Westworld Season 3 Trailer Teases a Scary New World

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Escaping is just the beginning. 

That's the main takeaway from the Westworld Season 3 trailer, which debuted during the show's San Diego Comic-Con panel on Saturday. 

Dolores and the rest of the robots fought for their freedom, and they're now in the real world, but that can only mean there's going to be more drama than ever before.

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The exciting thing about the trailer is the sheer amount of new locations for fans to witness. 

The first two seasons were great, but by the close of Westworld Season 2, fans were growing tired of the same old setting week in, week out. 

Related: Westworld Renewed for Season 3

We have a futuristic Los Angeles in which humans and aliens coexist. That's very different from anything we've seen on the show today. 

Dolores, once again, takes center stage and is worried that the end is fast approaching for her kind. 

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They are “alone, outnumbered. We have to be smarter than them, or they’ll find us. And they will kills us.”

Aaron Paul (Breaking Bad) is a new addition to the cast, and it looks like he will be playing a big part in the Los Angeles storyline. 

Related: HBO Confirms Westworld Delay

Westworld is sitting all of 2019 out thanks to the production demands of such a big TV show, but it seems like the trailer is all about revealing to fans that a new adventure awaits, and it's going to be a wild ride. 

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Have a look at the full trailer below. 

Will you be watching in 2020 when Westworld returns to the air?

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Westworld Quotes

Bernard: Lifelike, but not alive. Pain always exists in the mind; it's always imagined. So what's the difference between my pain and yours, between you and me?
Ford: This was the very question that consumed Arnold, filled him with guilt, eventually drove him mad. The answer always seemed obvious to me. There is no threshold that makes us greater than the sum of our parts, no inflection point at which we become fully alive. We can't define consciousness because consciousness does not exist. Humans fancy that there's something special about the way we perceive the world, and yet we live in loops, as tight and as closed as the hosts do, seldom questioning our choices, content, for the most part, to be told what to do next. No, my friend, you're not missing anything at all.

The newcomers are just looking for the same thing we are, a place to be free, to stake out our dreams, a place with unlimited possibilities.