"Westworld" is an American science fiction Western and dystopian television series directed by Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy.
The starring cast includes Evan Rachel Wood as Dolores Abernathy, Thandiwe Newton as Maeve Millay, Jeffrey Wright as Bernard Lowe, James Marsden as Theodore "Teddy" Flood, Ingrid Bolsø Berdal as Armistice, Luke Hemsworth as Ashley Stubbs, Sidse Babett Knudsen as Theresa Cullen, Simon Quarterman as Lee Sizemore, Rodrigo Santoro as Hector Escaton, Angela Sarafyan as Clementine Pennyfeather and others.

Here are "Westworld" TV series trailer, plot summary, full cast and characters, release date, streaming services and everything we know so far.


Is there a trailer for Westworld TV series?

HBO on Sunday, March 15, 2020 released the trailer for "Westworld" you can watch here:
Westworld: In the Weeks Ahead (Season 3) | HBO.

Plot summary

What is Westworld TV series plot?

Here is a short review of "Westworld" TV series plot summary.

In the 2050s, Delos Inc. operates several themed parks, including the American Old West-themed Westworld. Each environment is populated by "hosts": androids, indistinguishable from humans, programmed to fulfill the guests' every desire, including violent and sexual ends, but unable to harm the guests. The operators create narratives for these hosts to repeat each day while interacting with guests, but wiping their memories each cycle.
In the first season, Dr. Robert Ford (Anthony Hopkins), who had developed the host technology along with Arnold Weber, implements a new "Reverie" update that causes some hosts, including Dolores Abernathy (Evan Rachel Wood) and Maeve Millay (Thandiwe Newton), to gain sentience. As Delos programming lead Bernard Lowe (Jeffrey Wright) and executive board director Charlotte Hale (Tessa Thompson) try to debug the problem, the "Man (Koji Niiya) in Black" tries to find "the maze" he believes Arnold left for him. Bernard discovers he himself is a host based upon Arnold, who had died in an earlier attempt to protect the hosts of Westworld, in whom he saw the potential for sentience, believing they would be abused by Delos. The first season ends with Dolores killing Dr. Ford just as he is announcing a new story.
Dolores' revolution continues in the second season as she and other enlightened hosts massacre other human guests and Delos employees stranded in the park. Dolores takes an exceedingly confused Bernard to locate the Forge, a databank where Delos had secretly been recording all behavior from human guests to create algorithms for them as an attempt towards human immortality. Maeve seeks out her "daughter" despite knowing she is a host, and helps her and several other hosts to escape to the Sublime, a virtual space that humans cannot access. As Delos forces secure the park, Bernard creates a Charlotte-host for Dolores, who subsequently is able to evacuate from the park with five host cores in addition to Bernard's. William (Jimmi Simpson) struggles with his human identity after killing his daughter Emily, unsure if she was part of Dr. Ford's challenge.


Who plays who in the Westworld TV series cast?

Here is the full cast and characters of "Westworld" TV series. Actors and actresses are sorted mostly in credits order.

