HBO biggest show right now is gearing up for season four, and 'Breaking Bad' alum Aaron Paul teases a much bigger scope for the story.
When 'Westworld' first premiered back in 2016, it was marketed as a true successor to 'Game of Thrones', with a huge cast and a complex and winding narrative to back up that heavy statement. Six years and three seasons later this claim doesn't make any sense – robot fantasia failed to secure dark fantasy's massive fanbase, but ultimately evolved into something much weirder and original than 'Game of Thrones' ever was.
Aaron Paul, starring in 'Westworld' as Caleb Nichols, a former soldier turned criminal, joined the series in season 3 and quickly became a fan favorite. Speaking to The Hollywood Reporter, actor shared his excitement towards the upcoming season.
"I can't wait for people to see what this season is all about. They always go so much bigger as the seasons go on. Yeah, they definitely put me through it. That is certain. But it was done in a beautiful way, and I loved doing it", Paul said.
Looks like series creator Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy are preparing something big for the next installment of the robot saga. Last season was extremely well thought-out and made fans anxious to see what would happen next.
The principal photography ended back in December 2021, so the fall premiere looks like the safest bet at this point.