HBO has released a mysterious new teaser for Westworld season 3. Instead of the familiar faces we have seen in the previous two season, we're introduced to a new shady tech company. It's more of a commercial for this new company Incite. What does Incite do? Well, it seems they do just about everything and are here to take care of whatever problems we may have in our lives, including climate change and finding jobs. Fictional Incite co-founder Liam Dempsey Sr. (Jefferson Mays) has this to say.
"The world is complex, complicated, messy but life doesn't have to be. The future is powered by you and we know you. Incite is different. We're not Silicon Valley vaporware. We have unprecedented computing capabilities, analyzing data for life's most unsolvable problems. We can protect our climate and we can find you a career you can be excited about. The possibilities are limitless. With Incite, the only choice you'll have to make is us."
Right off the bat, something seems off about this, following the Westworld Season 3 Comic-Con trailer. Liam Dempsey Sr. is too slick and one can easily tell that there is something nefarious going on with the company and its CEO. Like anything having to do with the show, including the storylines, the teaser offers more questions than answers. How will this new company come into play with Delos?
Incite will more than likely be shown as a rival to Delos in Westworld season 3, though we can't say for certain. HBO has kept a tight lid on the mysterious upcoming season and we don't know much about it. While we don't know specifics, we do know that Dolores and Bernard are now outside of the park, which should make for an intriguing storyline. Aaron Paul, Vincent Cassel, Lena Waithe, Scott Mescudi, and Marshawn Lynch are new to the series. It has also been promised that new Westworld episodes will be less confusing this time around.
Westworld stars Evan Rachel Wood, Thandie Newton, Jeffrey Wright, Tessa Thompson, and Luke Hemsworth. Throughout two seasons, the series has been able to confuse fans and start a bunch of conspiracy theories, which showrunners Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy take pride in. Every week, a new episode adds to the puzzle as fans try to decipher what's really going on with Delos and now Incite. Things only look like they're going to get crazier, so it might be a good time to go back and watch the first two seasons and then head into some fan theories. Jonathan Nolan says, "This season is a little less of a guessing game and more of an experience with the hosts finally getting to meet their makers." That sounds pretty interesting, to say the least.
HBO has yet to set an official release date for Westworld season 3. They have only revealed that it is coming some time in 2020. Obviously, fans are hoping that the show will air early in the year. The first season started in October and the second started in April, so we don't really have a concrete estimate, though the spring sounds about right. The latest Westworld teaser comes to us from the HBO YouTube channel.