‘Westworld’ Team on Exploring (Un)Reliable Narrators and the Nature of Reality in a Season 4 That’s “Easier to Grasp”

‘Westworld’ Team on Exploring (Un)Reliable Narrators and the Nature of Reality in a Season 4 That’s “Easier to Grasp”
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Westworld season four is going to be easier to follow than its previous season, according to one star, but don’t expect the series to let up on any of the twists, turns and themes that have made it great.

Speaking to The Hollywood Reporter during the HBO series’ fourth season red carpet premiere in New York City, showrunner Alison Schapker and co-creator Lisa Joy broke down how this season will take the TV hit’s themes into new places with recognizable subjects — from its unreliable narrators to its obfuscation of reality.

When it comes to characters and their experiences being trusted as real, human or in the present — something the show has toyed with since its beginnings — Schapker teased that viewers will have reliable narrators this season, but there’s a catch. “I’m gonna say yes, but only in the sense
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