Dolores (AKA Evan Rachel Wood) narrates the whole trailer, opening with the lines: "Look at this world". Its creator was dead, its hosts had suddenly gained the ability to actually harm the human guests (to the delight of Ed Harris' Man In Black), and at least one host infiltrated the massive behind-the-scenes complex that operates the park. The highly anticipated season two trailer was just dropped during the Super Bowl half time in the States, giving fans a big insight into the happenings of the second season. We've lived by your rules long enough. It was unclear at the time how much of that footage would be included in the show's second season. We see two other familiar hosts in this same setting: Maeve (Thandie Newton) and her old friend Clementine (Angela Sarafyan), the former of whom made a decision to stay in Westworld after balking on an escape attempt at the end of season one, the latter of whom was last seen firing a bullet into the arm of the Man in Black (Ed Harris) in the season's final moments.
Sunday's Westworld trailer showed a fair amount more than fans saw during it's Comic-Con teaser previous year - teasing the increasingly unstable boundaries between the show's complex storylines, all set to Kanye West's "Runaway".
Watch the full trailer, below.
For those who need to catch up before season two arrives, all 10 episodes of season one are currently available on HBO Now, HBO Go, and HBO On Demand.
What do you think about the Westworld season 2 premiere date, and are you excited to finally have a chance to see this show on the air?
The show's Twitter account then revealed that the Season 2 premiere will take place on Aprill 22 at 9pm ET.