The explosive first season of HBO's "Westworld" went too quickly, by far. Last night, the final episode of season 1 aired. The show's finale has many fans speculating on what's to come in season 2. The second season will not air for a long time, perhaps not until 2018, although we have been given an early teaser trailer. But until then, fans have plenty of theorizing to keep their minds busy. This article will contain spoilers for the entire first season of Westworld, so read at your own risk. So, what do we have to look forward to in season 2?

What do we know

It has been confirmed that Ed Harris, The Man in Black, will be returning for the second season. Evan Rachel Wood, who plays Dolores Abernathy, and Jeffrey Wright, who plays Bernard, will likewise be returning. Jimmi Simpson will likely not return. Season 2 will, like the first, consist of 10 episodes.

Speculation

In the finale, it was revealed that "Westworld" was not the only robot park.

A samurai world has been revealed. If we look at the 1973 film "Westworld" is based on, there are three parks, Westworld, Medieval World, and Roman world. The sequel, "Futureworld" expanded the parks to include Spaworld ("where old age and pain have been eliminated") and the titular Futureworld, so there's a chance we might see some of these parks as well.

In the finale, Dolores kills Ford. But some Reddit theorists believe that Ford may not be dead.

Well, they think that Ford may have built a host version of himself that is still in existence. Or, that Ford did build a host version of himself and that Dolores Abernathy only "killed" the host. Throughout the show, Dr. Robert Ford is creating something in his underground lab, but we never see what. It's possible that he was creating a doppelgãnger of himself.

Here are my predictions for the next season of HBO's hit series:

  • We will see a host successfully leave the park.
  • The plot will at some point move outside the park.
  • We will see hosts move from one park to another.
  • The issues with the hosts will go public.
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