'Westworld' canceled after just four seasons, know why
Just three months after the premiere of the “Westworld” Season 4 finale,
HBO announced that the series had been canceled due to a number of factors.
And, no more episodes or seasons will be dropping in the coming days.
According to reports, the sci-drama has come to an end as a result of high production costs, declining viewership,
and ongoing evaluations of programming across the board at Warner Bros.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, ratings for the expensive drama dropped from 12 million to 4 million,
Westworld' first premiered in October 2016.
"We are extremely grateful for their immensely talented cast, producers, and crew, our partners at Kilter Films, Bad Robot, and Warner Bros.
Nolan and Joy shared another statement via the banner Kilter Films. It read, "Making 'Westworld' has been the highlight of our careers.
“Westworld”, which was created by Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy and stars J.J. Abrams should have had a total of six seasons.
The series starred Evan Rachel Wood, Thandive Newton, Ed Harris, Jeffrey Wright, Tessa Thompson, Luke Hemsworth, Aaron Paul, Angela Sarafyan and James Marsden
The series revolves around the Titanic technologically advanced amusement park filled with AI.
'Host' in a Wild West setting. Based on the 1973 film of the same name written by Michael Crichton,
"Westworld" was nominated for 54 Emmys and went on to win nine.
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