The first season of HBO's "Westworld" was an odd show to say the least. Telling of an amusement park in which guests interact with artificial humans in an old-west setting, the show was one you really had to invest a lot of time in before you started to see any payoff. In fact, you'd be forgiven for thinking that the program just wasn't getting anywhere after the first few episodes. However, the plotlines do eventually begin to develop, as does the wide array of characters, who all seem to be searching for something in this bizarre park where your wildest dreams can come true.
On the whole, it was decently satisfying, and it certainly made you want to know where it was going to go next. Luckily, the first teaser for the show's second season debuted at Comic-con today, giving us just a small glimpse of things to come. Indeed, we don't see very much, but it does provide us with a look at Jeffrey Wright, a trigger-happy Evan Rachel Wood, and a bloody-faced Ed Harris, basically letting us know that the carnage from the season finale is not quite over, and that the uprising had only just begun.
"Westworld," recently nominated for a whopping 22 Emmys, including Outstanding Drama Series, Writing (Drama), Directing (Drama), and all four major acting categories, returns for its second season sometime in 2018, presumably in the fall.
Take a look at the blood-soaked trailer above and let us know what you think in the comments below!