"Westworld" Season 3 Key Art & Graphic Show Free Will Comes With a Price [PREVIEW]

With series creators Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy setting the third season of Westworld for Sunday, March 15, HBO has released new key art and motion graphics that all unify behind one message:

In "The New World", free will is not free. It comes with a price – a very expensive one.

Worlds and ways of thinking are ready to collide – played out in the interactions and growing relationship between Aaron Paul's Caleb and Dolores (Evan Rachel Wood). Of course, there are other "wild cards" at play – including Maeve (Thandie Newton), who we see in Nazi Germany-set scenes – which has us wondering if that will be a factor in what feels like an impending conflict between man and machine.

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Now we're getting a sense of what happens when a god-like system runs head-long into we're assuming Dolores – creating a "critical event" that we're sure we'll find out more about when the third season of Westworld premieres March 15, 2020, on HBO, as you're about to learn in the following date announce video:


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Ray FlookAbout Ray Flook

Serving as Television Editor since 2018, Ray began five years earlier as a contributing writer/photographer before being brought onto the core BC team in 2017.
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