Westworld: Season 3

Westworld: Season 3

Westworld: Season 3

Taking place immediately after the events of the second season, Dolores develops a relationship with Caleb in neo-Los Angeles, and learns how robots are treated in the real world. Meanwhile, Maeve finds herself in another Delos park, this one with a World War II theme and set in Fascist Italy.

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Reviews & comments

Variety

Variety

press

Westworld doesn't need to be alienating to be good; it still is. But it may need to be alienating to be Westworld... In becoming a totally fine action serial, Westworld has taken a significant step back from being great

Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles Times

press

Westworld is an artfully produced trip through topical and imagined wormholes, and the fact that it loses its way as often as its characters lose their minds is at once apropos and frustrating.

Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

press

It's a beautifully shot show, featuring some of TV's most ambitious special effects, but you could take nearly every dialogue-lite scene and turn it into a commercial for perfume or some luxury automobile.

Vanity Fair

Vanity Fair

press

I just miss the old Westworld, really: an imperfect but sweeping series with a shivery kind of poetry at its heart. That lyricism, the show's philosophical murmur, is largely drowned out in Season 3.

Sydney Morning Herald

Sydney Morning Herald

press

The writers play with all the metaphorical possibilities of sex toys and punching bags gaining consciousness, and the dystopian technology-ruled future Nolan and Joy draw for us feels creepily plausible.

Rolling Stone

Rolling Stone

press

Like Maeve says, none of it matters, because none of it feels real... As a result, everything looks cool, but rings hollow.

The Guardian

The Guardian

press

Even at its most pompous and silly, Westworld remains a thrill a second, and ironically, given that it loves a Big Question, it's best enjoyed when not thinking too deeply about the answer.

3.0
The New York Times

The New York Times

press

The show's production remains sleek and eye-catching, however, and its ideas at least superficially intriguing, as long as the stellar cast can hold onto your attention.

Vulture

Vulture

press

It's the most frustratingly not-quite-there show on TV: structurally bold, visually arresting, often brilliantly acted, show-off-ily erudite... and woefully predisposed to turn subtext into text.

Financial Times

Financial Times

press

Westworld is always stylish, but at moments like that, it's inspired.

4.0
Salon

Salon

press

Westworld needed real humanity, unprogrammed and flawed, and Paul's performance is a saving grace in this respect.

The Times

The Times

press

It all looks amazing, at times like Blade Runner and at others like a really expensive hotel in Dubai, but I'm constantly struggling to properly get on top of where we are, or why.

Variety

Variety

press

Westworld doesn't need to be alienating to be good; it still is. But it may need to be alienating to be Westworld... In becoming a totally fine action serial, Westworld has taken a significant step back from being great

Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles Times

press

Westworld is an artfully produced trip through topical and imagined wormholes, and the fact that it loses its way as often as its characters lose their minds is at once apropos and frustrating.

Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

press

It's a beautifully shot show, featuring some of TV's most ambitious special effects, but you could take nearly every dialogue-lite scene and turn it into a commercial for perfume or some luxury automobile.

Vanity Fair

Vanity Fair

press

I just miss the old Westworld, really: an imperfect but sweeping series with a shivery kind of poetry at its heart. That lyricism, the show's philosophical murmur, is largely drowned out in Season 3.

Sydney Morning Herald

Sydney Morning Herald

press

The writers play with all the metaphorical possibilities of sex toys and punching bags gaining consciousness, and the dystopian technology-ruled future Nolan and Joy draw for us feels creepily plausible.

Rolling Stone

Rolling Stone

press

Like Maeve says, none of it matters, because none of it feels real... As a result, everything looks cool, but rings hollow.

The Guardian

The Guardian

press

Even at its most pompous and silly, Westworld remains a thrill a second, and ironically, given that it loves a Big Question, it's best enjoyed when not thinking too deeply about the answer.

3.0
The New York Times

The New York Times

press

The show's production remains sleek and eye-catching, however, and its ideas at least superficially intriguing, as long as the stellar cast can hold onto your attention.

Vulture

Vulture

press

It's the most frustratingly not-quite-there show on TV: structurally bold, visually arresting, often brilliantly acted, show-off-ily erudite... and woefully predisposed to turn subtext into text.

Financial Times

Financial Times

press

Westworld is always stylish, but at moments like that, it's inspired.

4.0
Salon

Salon

press

Westworld needed real humanity, unprogrammed and flawed, and Paul's performance is a saving grace in this respect.

The Times

The Times

press

It all looks amazing, at times like Blade Runner and at others like a really expensive hotel in Dubai, but I'm constantly struggling to properly get on top of where we are, or why.