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Westworld 1 Season

In Season 1 of this series set in a Wild West fantasy park, a group of android 'hosts' begin to deviate from their scripts.

Starring:
Anthony Hopkins, Ed Harris, Evan Rachel Wood

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Season 1

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1. The Original

HD. 'The Original.' Series Premiere. Programmers at a visionary park worry over aberrant behavior by android 'hosts.'

CC Language: English Runtime: 1 hour, 12 minutes Release date: October 2, 2016

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2. Chestnut

HD. 'Chestnut.' (Season One) A pair of new guests arrive at Westworld; engineers debate whether a recent host anomaly is contagious.

CC Language: English Runtime: 1 hour, 1 minute Release date: October 6, 2016

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3. The Stray

HD. 'The Stray.' (Season One) A rogue host goes missing in the hills; Teddy receives a new backstory, setting him off after a new villain.

CC Language: English Runtime: 1 hour, 3 minutes Release date: October 16, 2016

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4. Dissonance Theory

HD. 'Dissonance Theory.' (Season One) The Man in Black finds a clue towards the maze; Maeve is troubled by a recurring vision.

CC Language: English Runtime: 1 hour, 3 minutes Release date: October 23, 2016

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5. Contrapasso

HD. 'Contrapasso.' (Season One) Dolores and William are recruited for a dangerous mission in Pariah, a city of sin and sex.

CC Language: English Runtime: 59 minutes Release date: October 30, 2016

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6. The Adversary

HD. 'The Adversary.' (Season One) Maeve charms Lutz; Elsie uncovers possible sabotage; The Man in Black and Teddy run afoul of a garrison.

CC Language: English Runtime: 1 hour, 1 minute Release date: November 6, 2016

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7. Trompe L'Oeil

HD. 'Trompe L'Oeil.' (Season One) Dolores and William journey into treacherous terrain; Maeve delivers an ultimatum.

CC Language: English Runtime: 1 hour Release date: November 13, 2016

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8. Trace Decay

HD. 'Trace Decay.' (Season One) Bernard struggles with a mandate; Maeve looks to change her script; Teddy is jarred by dark memories.

CC Language: English Runtime: 1 hour Release date: November 20, 2016

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9. The Well-Tempered Clavier

HD. 'The Well-Tempered Clavier.' (Season One) Dolores and Bernard reconnect with their pasts; Maeve makes a bold proposition to Hector.

TV-MA CC Language: English Runtime: 1 hour, 4 minutes Release date: November 27, 2016

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10. The Bicameral Mind

HD. 'The Bicameral Mind.' Season One Finale. Ford unveils his bold new narrative; Dolores embraces her identity; Maeve sets her plan in motion.

TV-MA CC Language: English Runtime: 1 hour, 35 minutes Release date: December 4, 2016

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101. Westworld: Trailer

Introduction to Season One of Westworld, a new dramatic series set in a futuristic theme park populated by human-like robots, where the wealthy can live out their fantasies of adventure, sex, and violence.

TV-NR CC Language: English Runtime: 2 minutes Release date: December 25, 2016
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By Liat2768 VINE VOICE on November 11, 2016
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Based on Michael Crichton's novel this is a revamped and re-imagined version of the Westworld from the Yul Brynner Flick. There are plenty of descriptions online about what the show is about but the designs, the story, the special effects and the casting are pitch perfect. There are challenges to our ideas of what constitutes personhood (the philosophical kind), murder, evil and good. James Marsden, Anthony Hopkins and Ed Harris put in superb performances. Marsden is often underestimated and does not get the best of roles. Hopefully Westworld will bring him the attention he deserves.

The show is definitely not designed to be family friendly. There is blood and gore and nudity at every turn. Not a show for someone offended by sex and violence.

I don't have HBO and I was able to watch the series via the HBO Now app which does not require a cable subscription - just a compatible device. In my case I have a fire stick that works great.
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Loved it, although it starts out in a way that feels slow until you reach the end and realize why it was done that way. By the fourth or fifth episode, the pace picks up. I suppose what is great about this series, in addition to the brilliant acting and amazing effects, are the reflections on how consciousness and memory form identity, the meaning of suffering, what it means to be aware in a universe not of our own making, and what is within the power of prisoners of brain wiring and programming to ultimately grasp or change.
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Yes! Yes! Yes! As an older woman, I found the Delores, Maeve, Clementine, and Armistice character development the most amazing I have ever seen. I loved every captivating minute of Episode 1 and was never disappointed.
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This is one of the better television series I've seen in a long time. Its smart, well acted, cleverly written, has a deep point of view and manages to really tell a good story. On the downside, it suffers from the same problem many things on HBO do: lots of gratuitous sex 'n violence that adds little to the story. It reminded me of "Rome" in that sense. Cut out the gratuitous half of any episode and there is something really spectacular there. I understand why HBO has to do this. Because without the gratuitous stuff, there isn't enough of an audience to get a series like this made. But its still disappointing.

The story is about a deep series of questions. What is consciousness? What do people want in a story? How do people play games? There are also parts that directly go to the question of elites and what the responsibility of elites is to the little people in the world they "own".

While the original westworld was a study in theme parks built around the 1960s Disneyworld concept, this Westworld is about the revolution in computer gaming that happened in the early 2000s with the emergence of immersive video games like Grand Theft Auto and how people play those games. The series doesn't go as far with an exploration of how and why people play games as I would have liked. But it makes some good observations on how the most "common" sort of people play those games.

The show takes an absolutely bitterly anti-human viewpoint and often doesn't question it. I found that to be a major weakness in the writing. The writing adopts the fascist idea of life being an evolutionary "struggle" and that those who cease to "struggle" deserve extermination.
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I have watched 9 episodes and could not stand to watch another. One can't say I didn't "give it a chance."
Perhaps the most overrated series I have watched in the last decade, Westworld neither seriously tackles the intended subjects (transhumanism, free will, abnormal psychology, memory integrity, capitalism vs morality, etc, etc) competently, nor does it even attempt to do so cleverly. You are, for all intents and purposes, being dragged through Nolan's and Abram's world without any clue, suggestion, foreshadowing, or inkling as to the true motivations of the characters, or the over-arching theme. It hints at a "big picture" with all the subtlety of being hit in the face with a sledgehammer, without actually declaring what it is, but that's OK because anyone with half a working brain will yawn out the obvious answer which the show's most intelligent characters can't even figure out. No, you are expected to "sit there and like" the fact that Westworld never once bothers to try to answer any of the real questions the viewer would ask about the idiocy of a character's motives, the utter failing of the show's genius scientific minds to reason in any intelligible manner, or even why all of the events of the series are unfolding suddenly, inexplicably, over just a few days, with no real genesis or even a McGuffin.
Again, you're expected to "sit there and like it" because the directors, producers, and writers are the kind of people (speaking from their past projects) who think what they're creating is War and Peace, and they expect you to feel the same way, when really they're just writing a letter to the editor of Hustler magazine. Instead, the best you get is an overall smarmy, conceited tone of "I WENT TO FILM SCHOOL - LOOK HOW DEEP AND PROFOUND I AM!
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