Westworldco-creators Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy are ecstatic about their plans for the upcoming Season 2. In an interview at the Emmy’s, the couple teased that fans of the series can expect more disturbing and violent episode including a “bloodbath.”

Jonathan revealed that his wife created something “far more” disturbing and violent than they had originally planned. He told Michael Ausiello of TVLine that Lisa has directed an episode that she has somehow transformed into a “bloodbath”.

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The said storyline is going to appear in the fourth episode and it was actually Lisa’s first directorial job. She admitted that she was not very confident to do it and felt like as if someone gave her a Ferrari and told her to drive without crashing it.

Does Maeve Millay have something to do with this “bloodbath?”

Fans of the series can recall that in the season 1 finale, Maeve Millay (played by Thandie Newton) opted to forego her freedom by exercising her free will. She was shown going back to the park to save her daughter, which would be continued in the new season.

In an interview with Deadline, Newton confirmed that Maeve has returned into the world that she has previously abandoned. The actress described this plot to be extremely courageous. She also labeled it to be very costly and terrifying.

Furthermore, Newton also mentioned that Maeve’s gesture to escape the park was actually programmed. The actress also added that she found Maeve’s choice to be “violently disturbing.” She explained that the character’s situation, which is having a mind that is not her own, is deeply disturbing.

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Considering these spoilers from the series regular actor, it seems that the “bloodbath” episode will include Maeve. It remains to be seen how the story will turn out to be a massive annihilation.

How did the show play at the recent Emmy Awards?

“Westworld” pulled in a total of 22 nominations at the Emmy Awards last night, which ties up with the number of nominations earned by “Saturday Night Live.” Although the majority were expecting the show to win more titles, the name of the series was not called. Unfortunately, the show did not win any from the more than 20 nominations.

However, despite not winning any major award from the Emmy’s live telecast last night, “Westworld” has already won recognition from the Creative Arts Emmys ceremony on Sept. 10. The show won in the Best Drama Casting, Best Series Cinematography, Best Period/Fantasy Costumes, Best Main Title Design, and Best Prosthetic Makeup categories, GoldDerby has listed.

Westworldseason 2 is set to premiere next year in HBO.