Based on the trailer, fans suspect that Charlotte has become a host or that someone has taken advantage of her identity to convince the viewers from the outside that Delos is under control despite the artificial intelligence robot ambush in season 1. We knew it was going to be a while until the second season came calling, but now we know exactly when we'll see it.
Shots include mysterious looks at falling snow (where are they?), that unfinished host looming and moving behind Bernard (Jeffrey Wright) and a stunning sequence of killer robotic bulls herded by newly woke host Maeve (Thandie Newton).
We also see Clementine, the Native Americans tribe, and The Man in Black, who is certainly getting what he wished for in the first season.
The Westworld creators released the first teaser for season two this past summer at Comic-con.
"Journey Into Night" was Dr. Robert Ford's (Anthony Hopkins) final narrative that he revealed in the season 1 finale.
Watch the full trailer, below. Seems we'll have to tune in on April 22 to find out for sure!
Now that we've gotten a good glimpse at Westworld's Season 2, we think that tiger might've gotten off easy. Sound off in the comments section below, and keep checking THR.com/Westworld for more coverage of the HBO drama.