HBO Renews Westworld For Season 2 With Divorce And Insecure

Posted: Nov 15 2016, 8:01am CST | by , in News | Latest TV News

 

HBO Renews Westworld for Season 2 with Divorce and Insecure
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  • HBO Confirms the Renewal of Season 2 of Westworld
 

HBO confirms the second season renewal of Westworld along with comedy shows Divorce and Insecure

It must be a great feeling that all the TV shows that you put out on the network work out for the best. HBO is definitely feeling the pride as it confirms the second season for three of its fall shows including Westworld, Insecure and Divorce.

Insecure and Divorce are both comedy shows which the network described as having different voices and tones. They are glad that the shows did well with the audience.

The great news is the renewal of the second season of Westworld. The show based on the the 1973 Michael Crichton movie and produced by corporate sibling Warner Bros.

Television with J.J. Abrams and the late Jerry Weintraub among its exec producers; the pilot for the show was picked up in August 2013 and ordered to series in November 2014 under former HBO programming president Michael Lombardo.

Since then the show budget has reached over $100 million to deliver an android hosted theme park where rich guests can come to indulge their desires and ‘find their true selves’.

HBO programming president Casey Bloys said about the show’s second season, “Westworld is such a big, ambitious show. I don't know if it will be fall of 2017 or into '18”.

Co-creators/showrunners Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy said in a statement to THR, “"We’re thrilled that the saga of Westworld will continue for another season. During the lengthy journey to the screen, our incredibly talented actors, staff and crew became a family, and we look forward to the privilege of continuing this experience with them.  We’re also thankful to all of our amazing partners at HBO, WBTV and Bad Robot for their steadfast support, imagination and ambition. We simply couldn't have made this show anywhere else."

The show’s official social media features a teaser in which we see an interrupted feed and Ford’s voice in the background that is saying that he just wanted to build narratives and tell stories but there are still deeper meanings to the Westworld. We will have to wait for the second season to see what deeper meaning dwells for the guests and the audience of the Westworld.

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