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News Westworld Season 1 Finale Is 90 Minutes Long, Will Answer Big Questions

News Bot Nov 28, 2016

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    This Sunday's Westworld Season 1 finale will be 90 minutes long and, combined with the major reveals from Episode 9, should tie up loose ends from the first season, producers said in a new interview. However, it won't answer all the questions fans may have about the gripping sci-fi/western.


    "We weren't interested in spinning out mysteries with no answers in sight," Jonathan Nolan told Entertainment Weekly. "Our goal is to tell an ambitious story in season-long chapters, each with a distinct feel and theme."

    For her part, Joy said the Season 1 finale will answer "most" of the questions viewers may have. "Except for the most important one: What happens next," she said.

    Jonathan Nolan, the brother of Inception and The Dark Knight director Christopher Nolan, directed the Westworld Season 1 finale; he also did the pilot.

    Episode 10, Westworld's Season 1 finale, is titled "The Bicameral Mind." You can watch this spoiler-filled video to get a glimpse of what to expect.

    We don't know much about Westworld Season 2, apart from the fact that it will show how the park's robots are powered. It was confirmed earlier this month, at which time HBO also said the show had stronger ratings than Game of Thrones' first season over a similar period of time. Season 2 has been described as "mysterious and exciting," while a major Season 1 star is coming back.

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