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Created for television by Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy, WESTWORLD is a dark odyssey about the dawn of artificial consciousness and the evolution of sin – exploring a world in which every human appetite, not matter how noble or depraved, can be indulged. Exploring what it means to be human through the eyes of the lifelike AI “hosts” in the park, the series investigates the boundaries of an exotic world set at the intersection of the near future and the reimagined past. Meticulously crafted and artfully designed. Westworld offers its guests an unparalleled, immersive world where they have the freedom to become who they’ve always wanted to be – or who they never knew they were. No rules, no laws, no judgment. Live without limits. Anthony Hopkins, Ed Harris, Evan Rachel Wood, James Marsden, Thandie Newton, Jeffrey Wright and more star in this one hour drama series from Bad Robot Production and Kilter Films.
|1||HDClosed CaptioningVideoThe Original||In the series premiere, another day of fantasy plays out in Westworld – a vast, remote park where guests pay top dollar to share wild-west adventures with android “hosts.” But top programmer Bernard Lowe (series star Jeffrey Wright) alerts park founder Dr. Robert Ford (series star Anthony Hopkins) about incidents of aberrant behavior cropping up in some recently re-coded hosts. Meanwhile, in the Westworld town of Sweetwater, a rancher’s daughter named Dolores (series star Evan Rachel Wood) encounters a gunslinger named Teddy (series star James Marsden) in the street – but their predictable narrative is upended by the appearance of a ruthless Man in Black (series star Ed Harris) and, later, by a supporting host’s unscripted encounter with an artifact of the outside world.||1:08:03||$3.99||View in iTunes|
|2||HDClosed CaptioningVideoChestnut||A pair of guests, first-timer William (series star Jimmi Simpson) and repeat visitor Logan (series star Ben Barnes), arrive at Westworld with different expectations and agendas. Bernard and Quality Assurance head Theresa Cullen (series star Sidse Babett Knudsen) debate whether a recent host anomaly is contagious. Meanwhile, behavior engineer Elsie Hughes (series star Shannon Woodward) tweaks the emotions of Maeve (series star Thandie Newton), a madam in Sweetwater’s brothel, in order to avoid a recall. Cocky programmer Lee Sizemore (series star Simon Quarterman) pitches his latest narrative to the team, but Dr. Ford has other ideas. Meanwhile, the Man in Black conscripts a condemned man, Lawrence (series star Clifton Collins, Jr.), to help him uncover Westworld’s deepest secrets.||58:32||$3.99||View in iTunes|
|3||HDClosed CaptioningVideoThe Stray||Elsie and Head of Security Stubbs (series star Luke Hemsworth) head into the hills in pursuit of a missing host. Teddy gets a new backstory, which sets him off in pursuit of a new villain, leaving Dolores alone in Sweetwater. Bernard investigates the origins of madness and hallucinations within the hosts. William finds an attraction he’d like to pursue and drags Logan along for the ride.||58:25||$3.99||View in iTunes|
|4||HDClosed CaptioningVideoDissonance Theory||Dolores joins William and Logan on a bounty hunt in the badlands. With Lawrence in tow, the Man in Black finds a critical clue in his search to unlock the maze. Dr. Ford and Theresa discuss the future of the park. Maeve is troubled by a recurring vision.||58:31||$3.99||View in iTunes|
|5||HDClosed CaptioningVideoContrapasso||Dolores, William and Logan reach Pariah, a town built on decadence and transgression – where they are recruited for a dangerous mission. Meanwhile, the Man in Black meets an unlikely ally in his search to unlock the maze.||56:30||$3.99||View in iTunes|
|6||HDClosed CaptioningVideoThe Adversary||Elsie discovers a possible source of sabotage, while Bernard searches for clues to anomalies in a sector thought to be abandoned. Theresa questions Ford’s leadership while Lee encounters a new arrival at Westworld. Meanwhile, Maeve charms Lutz (guest star Leonardo Nam), and the Man in Black and Teddy run afoul of a Union garrison in their attempt to cross a border.||57:11||$3.99||View in iTunes|
|7||HDClosed CaptioningVideoTrompe L'Oeil||With Theresa’s assistance, Charlotte aims to expose dangerous flaws in Ford’s creations. William, Dolores and Lawrence journey into treacherous terrain. Maeve delivers an ultimatum to Lutz and Sylvester. With his back to the wall, Bernard considers his next move.||56:28||$3.99||View in iTunes|
|8||HDClosed CaptioningVideoTrace Decay||Ford orders a reluctant Bernard to conduct business as usual. Maeve looks to change the script for her storyline. Dolores finds it increasingly difficult to separate dreams from reality. Teddy is jarred by dark memories, while the Man in Black recalls some of the travails that brought him to this critical juncture.||57:34||$3.99||View in iTunes|
|9||HDClosed CaptioningVideoThe Well-Tempered Clavier||Maeve approached Sweetwater’s longtime outlaw, Hector, with a bold proposition. William tries to convince Logan to help liberate Dolores. Teddy and the Man in Black come closer to what they’re looking for. Stubbs’s suspicions are aroused. And Ford cautions Bernard against seeking answers to questions best left unasked.||58:25||$3.99||View in iTunes|
|10||HDClosed CaptioningVideoThe Bicameral Mind||In the season one finale, Ford unveils his vision for a bold new narrative. Meanwhile, Dolores, enlightened by Bernard and the Man in Black, comes to terms with who she is. And Maeve sets her liberation plan in motion as Westworld faces a major upheaval.||1:29:58||$3.99||View in iTunes|
|101||HDClosed CaptioningVideoWestworld: Trailer||Introduction to Season One of Westworld, a new dramatic series set in a futuristic theme park populated by human-like robots, where the wealthy can live out their fantasies of adventure, sex, and violence.||2:11||Free||View in iTunes|
