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Westworld's new park The Raj was designed to throw people for a loop

Much of the prerelease hype around this season of Westworld had to do with—well, everything that wasn’t Westworld. Last season’s finale showed a glimpse of Shogun World, and some of the early trailers for this season touted real-world settings (that may have also just been Futureworld). There’s also Roman World, and…

Atlanta, Westworld, and the episode-description revolution

There’s always too much good TV to keep up with, but in a packed spring—The Americans, Westworld, The Terror, Legion, sigh—Atlanta’s second season has felt like uniquely essential viewing. Comedies go “dark” all the time, but few manage to delve all the way into horror, as Donald Glover’s has, while still retaining…

Last night's Westworld started to explain the mystery of the Ghost Nation

Last night’s episode of Westworld gave us a glimpse into not one, but two new parks within Westworld. One we’ve been expecting: The samurai that confronts Maeve and co. near the end of the episode means that we’re inching closer to the much-discussed Shogun World. But the proceedings kicked off in another park…

There’s some mysterious symbol scattered throughout the new season of Westworld

We’re barely two episodes into the second season of Westworld and already the show has provided its notoriously prolific fan community with plenty of fuel for their theories. At this point, it seems like every frame contains some clue about a different timeline, potential hidden host, or ultimate endgame that the…