We analyze the surprising season finale of the HBO series, which opens the door to a new setting for history. Survival is reserved, both in life and in the entertainment world, for those who know how to reinvent themselves. And ‘ Westworld ‘ has done it in a cathartic way.
After setting the story in the Delos theme park complex, especially the Wild West that started it all, the HBO series has opened its borders in Season 3 to show us that the human world works the same way as the world of robots: through a system formed by pawns caught in loops while the powerful take advantage of their work and their miseries.
The new episodes have broken the circle and thwarted all the predictions, and no history prepares to face a new and exciting path through the flames of the apocalypse.
But before speculating what the already confirmed fourth season could bring us, it is time to review the most important keys of the end, including the two post-credit scenes that we see in the last minutes of the eighth episode, entitled ‘The theory of the crisis’.
The season began with the arrival of Dolores Abernathy ( Evan Rachel Wood ) in Los Angeles, where her plan took shape little by little and not always with our knowledge.
There he meets Caleb ( Aaron Paul ), a human whom he frees from his loop and who will help him start his revolution, which aims to destroy the Rehoboam(a structure that processes massive data to predict the individual and collective future of humanity) and stop its creator, Serac ( Vincent Cassel ), who has long eliminated from the equation all those who threaten the security of the system.
But, as we will see, they are only trying to delay an end of the world that is inevitable, and that will reset the counter to zero in a dystopian Earth in which a new order has to be born.
We review everything you should know about that intense ending, what happened to the main characters, and how the future is set, which opens the door to a new reinvention of ‘Westworld’.