Westworld: Season 2 (2018)



Critic Consensus: Westworld builds on its experimental first season, diving deeper into the human side of AI without losing any of its stylish, bloody glory.


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Season 2 of the drama series deals with the aftermath of the massacre of the Delos board members that closed the previous season. As different timelines overlap, Dolores (Evan Rachel Wood) puts together an army of hosts and hunts the survivors, planning to take over the real world; meanwhile, Charlotte (Tessa Thompson) tries to understand what happened and regain control of the park. Others embark on different but related quests: Maeve (Thandie Newton) goes looking for her daughter, helped by Hector (Rodrigo Santoro) and Lee (Simon Quarterman); Bernard (Jeffrey Wright) tries to find a solution to the situation without revealing his identity; from beyond the grave, Ford (Anthony Hopkins) ropes William (Ed Harris) into a new game and sends him on a search for the Door, without revealing what it really is.


Anthony Hopkins
as Dr. Robert Ford
Ed Harris
as The Man in Black
Evan Rachel Wood
as Dolores Abernathy
James Marsden
as Teddy Flood
Thandie Newton
as Maeve Millay
Jeffrey Wright
as Bernard Lowe
Tessa Thompson
as Charlotte Hale
Sidse Babett Knudsen
as Theresa Cullen
Rodrigo Santoro
as Hector Escaton
Shannon Woodward
as Elsie Hughes
Simon Quarterman
as Lee Sizemore
Angela Sarafyan
as Clementine Pennyfeather
Eddie Rouse
as Kisecawchuck
Fares Fares
as Antoine Costa
Louis Herthum
as Peter Abernathy
Neil Jackson
as Nicholas
Oliver Bell
as Young Robert Ford
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Critic Reviews for Westworld Season 2

All Critics (75) | Top Critics (26)

The show is swimming in blood, timelines and fortune-cookie wisdom. But the show has lost the curiosity factor that made the original season engrossing.

May 8, 2018 | Full Review…
Top Critic

It's also fascinating to explore the extent to which the hosts are still staying on-script and the extent to which they're going AWOL.

May 7, 2018 | Full Review…

The good news is that there's a glimpse of a stunning new themed world to keep the viewer hooked on this hokum.

May 2, 2018 | Rating: 4/5 | Full Review…

Season two promises to be quite the ride.

Apr 20, 2018 | Full Review…

It's again easy to get lost in HBO's Westworld, both from a total absorption standpoint and in trying to deduce what possibly, or impossibly, is going on.

Apr 20, 2018 | Rating: B+ | Full Review…
Top Critic

Filled with wonder one moment, brutally ruthless the next, Doris keeps the sprawling HBO drama electric with uncertainty and dread.

Apr 19, 2018 | Full Review…

Yes, Westworld expertly evokes a sense of bleak alienation. But you can get that from Coronation Street: and at least you'll know what's going on.

Mar 8, 2019 | Rating: 3/5 | Full Review…

On cultural cue, Westworld series two's first episode - in which hosts have broken free of their programmed "loops" and killed most of the guests and the Delos board - delivers the female "glow up" we've all been waiting for.

Feb 15, 2019 | Full Review…

This season, the power belongs solely with the women.

Feb 12, 2019 | Full Review…

Westworld, and the possibility of change

Jan 30, 2019 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for Westworld: Season 2

Slightly tedious but worth it for the finale

A great experimentation of nonlinear storytelling. A show that actually looks to be creative.

Not as great as first season but still epic

A little bit of a step down narratively speaking. The three timelines at the same time is a bit jarring and lead to a lot of disconnects. I found myself at times not wanting to keep watching or losing interest but forced myself through it. Good enough to make me look forward to season 3.

Bad writing. Bad direction.

Ambitious, but the series runs into the soap opera issue of twisting the narrative a little too much. Grand visuals and an ending that really transcends the storyline, sadly the overall arc is a little hit and miss. 26/05/2019

Brendan N Super Reviewer

*My Rating 10/10. *Based on Smilutated Reality where Future advance Civilization Creats Humans and make a simulated reality world. its a masterpiece for comprehensive info about "Simulated Reality" to also gives you info that to get rid of "f**king religious bullsh*t", yes I have watched prometheus and the matrix etc but this is different and creative and unique. This type of story you can't forget your whole life its mind bending & philosophical masterpiece. *I use to skip and move forward while watching but watching this one I was unable to do because its very creative and you can't skip in order to properly understand the plot and every episode makes it better. *till now I considered that the Game of thrones is the best of show of "HBO" but after watching this one I was wrong becasuse "west world" have done the realism at its best "NO F**king bullsh*t censors" and this one is the best show of "HBO" in my List. *Never disappointed after watching show from the legend "Jonathan Nolan". Hats off to Jonathan Nolan & Lisa Joy for this epic show basically I have no word to explain how beautiful this show is... its just a tremendous masterpiece "A MUST WATCH SHOW". *This is one of my favorite tv shows & very excited for season 3 (2020). Best Regards

Una segunda temporada que nos muestra que es posible continuar una historia y mejorarla.

Evan rachel wood kills this season.

Yes! All our questions from the first season are finally answered! Some solid writing combines all the strings and loose ends in a well thought out series. The modern gunfights are a pain to watch though.

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