The official trailer for Season 2 of “Westworld” has finally arrived.
“I dreamt I was on the ocean,” Jeffrey Wright’s Bernard Lowe tells Evan Rachel Wood’s Dolores. “You and the others were on a distant shore.”
“Were you with us?” she asks, to which he replies, “No.”
The footage, scored to a cover of Nirvana’s “Heart-Shaped Box” by series composer Ramin Djawadi, also shows Thandie Newton’s Maeve on the hunt for her daughter, while Ed Harris’ Man in Black is excited that he is finally able to play a game with serious stakes.
Later, Dolores is seen in all her gun-toting glory as she leads a host rebellion against the guests and their human creators. “Did you ever stop to wonder about your actions? The price you’d have to pay if there was a reckoning?” she asks. “That reckoning is here.”
Fans also get their first (albeit brief) look at the the new destination revealed at the end of Season 1 — Shogun World.
The series, co-created by the husband and wife team of Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy, stars Wood, Newton, Marsden, Wright, and Harris. Gustaf Skarsgard, Fares Fares, Katja Herbers, Neil Jackson, Betty Gabriel, and Jonathan Tucker join the cast this season. The first season of the show was nominated for 22 Emmys, ultimately winning five.