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HBO cancels Westworld



HBO cancels Westworld

A very complex series with good ideas is now canceled by HBO after four seasons, according to American media. HBO has announced the closure of season 4 of Westworld. The reasons? American news outlet Variety has learned that a variety of factors led to the decision to cancel the sci-fi drama, including the high cost of production, declining viewership and an ongoing evaluation of the program from the new parent company of HBO, Warner Bros. Discovery.

Developed by producer duo Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy and produced by JJ Abrams, Westworld starred Evan Rachel Wood, Thandiwe Newton, Ed Harris, Jeffrey Wright, Tessa Thompson, Luke Hemsworth, Aaron Paul, Angela Sarafyan and James Marsden in the main roles. Season 4 newcomers include Ariana DeBose, Aurora Perrineau, and Daniel Wu.

Westworld first aired in October 2016. The series revolved around the amusement park with AI “hosts” in a Wild West setting. In Season 2, the series expanded beyond Westworld to nearby theme parks owned and operated by the same fictional dystopian corporation, and in Season 3, it ventured into the “real world” throughout its futuristic splendour. The eight-episode fourth season of Westworld premiered on June 26. In this country, you can watch Westworld on Sky. Westworld is based on the 1973 film of the same name directed by Michael Crichton.

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