It was a long wait for "Westworld" to return and due to the outbreak of wildfires in Southern California in December, fans had to sit tight even longer. But HBO renewed the series and the second season will premiere on April 22, 2018, with 10 more episodes. The show has been in intermission for more than a year and fans were able to remain excited the whole time. "Westworld" got the network's highest ratings since "True Detective" and it's was the most-watched first season of any HBO original series. Entertainment Weekly found that showrunners Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy named Season 2 "The Door" and the first episode is called "Journey Into Night." The first season was called "The Maze." Music composer Ramin Djawadi used Nirvana for the new trailer, and the soundtrack for "Westworld" Season 2 is available now.

The Old West theme park is back to indulge high-paying visitors with whatever they want and there's more for guests to enjoy.

There are several Delos theme parks that are either operating or under construction

To keep the show fresh, specific information has not been released about the new parks owned by Delos Incorporated. One of the parks is in old Japan and it's called Shogun World. Viewers were able to see some of the characters at the end of the show's original season. The new trailer includes a couple of screenshots confirming that Shogun World is for real. Showrunners Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy have been very secretive about whether fans will see the other parks in Season 2. They said, "We want to blow the sets up when we are done and move on to another piece of the story." One thing's for sure, the theme parks are all located on an island.

'Westworld' is perceived as having good taste

In the first season, music creators gave viewers a remix of melodies from groups like Soundgarden and the Rolling Stones. It included songs like “Black Hole Sun” and “Paint It, Black.” Now they added Nirvana with “Heart-Shaped Box” in a slower tempo.

During the Super Bowl, the trailer for Season 2 featured a mysterious piano version of Kanye West's "Runaway." The idea is to keep in mind that it's a Western theme park with robots, composer Ramin Djawadi explained. Ramin has also done the music for HBO’s other epic series "Game of Thrones."

HBO hasn't confirmed a list of characters that are coming back this spring. We know that Dolores, Teddy, Maeve, and Bernard were still alive the last time we saw them. But Dr. Ford appeared to be shot dead by Dolores at the end. Fans wonder if he's returning?