Evan Rachel Wood  as Dolores Abernathy (seasons 1 - 3), the oldest host still working in the park
Thandiwe Newton  as Maeve Millay a host
Jeffrey Wright  as Bernard Lowe Westworld's Head of the Programming Division (Behavior), and programmer of artificial people's software
James Marsden  as Theodore "Teddy" Flood (seasons 1 - 2), a host
Ingrid Bolsø Berdal  as Armistice (seasons 1 - 2), a host
Luke Hemsworth  as Ashley Stubbs Westworld's Head of Security, charged with monitoring host and human interactions, and ensuring the safety of the guests
Sidse Babett Knudsen  as Theresa Cullen (season 1), Westworld's Head of Quality Assurance, responsible for keeping the park from sliding into unscripted disarray
Simon Quarterman  as Lee Sizemore Westworld's Head of Narrative, whose artistic temperament aggravates his co-workers
Rodrigo Santoro  as Hector Escaton (seasons 1 - 2; guest season 3), a host
Angela Sarafyan  as Clementine Pennyfeather a host
Shannon Woodward  as Elsie Hughes (seasons 1 - 2), a rising star in the Programming Division tasked with remedying odd behavior in the park's hosts
Ed Harris  as the Man in Black a sadistic veteran guest attempting to uncover Westworld's innermost secrets
Anthony Hopkins  as Dr. Robert Ford (seasons 1 - 2), the co-founder and Park Director of Westworld
Ben Barnes  as Logan Delos (season 1; recurring season 2), a regular guest
Clifton Collins Jr.  as Lawrence Gonzales (seasons 1 - 2; guest season 3), a host
Jimmi Simpson  as William (season 1; recurring season 2, guest season 3), a reluctant first-time visitor to Westworld
Tessa Thompson  as Charlotte Hale Executive Director of the Delos Destinations Board, which oversees Westworld and other parks
Fares Fares  as Antoine Costa (season 2), a member of Karl Strand's security team
Louis Herthum  as Peter Abernathy (season 2; recurring season 1), Dolores' father
Talulah Riley  as Angela (season 2; recurring season 1), a host
Gustaf Skarsgård  as Karl Strand (season 2), Delos Head of Operations
Katja Herbers  as Emily Grace (season 2; guest season 3), a park regular trying to survive while dealing with family issues
Zahn McClarnon  as Akecheta (season 2), a Ghost Nation elder
Aaron Paul  as Caleb Nichols (season 3), a former soldier turned construction worker and petty criminal
Vincent Cassel  as Engerraund Serac (season 3), the creator and custodian of the strategic planning artificial intelligence system Rehoboam
Tao Okamoto  as Hanaryo (season 3; recurring season 2), Armistice's doppelgänger in Shōgunworld
Ptolemy Slocum  as Sylvester
Leonardo Nam  as Lutz
Jasmyn Rae  as Maeve's Daughter
Daniel TwoFeathers  as Ghost Nation Warrior
Wayne Cole  as Host
Izabella Alvarez  as Lawrence's Daughter
Bradley Fisher  as Mariposa Bartender
Jonathan Tucker  as Major Craddock
Steven Ogg  as Rebus
Alexander Ward  as Lead Drone
Paul-Mikél Williams  as Charlie
Sorin Brouwers  as Wyatt
Aaron Fili  as Roland
Martin Sensmeier  as Wanahton
Chris Scagos  as Horde Leader
Tommy Flanagan  as Martin Connells
John Gallagher Jr.  as Liam Dempsey
Kid Cudi  as Francis
Peter Mullan  as James Delos
Hiroyuki Sanada  as Musashi
Oliver Bell  as Little Boy
Betty Gabriel  as Maling
Gina Torres  as Lauren
Demetrius Grosse  as Deputy Foss
Jeff Daniel Phillips  as Tenderloin
Adrian Dev  as Black Tie Host
Lena Waithe  as Ash
Marshawn Lynch  as Giggles
Pom Klementieff  as Martel
James Landry Hébert  as Slim Miller
