Three months after the conclusion of the fourth season, HBO cancels the well-known series Westworld. Here are all the reasons
With great astonishment the HBO announces the official cancellation of the series Westworld. News that leaves a bad taste in the mouth, came three months after the season finale of the fourth season. In a statement provided, the HBO reveals:
Over the past four seasons, Lisa and Jonah have taken viewers on a shocking odyssey, raising the bar with every step. We are enormously grateful to them, along with the immensely talented cast, producers and crew, and all of our partners at Kilter Films, Bad Robot and Warner Bros. Television. It was a thrill to join them on this journey
Only a short time earlier it had been revealed by the creators of the series Jonathan Nolan e Lisa Joy, the desire to bring a worthy conclusion to the series. Following the news released by the official network, the production company Kilter Films (belonging to Nolan and Joy themselves), he added:
Making Westworld was one of the best moments of our career. We are deeply grateful to our extraordinary cast and crew for creating these indelible characters and brilliant worlds. We have been privileged to tell these stories about the future of consciousness – human and beyond – in the short window of time before our AI masters forbid us to do so.
Westworld: why was it canceled?
There are many the hypothesized reasons, which led to the sad end by Westworld. From the hard production costs to be incurred, to a meager script, up to the possible dizzying decline in spectators. In fact, according to some, after the brilliant first seasons full of novelties and twists; lhe series seemed to be wandering endlessly, drifting any chance of recovery.
Based on the 1973 film of the same name, it made its debut in 2016 and immediately received great approval. Set in the near and distant future of an imaginary and revolutionary Far West theme park; in which advanced technology gives shape and life to the android inhabitants. Its feature? Everything seems granted.
With fifty-four Emmy nominations; sees as protagonist faces Evan Rachel WoodDear Newton; Ed Harris; Luke Hemsworth; Aaron Paul; Angela Sarafyan; Tessa Thompson and James Marsden.
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