Why ‘Westworld’ Won’t Return Until 2018 AND A Supercut Of Every Time Teddy Got Killed In Season One
To save you bros some time today I figured I’d do some combo blogging on HBO’s Westworld and 1) share with you the news of why the show’s creators say Westworld won’t be back until at least 2018, and 2) this dope ass supercut of every time Teddy got whacked in Season 1. I started out wanting to just blog the supercut of Teddy getting killed on repeat, which by the way isn’t really a spoiler because everyone gets killed repeatedly but there are spoilers in the supercut if you haven’t caught up to the finale yet.
Anyways, first up, let’s look at what Westworld co-creator Jonathan Nolan (director Christopher Nolan’s brother) had to say about why the show won’t return until at least 2018 during an interview with Daniel Holloway of Variety:
Nolan: We won’t be on the air until 2018. We started that conversation with the network when were shooting Episode 2 and we realized the complexity of trying to write and produce the show at the same time. We both work in the movie business as well, and in the movie business the best that you can possibly hope for with a film franchise is to turn around another installment in two or three years. So really on that schedule, we’re doing great.
The entire interview is illuminating, and he drops some serious truth bombs about Ford. So if you’ve already watched the finale and are interested in Ford’s role in Season 2 you can CLICK HERE to read that interview in full, but not before you watch this supercut of every time Teddy (played by James Marsden) got killed in Westworld Season 1.
Now, like I said above, there are spoilers in this video if you’re not completely caught up so you might want to hold off on watching this supercut until you’ve watched all of Season 1 (via DIGG):