Westworld Star: 'I Will Be Involved' in HBO Sci-Fi Drama's Season 2

Kimberly Roots

Warning: If you don’t want to read possible spoilers about the end of Westworld‘s first season, it’s a good idea to go elsewhere now.

This’ll provide fodder for a few more of your Westworld fan theories: Star Ed Harris has made it clear that he’ll be back for Season 2.

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Harris, who plays the HBO series’ mysterious Man in Black, told a BBC Radio 4 host that he’d recently spoken with series co-creators Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy. (EW.com first noted the news.)

They’re going to do 10 more episodes, and I will be involved,” he added.

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So what does this mean? It doesn’t necessarily indicate that the Man in Black — whom we have been led to believe is human — survives the season; though that is certainly a possibility. But after last week’s reveal that Bernard is, in fact, a host, might Harris wind up playing an android made to resemble the real Man in Black?

What’s your interpretation of Harris’ Season 2 involvement? Hit the comments!

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