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HBO Officially Announces Westworld Season 3

HBO's hit sci-fi drama Westworld has been renewed for a third season. At this time, no release window for the third season has been set.

The acclaimed series, which has aired two of its ten episodes for Season 2, continues the exploits of the robotic Hosts as they've achieved sentience and plan an uprising in retaliation for the abuse they've endured from park attendees.

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When Westworld returns for its third season, both of its prominent female actors will be receiving equal pay to their male counterparts. According to HBO's new pay initiative, both Evan Rachel Wood and Thandie Newton have been promised to receive the same amount of money as their male costars for future seasons, which was a first for them both. It was there that a third season was unofficially revealed, though only in the abstract.

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Airing Sunday nights at 9 p.m. ET/PT on HBO, Westworld Season 2 stars Evan Rachel Wood, Thandie Newton, Rodrigo Santoro, James Marsden, Jeffrey Wright, Tessa Thompson, Luke Hemsworth, Jimmi Simpson and Ed Harris.

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