HBO has released a new trailer for Westworld season 3. The robots are out of the park and all hell is about to break loose. We're now in the real world and things are never going to be the same for the hit series. The trailer clocks in at less than three minutes and there's a lot to unpack as everything seems to be coming to a big crescendo. As is the case with any good trailer, we're left with a lot of questions as to how this will all pan out when the dust settles.
Westworld season 3 is all set to premiere on HBO March 15th, which is now less than a month away. Fans have been waiting a long time to see what happens when Dolores and crew explore the real world. There are some pretty strong Terminator vibes in the footage as it teases the storyline for the upcoming season. We're obviously in the future with Bernard and Dolores outside of the park, but things are about to get crazy since Maeve is recruited by Vincent Cassel's new character to track down and kill Dolores.
Evan Rachel Wood's Dolores is seen helping out Aaron Paul's Caleb character in the Westworld season 3 trailer. They're going to track down the ones responsible for stealing Caleb's future. Tessa Thompson is also back, even though her Charlotte character is dead. This time around, she's a robot programmed by Dolores and her scenes look pretty intense, to say the least. There's a lot of action going on and while it looks to be a bit clearer than season 2, we all know that it won't end up that way.
Westworld season 2 was hard for a lot of fans to wrap their heads around. With that being said, the upcoming season looks like it will be unlike anything we've seen in the HBO series thus far. Ed Harris' William is back and it seems that his days of traveling around the park are also over. He thinks that he has finally found his purpose, which is to save the world. Everything is leading up to something epic, but what that is will remain a mystery until it unfolds in front of us. Knowing Westworld, it will still probably be a mystery after it airs. The trailer continues the musical aspect of the show with a piano version of Guns N' Roses' "Sweet Child O' Mine."
There's still plenty of time to go back and watch the first two seasons of Westworld to prepare. From there, it might not be a bad idea to go in and check out some groups dedicated to discussing the show and its intricate details. There's a lot of support out there for Westworld fans, so might as well utilize it. While we wait for season 3 to premiere, you can check out the latest trailer above, thanks to the HBO YouTube channel.