Fans across the globe have been racking their brains, trying to discover the secrets to HBO's newest hit series, Westworld.
The show has been acclaimed for it's beautiful and twisting narrative, and it seems as though each fan is just trying to beat the story to its own ending. Theories about the Man In Black, Arnold, The Maze, and Dolores are all over the internet, and the fans don't seem to be slowing down.
Furthermore, it seems like each episode just makes things even more confusing. Just when you think you have something figured out, another moment throws you for a loop.
In an attemp to help audiences, HBO has released the titles and episode descriptions for the next four episode, prior to their release. If we're being honest, this tactic will probably be more frustrating than helpful. After all, the more we think we know, the less we actually know.
All that being said, it is nice to see what's coming up this month with the series. If you want to know, keep scrolling to see the episode titles and descriptions for the November episodes of Westworld.
Episode #6: “The Adversary”
Maeve (Thandie Newton) charms Lutz (Leonardo Nam); Elsie (Shannon
Woodward) uncovers possible sabotage; the Man in Black (Ed Harris) and Teddy (James
Marsden) run afoul of a garrison.
Episode #7: “Trompe L’Oeil”
Dolores (Evan Rachel Wood) and William (Jimmi Simpson) journey into treacherous terrain; Maeve (Thandie Newton) delivers an ultimatum; Bernard (Jeffrey Wright) considers his next move.
Episode #8: “Trace Decay
Bernard (Jeffrey Wright) struggles with a mandate; Maeve (Thandie Newton) looks
to change her script; Teddy (James Marsden) is jarred by dark memories.
Episode #9: “The Well-Tempered Clavier”
Dolores (Evan Rachel Wood) and Bernard (Jeffrey Wright) reconnect with their
pasts; Maeve (Thandie Newton) makes a bold proposition to Hector (Rodrigo Santoro);
Teddy (James Marsden) finds enlightenment, at a price.
It looks like we can prepare for a few crazy weeks ahead on Westworld. Seeing The Man In Black and Teddy work together is intriguing, but nothing compares to getting a deeper dive into the pasts of Bernard and Dolores.
With all the speculation, there's only one thing for sure: Westworld is only getting started.