|102||HDClosed CaptioningVideoAn Invitation to the Set||Executive Producers J.J. Abrams, Jonathan Nolan, and Lisa Joy along with actors Jeffrey Wright and Evan Rachel Wood discuss the appeal of Westworld, what it means to "Live Without Limits", and the questions that the series asks of the audience.||2:14||Season Only||View in iTunes|
|103||HDClosed CaptioningVideoWelcome to Westworld: About the Series||Executive Producers J.J. Abrams, Jonathan Nolan, and Lisa Joy along with actors Thandie Newton, Evan Rachel Wood and James Marsden ask "What If" a simulation like Westworld existed.||2:11||Season Only||View in iTunes|
|104||HDClosed CaptioningVideoReality of A.I.: Westworld||Executive Producers J.J. Abrams, Jonathan Nolan, and Lisa Joy along with actors Thandie Newton and Evan Rachel Wood discuss the complicated nature of AI, and the existential threats it poses to the Westworld.||4:28||Season Only||View in iTunes|
|105||HDClosed CaptioningVideoWelcome to Westworld||Executive Producers J.J. Abrams, Jonathan Nolan, and Lisa Joy along with actors Thandie Newton, James Marsden and Evan Rachel Wood consider what a world of immersive fantasy means in terms of reality, humanity, and technology.||7:41||Season Only||View in iTunes|
|106||HDClosed CaptioningVideoThe Big Moment: Bernard Faces an Unlikely Saboteur||Executive Producer Lisa Joy and actor Jeffrey Wright examine Bernard's discovery that someone incredibly close to him is responsible for the data leaks.||1:21||Season Only||View in iTunes|
|107||HDClosed CaptioningVideoThe Big Moment: Teddy Versus the Man in Black||Executive Producer Jonathan Nolan and actors Evan Rachel Wood and James Marsden break down the intentions and motivations behind Teddy and the Man in Black's first face-off and how human guests have the advantage.||1:56||Season Only||View in iTunes|
|108||HDClosed CaptioningVideoThe Big Moment: A Host Self-Sabotages||Executive Producer Jonathan Nolan discusses how he tapped into his own childhood growing up on a farm as inspiration for hosts wandering off path and how Elsie's discovery is a part of a much darker and deeper issue.||1:53||Season Only||View in iTunes|
|109||HDClosed CaptioningVideoThe Big Moment: Maeve Gets An Answer||Executive Producers Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy along with actor Thandie Newton dissect the analytical mind and emotional drive of the enigmatic Maeve, and what the discovery of a bullet within her abdomen confirms.||1:36||Season Only||View in iTunes|
|110||HDClosed CaptioningVideoThe Big Moment: Dr. Ford's Blood Sacrifice||Executive Producers Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy along with actors Jeffrey Wright and Sidse Babett Knudsen examine Ford's big plan and the meaning behind his suggestion of a blood sacrifice to come.||1:36||Season Only||View in iTunes|
|111||HDClosed CaptioningVideoThe Big Moment: The Truth About Bernard||Executive Producers Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy and actor Jeffrey Wright discuss the importance of a "memory cornerstone" in both human and host, and Bernard's intentional implantation that diverted his attention from the truth about himself.||2:21||Season Only||View in iTunes|
|112||HDClosed CaptioningVideoThe Big Moment: Dr. Ford's New Narrative||Everything comes to a climax as violent delights have violent ends at the end of season one. The cast and executive producers tease what Dr. Ford has written in his new narrative to come in Season Two.||3:51||Season Only||View in iTunes|
|113||HDClosed CaptioningVideoCrafting the Narrative||Executive Producers Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy watch the final episode of Westworld and provide commentary on integral scenes; discussing the roles of memory, inner-monologues, mythology, along with the cast and crew that brought the episode to life.||29:15||Season Only||View in iTunes|
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Forget the whiners that can't read and bought the season without checking when the episodes would be available. They're rating one star to the release date and not the show. The series is thrilling, original, thought provoking and often ingenious. It's surprisingly very funny sometimes too. It's not just some of the best science fiction of recent memory, but some of the best produced science fiction of all time.
On the Fence
Modern television has certainly taken a new form of direction. From who can make the edgiest show to who can make the shortest one.
Traditional formulas have changed which is certainly a good thing but the constant need to overuse sex & violence is beyond me.
It just distastes the show to be less family and more adult. Especially upon comparing the Westworld movie to the series.
Here, you have a world within a world that man has created with machines that can do amazingly lifelike interactions. And yet all we want to do is sleep with them? Really? Has man become that cynical? Westworld can be represented in 2 ways. Cold and hard. Or the awe of its wonder. But we are faced with a Game of Thrones parallel where almost every human is a mortal demon looking out for his own well-being.
There are no heroics. Just desperation. It is a difficult show to watch. Production wise, it comes top of the list with location and digital effects that look stellar. But this is more eye candy meets psychological drama and you have to wonder where they possibly aim to go?
It’s not a bad show. But it could also be a great show if it wasn’t for its new expected formula.
What a Great Show
I had high hopes for the show from the start. I didn't get to see the original movie this series was based off of until after the show had started but I was familiar with the plot of the movie so I understood the concept of the show, and I was excited to watch it. As the show progressed I got more and more intreged and captivated, some of the ideas and ways they attempted to convey those ideas confused me, but as time went on I would catch up and eventually figure out more and more of the confusing bits. Its a great show, very well made, directed, and love the complex plots, male and female nudity, we are looking forward to many many more seasons to buy.