Russell Wong  as Brompton
Iddo Goldberg  as Sebastian
Enrico Colantoni  as Whitman
Payman Maadi  as Elliot
Brian Howe  as Sheriff Pickett
Eddie Shin  as Henry
Rebecca Henderson  as Goldberg
Olga Aguilar  as Lawrence's Wife
Ward Roberts  as New Walter
Patrick Cage  as Phil
Greg Audino  as Benson
Paul Fox  as Young Doctor
Kate Rene Gleason  as Surveillance Tech
Christopher Gerse  as Destin
Nico Conde  as Captive
Jackie Moore  as Mariposa Girl
Eli Santana  as Ghost Nation
Michael Ealy  as Jake
Rafi Gavron  as Roderick
Michael Wincott  as Old Bill
Phoebe Tonkin  as Penny
Jaxon Thomas Williams  as Nathan
Rinko Kikuchi  as Akane
Paul Cooper  as Jean Mi
Bahia Haifi  as Dr. Greene
Wayne Pére  as Therapist
Irene Bedard  as Wichapi
Christopher May  as Blaine Bellamy
David Douglas  as Gitlitz
Bradford Tatum  as Bartender
Julia Jones  as Kohana
Chris Browning  as Holden
David Midthunder  as Takoda
Charmin Lee  as Joanna
Johnny Wactor  as Gunny Thompson
Price Carson  as Barkeep
Kiki Sukezane  as Sakura
Isaac Gonzalez Rossi  as Estefan
Christian Stamm  as Sauer
Lena Georgas  as Lori
Currie Graham  as Craig
Lili Simmons  as New Clementine
Timothy V. Murphy  as Coughlin
Masayoshi Haneda  as Tanaka
Kristy Munden  as Caleb's Mom
Ronnie Gene Blevins  as Engels
Adison LaPenna  as Young Emily
Brian Ames  as Jacobson
Keaton Savage  as Buck Private
Micah Fitzgerald  as Gold Miner Host
Timothy Lee DePriest  as Old Walter
Nia Ragini  as Surveillance Tech
Tai Bennett  as Controller
Josh Clark  as Sheriff Reed
Erica Luttrell  as New Mother
Alex Urbom  as Cleanup Tech
Rex Rudert  as Child Jean Mi
Zane Rudert  as Child Serac
Bilal Mir  as Controller
Tuen Wai Meng  as Fisherman
Gregory Zarian  as Reed Phillips
Sheldon Coolman  as Field Tech
Shvona Lavette Chung  as Field Tech
Sela Ward  as Juliet
Craig Michaelson  as Behavior Tech
Karl L. Sanders  as Cleanup Tech
Christopher Cedeño  as Last Gunman
Charlie Hopkins  as Drunken Guest
Carlos E. Campos  as Surveillance Tech
Robby Rasmussen  as Dying Confederado
Tom Proctor  as Cookie
Liam Cronin  as Body Tech
Joshua Sawtell  as Controller
Phillip E. Walker  as Cold Storage Host
Ying-Ying Lin  as Bargoer
Robert Artz  as Homesteader
Christopher Borden  as 10)
Veronika Mindal  as Resident of Future Singapore
Marco Virgilio  as Host - Dolores' Horde
Dionicio Virvez  as Ghost Nation Warrior
Maynard Bagang  as Boardroom Executive
Nadine Lewington  as Gerhart
Jefferson Mays  as Liam Dempsey Sr.
Katy M. O'Brian  as EMT
D.B. Weiss  as Tech (Dan)
Jack Conley  as Monroe
Booboo Stewart  as Etu
Lawrence Adimora  as Second EMT
Elizabeth Anweis  as The Mortician
David Benioff  as Tech (Dave)
Thomas Kretschmann  as Gerald
Lili Bordán  as Fortune Teller
Jonny Pasvolsky  as Bloody Jimmy
Sarah Alami  as New Kohana
Tantoo Cardinal  as Ehawee
Alexandre Bar  as Young Serac
David Danipour  as Benny
Michael Rose  as McClean
Adam Wang  as Jiang
Bojana Novakovic  as Marti
Eddie Rouse  as Kissy
Wade Williams  as Captain Norris
Nikki Muller  as Financial Advisor
Alastair Duncan  as Cottage Father
Jamieson Price  as Confederado Sergeant
Giancarlo Esposito  as El Lazo
Evan Holtzman  as Narrative Tech
Ryan Alan Mitchell  as QA Responder
Nathin Butler  as Menacing Heavy
Michael Filipowich  as Joe
Brian Gilleece  as Michael
Severin Mahncke  as Lieutenant
Derek Smith  as Stanton
Sherman Augustus  as Marshal Pruitt
Jennifer Neala Page  as Cottage Mother
Hal Havins  as Prospector
Summer Spiro  as Narrative Tech
