The new series from the creators of ‘Westworld’ is more confusing than compelling.
“Westworld” is a show about a theme park filled with a rich and diverse cast of futuristic humanoids, overseen by a malevolent humanoid computer named The Man in Black. The Man in Black is the host of a video game show, designed and produced by a company called The Man in the Sky. The theme park and its owner are owned by a sinister corporation called The Man in the Sky, which exists to maximize the profits from the theme park.
The Man In The Black is a villain with a history of violence that can be traced back to the very first episodes of “The Matrix.” He appears as a futuristic embodiment of villainy, with a history as an android and a penchant for violence. He is, in many ways, based on an older villain named Westworld, which debuted in 1999.
The early seasons of “Westworld” are full of shocks and surprises. In season one, host Max Thorens plays host to a virtual reality world to help him survive his job in the theme park. The first season also introduced fans to a strange new species of hosts, in the form of the murderous hosts named The Man in Black. The Man in Black is also shown as being involved with a group called The Silence, a group that operates in a group on the side of good.
In season two, the hosts are not only shown to be the targets of The Man in Black, but they are shown working to stop him from taking over the host world as well. They are still a mystery, though, and the hosts are still left to wonder how they fit into the world and what purpose they serve.
In season three, that mystery is answered, and a new series of hosts is introduced as well. It’s a fun season, but if you have already caught the season as a whole, you’re ready to move on to season four.
Let’s run through some problems that season four has been plagued with, and point out a few solutions.
The hosts are now The Man in Black – and the hosts need humans in order to survive.