed Harris shares his thoughts on his surprisingly diverse decades-long career in movies and television.
Annapurna Television is developing a scripted series inspired by the alleged sex cult Nxivm, with “Westworld” actress Shannon Woodward attached to executive produce. The report, authored by Barry Meier, featured interviews with multiple women who said the purported self-help group, led by Keith Raniere, recruited women to serve as “slaves” and branded them with Raniere’s initials. No writer is attached yet, but Woodward will executive produce along with Megan Ellison, Sue Naegle and Susan Goldberg of Annapurna.
The newest "Westworld" arrivals are eerie echoes of some recent headlines, something that Jonathan Nolan isn't shy about.
Besides setting up the major storyline and stakes for Season 2, "Journey Into Night" spent some time solving old mysteries and starting fresh ones.
You know what’s old news to “Westworld” fans at this point? The revelation that William (Jimmi Simpson) and the Man in Black (Ed Harris) are the same person. How the heck the sweet young character we saw in Season 1 ever became the seasoned park veteran who wants to play the darkest game Westworld has to offer.
"The price you'd have to pay if there was a reckoning ... that reckoning is here." Season 2 of the HBO drama "Westworld" all but invites you to view Evan Rachel Wood's role as a metaphor for the current #TimesUp moment in the culture.
The cast joined creators Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy at the Tribeca premiere of Season 2, but the audience Q&A didn't make it past the first question.
HBO released the trailer for Season 2 of “Westworld” on Thursday, giving fans their first look into the sophomore installment since that badass Super Bowl Sunday ad aired back in January. Dolores is then seen in a library, asking a captive on the outskirts of the park, “Did you ever stop to wonder about your actions? “Up until this point, the stakes were never real,” we hear the Man in Black (Ed Harris) say in a voiceover.
Hello, old friends — and by friends, we mean our favorite TV shows. And as with any friend who’s been away for some time, it's nice to catch up on what's been going on and discover what's new.
HBO unveiled a chilling new poster for "Westworld." Several members of the show’s cast each tweeted out a series of twisty clues that unlocked the poster and led people to the show’s website, discoverwestworld.com.
"I'm really, really fond of goats," says Tessa Thompson. "I want to adopt a pygmy goat and name it Gal Dagoat, because Wonder Woman rocks."
The internet cracked many of Season 1's secrets in advance. Now here’s some fodder for fans already trying to figure out where the next 10 episodes are headed.
HBO built an entire town from scratch, filled it with "hosts," and invited IndieWire to search for secrets. Here's what's been found.
The HBO show's official Twitter and Facebook feeds will tease the sign-up desk's location at the convention every morning through Oct. 8.