Published: Mon, February 05, 2018
Entertaiment | By Minnie Bishop

Westworld Season 2 Release Date Confirmed In Super Bowl Trailer

Westworld Season 2 Release Date Confirmed In Super Bowl Trailer

HBO's Westworld wrapped up its first season with plenty of twists, surprises, and unanswered questions, and now the show's upcoming second season has just received its first formal trailer.

Judging by the first trailer, Delores will not only be leading the revolution against the overlords at the theme park but she plans to burn this world down and build a new one. As is custom with the series, the trailer came equipped with an instrumental cover of a popular contemporary song, albeit not a Radiohead number: Kanye West's "Runaway", brought to life with that signature Westworld style by series composer Ramin Djawadi.

Westworld returns on April 22. We can save this world.

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Sunday's commercial will cost HBO a hefty price since 2017's ad spots cost an estimated 5.5million dollars for 30 seconds, according to Sports Illustrated. Get caught up on the series here, and see more on the show in the video below. Are the robots seriously taking over or is there simply a new master in charge? The first season concluded in December 2016, and the producers quickly revealed that the second installment would be on hold for some time, likely not debuting until 2018. We're going to go ahead and guess everything involving mechanical bulls turning on their human overlords is metaphorical made-for-Super-Bowl magic to represent the way the androids of Season 1 turned on their masters.

Watch the full trailer, below. The series will return on April 22. Sound off in the comments section below, and keep checking THR.com/Westworld for more coverage of the HBO drama.

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