We have two episodes left for Westworld 3, but it looks like HBO is confident enough to give us more of Dolores, Maeve, and the rest of the hosts.
As per Entertainment Weekly, Westworld has been renewed for a fourth season by HBO. President of HBO Programming Casey Bloys had this to say about the renewal:
"From the Western theme park to the technocratic metropolis of the near future, we've thoroughly enjoyed every twist and turn from the minds of master storytellers Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy… We can't wait to see where their inspired vision takes us next."
EW also confirms that the showrunners are planning to tell the whole story in the span of at least five seasons. With Westworld taking two years to produce one season of television, the Season 4 could be expected to come out in 2022. If they plan to get any further than that, we could all still be tuning into Westworld by 2030.
Admittedly Westworld hasn't had the same allure that it did back in the first season, but that doesn't mean that the show has become any less interesting. You have to love this future-world that Lisa Joy and Jonathan Nolan have created, and it also gives us a realistic look at the dangers that big data companies are capable of.
We only have two episodes left for the current season of Westworld. Catch the next episode, Passed Pawn, when it comes out Sunday night, April 26.