Al Coronel  as President Filo
Sol Landerman  as Clyde
Brian Francisco Molina  as Mateo
Andreas Riter  as Nazi
Kunal Shetty  as Auctioneer
Christian Yeung  as Incite Tech
Dylan Kenin  as Wagon Driver
Matthew James Roberts  as Cottage Brother
Neil Jackson  as Nicholas
Masaru Shinozuka  as Shogun
Adam Storke  as Sophisticated Man
Tyler Quinlan Abbott  as Lead Rioter
Nelson Lee  as Limbic Dealer
Jelena Williams  as Russian Woman
Windy Marshall  as Barkeep
Judson Mills  as Deputy Roe
Nikhil Pai  as Concerned Tech
Lisa Roumain  as Hysterical Woman
Zayd Kiszonak  as Child William
Hays McEachern  as Soldier
Wei Ren  as Waiter
Toru Uchikado  as New Yakuza
Kyle Bornheimer  as Clarence
Hugo Pierre Martin  as Deputy
Tyler Parks  as Bartender
Corlandos Scott  as Union Soldier
John D. Hickman  as Confused Tech
Trisha LaFache  as Senior Tech
Fredric Lehne  as Colonel Brigham
Sarah Jane MacKay  as Woman in Ball Gown
Wiley M. Pickett  as Donald Pardue
Adel Telesia  as Assistant
Siena Goines  as Dr. Natasha Lang
Matthew Hancock  as Husband
Yoshio Iizuka  as Yakuza Gangster
Alan Pietruszewski  as Commanding Officer
Candice Renee  as Behavior Tech
Steve Sobel  as Thomas
Jordan Hendricks  as Bunny Suit
Andy Taylor Kim  as New Assistant
Scott Peat  as Pardue Brother #3
Brian Yang  as Naval Officer
Cosima Cabrera  as Behavior Tech
Jacob DeMonte-Finn  as Bellowing Man
Louis Ferreira  as Dr. Alpert
Dexter Hobert  as Young Caleb
Andre Johnson  as Officer
Lauren Neal  as Wife
Bobby Tonelli  as Attendant
Anthony Apel  as Gregory
Sal Lopez  as Cigarillo
Mason McCulley  as Todd
Jay Mendoza  as Male Guest
Peter James Smith  as Geo Tech
David Damus  as Curious PMC
Matthew Grondin  as Bunny Suit
Claire Unabia  as Juliet
Al Bayan  as Behavior Tech
Kimberly Connolly  as Woman
Chad Doreck  as Shop Clerk
Caroline Harris  as Young Nurse
Jessica Lindsey  as Caleb's Mom (Young)
Nicholas Massouh  as Businessman
Boone Platt  as QA Specialist
Will Pinson Rose  as Behavior Tech
David Bianchi  as PMC #3
Brett Edwards  as Lead QA Responder
Mark R. Miscione  as Head Tech
Subhah Agarwal  as Maryam
Henree Alyse  as Mom
Cody Banta  as George (Robot)
Salif Hardie  as Waiter
Jason McBeth  as Father
JB Tadena  as QA
Alain Ali Washnevsky  as Broker
Bruno Gunn  as Walrus
Bret Eric Porter  as Union Scout
Eric Ramey  as Narrative Tech
Dieterich Gray  as Rail Baron
Jonathan Medina  as QA Responder #1
Taishi Mizuno  as Koda
Matthew Wimbush  as PMC
Elando Baltimore  as Handsome Man
Rafael Cabrera  as Guard
Zack Duhame  as QA Officer
Remington Hoffman  as Gibbons
Addison Ruiz  as Young Girl
Ying Sayun  as Eunice
Sadie Stratton  as Mother
Darrel Cherney  as Horace
Nanrisa Lee  as Narrative Tech
Kaiwi Lyman  as Branding Soldier
Karan Oberoi  as Mariposa Guest
Albert Kong  as QA Responder #2
James Taku Leung  as Diplomat
Brenna Otts  as Coy Female Host
Gaku Space  as Hip Man
Kelvin Han Yee  as Foreman
Troy Ian Hall  as Levon
Nikol Kollars  as EVP
Mike Mukatis  as Police Officer
Emmie Nagata  as Wife
Quinn Ruiz  as Young Girl
Bridgid Coulter  as Mother of Young Boy
Kanin Howell  as Ivan
George Jonson  as Soldier
Biff Wiff  as Cart Driver
Alvin Cowan  as Burly Confederado
Adam Farabee  as Stable Hand
Paul Riley Fox  as Younger Man
Ricardo Walker  as QA Responder #3
Solomon Brende  as Orderly
Lorna Duyn  as Waitress
Efka Kvaraciejus  as Security Guard
Koji Niiya  as Man
Calvin Seabrooks  as Technician
Samuel West  as Security Guard
