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Westworld

Westworld is a dark odyssey about the dawn of artificial consciousness and the evolution of sin. Set at the intersection of the near future and the reimagined past, it explores a world in which every human appetite, no matter how noble or depraved, can be indulged.

This is a story of amusement and artificial consciousness in the near future, based on the 1973 movie.

Show Info

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Runtime:
61 min.
Status:
Canceled/Ended
Rating:
4.42/5 (793 ratings)
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Premiered:
2016
Ended:
2022
Episodes:
86
Watchlists:
70,766

Episodes Guide and Summaries

Cast

as Maeve Millay
as Bernard Lowe
as The Man in Black
as Dolores Abernathy
as Ashley Stubbs
as Charlotte Hale
as Teddy Flood
as Clementine Pennyfeather
as Hector Escaton

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paisley1 said:
Didn't realize Westworld was cancelled, but makes a ton of sense though with such a muddy and repetitive season 4 ending, also being way too expensive for it's tiny audience. A movie would be a better way to wrap the story anyway...or video game.

I would like a movie like that... :)
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Didn't realize Westworld was cancelled, but makes a ton of sense though with such a muddy and repetitive season 4 ending, also being way too expensive for it's tiny audience. A movie would be a better way to wrap the story anyway...or video game.
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Bugger, I should be used to shows I like never getting a proper ending :(
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Damn! I was looking forward to that last season. :(

At least there's https://next-episode.net/the-peripheral to watch.

Well I guess that answers my question lol...

And BTW, The Peripheral is a keeper. I was sold on the first episode! :)
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Damn! I was looking forward to that last season. :(

At least there's https://next-episode.net/the-peripheral to watch.
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Was into the first few episodes of S4 but for the last 2 or so I sort of followed it but really just could not be arsed with the deep metaphysical thinking all the robo-bollocks seems to require of the viewer. Didn't really know WFT was going on half the time and couldnt be arsed puzzling my thinker to the extent required to ask questions of it (so many questions...) so instead just perved at Evan Rachel Wood for the hour. What a spunk. She can run my world.
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paisley1 said:


Pretty much how I understood it - and also don't see anything complex here, a completely normal phenomena, hosts are nothing more than a software + data.
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g371 said:
she's a puppet master


Actually

Hale was the puppet master and Dolores was used as puppet to control the rest of the puppets. They managed to break out of the Westworld because their AI code "mutated" - like self-generated a new functionality, but not the same for everybody, so Dolores got the "controlling" superpower which Hale exploited to make a human zoo :) Then Dolores became self aware that she is running things and then Bernard convinced Hale to stop puppeteering Dolores and now Dolores is in full control of all since Hale committed a suicide.

I was referring to the end result of 408...

...where Dolores becomes the puppet master for season 5 (yes, just like Hale and William were throughout season 4 even the end of season 3.) The "ho hum" is what's important in my sentence, it's that the highest their programming allows them to aspire is to mimmick the great puppet master Robert Ford, as he is the foundation on which they were made, so it's all just a little bit of history repeated....ho hum....it's not anything new or interesting or compelling or subversive in any way, as I'd expect something different, not more of the same. At least HBO did a great job with the end of this season of Succession (leaving all the kids out of the will) and with Barry (Fonze entrapping him with the cops), Westworld was just so bland for a tent pole, by comparison.

@Wizard, the end was very muddy, and could've been fleshed out way more, but for as much as it was vague and convoluted, the end result was too 'on the nose' to be compelling.

Collider had a good take on it: https://collider.com/westworld-season-4-finale-ending-explained/
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So, reading all these thoughts on S4, I get the sense that no one has a clue either :D
It was just far too convoluted to understand.

Season 1 and 2 were great. I lost it after that.
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lighton said:
I'm not a fan of...

killing the human race...

but other than that, this was an awesome season! :)


We obviously have very different definitions of the word "awesome" :)