The Westworld is expanding into the real world with horrifying results.
Breaking Bad alum Aaron Paul has climbed aboard season 3 in a central role, becoming what looks like the lens through which all things will filter.
Showrunners Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy have been talking about season 3’s direction in a new interview with EW:
“This is season is a little less of a guessing game and more of an experience with the hosts finally getting to meet their makers,” said Nolan. “I love shows that find a groove and hang with it for 100 episodes — that was never this show. “We always wanted every season to find our characters in radically different circumstances. And with a cast this talented, watching the metamorphosis of all these characters is one of the most fun parts.”
Aaron Paul’s new role in the series is to be a fresh looking glass for the escaped Dolores (Evan Rachel Wood):
“Aaron’s character will challenge Dolores’ notions about the nature of humanity,” Nolan confirmed. “He’s the type of person who doesn’t get to go to Westworld.”
The series will drop on HBO in 2020.