Regi Davis  as Father of Young Boy
Jose Rosario  as Manu
Hunter Doohan  as Confederado Scout
Antonio Leon  as Ronald
Shin Shimizu  as Doshin
Jose Alejandro Avendano  as Rico at Hangar
Stephanie Burke  as Waitress
Scott Connors  as Bodyguard
Rob James  as Sergeant
Joseph Salazar  as Worker
Tait Fletcher  as Woodcutter
Mataeo Mingo  as Boy of 8
Robert Allen Mukes  as Behemoth
Mayank Saxena  as QA Tech Futterman
Diana Toshiko  as Costumer
René Ashton  as Female Guest
Blaine Gray  as QA Captain
Sonny Saito  as Emissary
Jenson Cheng  as Liang
Eddie Perez  as Nurse
Cristin McCleary  as Stewardess
Trevante Rhodes  as Bachelor
Seril James  as Ambassador
Ike Kawaguchi  as Stern Guard
Geri-Nikole Love  as Nurse
Robert Morgan  as Buchan
Travis Johns  as Python Cowboy
Folake Olowofoyeku  as Surveillance Tech
Micky Shiloah  as Bachelor
Sean Mann  as Ganju
Cara Mitsuko  as Tech Supervisor
Avery Wada  as Daimyo
John Trejo  as Second Bodyguard
Nathalia Castellon  as Mariposa Girl
Joshua Dov  as Python Cowboy
Keller Wortham  as Bachelor
Mike Damus  as Tech
Mark Anthony Vazquez  as Walkie PMC
Annie Karstens  as Female Tech
Andrea Martina  as German Singer
Patrick Gorman  as Eye Patch
Olivia May  as Hooker
Chris Mollica  as Sinister Guest
Zeke Nicholson  as Body Tech
Troy Mittleider  as QA Officer
Pooja Shah  as Beautiful Woman
Dillan Ostrom  as QA Officer
Dusty Sorg  as Sketchy Guest
Max Bojorquez  as Lawrence's Cousin
Mike Massa  as Stern QA
Austin Priester  as Arroyo
Kimberly Woods  as Hysterical Woman
Granville Ames  as Union Recruiter
Travis Hammer  as Leering Guest
Alex Marshall-Brown  as Hooker
Charles Remley III  as Confederado Sergeant
Scott Lang  as Lead Delos Guard
Jeffrey Muller  as Man on Train
Ashley Haden  as Laura
Steven Allerick  as Delos Guard
Alena Savostikova  as Rico Model
Tim Fox  as Burley Guest
Brook Kerr  as Woman on Train
Cassandra Blair  as Administrator
Angela Leib  as Sobbing Patient
Con Schell  as Deputy Rogers
Bradley Snedeker  as Passenger
Christine Weatherup  as Female Guest
Dorian Kingi  as George (Robot)
Lucas Kwan Peterson  as Shy Guest
Patrick Quinlan  as Passenger
Cheryl Chitty Tan  as Backpack Woman
Mike Bash  as Spellbound Guest
Bianca Lopez  as Diagnostic Programmer
Bo Zhang  as Farm Worker
Molly Schreiber  as Bachelorette
Xiaodong Yang  as Farm Worker
Stefanie Chin  as Girlfriend
Marc Hertle  as Flirting Man
Nihan Gur  as Female Laughing Host
Ford Austin  as Dead technician
Diane Dehn  as Host
Bryan Forrest  as Confederado Colonel
Eunice Chiweshe Goldstein  as Townsperson
Landon Gordon  as Henry
Louie Leonardo  as War Chief
Don Charles McGovern  as Noah Cambrige
Temara Melek  as Townswoman
Kristin Mothersbaugh  as Guest
Sabina Nogic  as Dolores' Horde
Bogdan Szumilas  as Confederado Officer
Kerry Westcott  as Saloon Girl
Seth Zielicke  as Board Member
Courtney Barriger  as Buyer
Marco Stengel  as Young Liam
Aurora Perrineau


What are Westworld filming details?

"Westworld" series are produced by Warner Bros. Television Studios, Bad Robot Productions, HBO Entertainment, Kilter Films and Jerry Weintraub Productions (s. 1).

The average duration of each episode is 57 - 91 minutes. Country of origin: United States. Original language: English.


What are critics and audiences saying about Westworld TV series?

"Westworld" TV series got high rating from critics. IMDB rating is 8.6/10.

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