‘Westworld’: Season 4 recordings suspended due to COVID-19

Filming for the 4th season of “Westworld” began a few weeks ago, but HBO has decided to suspend production due to protocols against the COVID-19 pandemic.

According to Deadline, one of the team members tested positive for the virus and diligently tested it during this process. Now they have entered a two day break period.

It should be remembered that the same has happened with other productions including “American Horror Story”, “Bridgerton” and “House of the Dragon”, especially given the appearance of the Delta variant of the disease.

Recalling that there is still no preview or details revealed for the next cycle.

Created by Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy, the series is based on the eponymous film released in 1973.

Westworld is a futuristic adult theme park dedicated to the entertainment of the rich. A space that reproduces the Wild West, populated by androids – the hosts – to believe themselves human and live in the real world. There, customers can do whatever they want, without obeying any rules or laws. However, when a system update of the machines goes awry, their behavior begins to suggest a new threat, as artificial consciousness gives rise to “the evolution of sin.”

The cast also includes Thandie Newton, Evan Rachel Wood, James Marsden, Rodrigo Santoro, Tessa Thompson, Aaron Paul and Ed Harris.

Aurora Perrineau (‘Prodigal Son’) was recently chosen for the next episodes.

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