Speaking at the Vanity Fair Summit, Westworld creators Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy revealed a pretty exciting snippet about the show's upcoming second season.
As hardcore fans will know, Michael Crichton's original 1973 movie explores two additional parks: the Medieval World and the Roman World. When asked directly why these didn't feature in the first season, the showrunners responded: "We had to save something for season 2!"
Could that be confirmation that the next chapter of the sci-fi series will cross the borders of the Wild West? It doesn't seem that likely since Nolan went on to retweet the news with the comment "/s", which, in the Reddit world, denotes sarcasm.
Nonetheless, we did see Maeve catch a glimpse of another section of the park at the end of season two. In her bid to escape, she came across the Samurai World which we could be seeing more of in the next installment.
A few months ago, Funko backed up the theory with its new Westworld doll Musashi Miyamoto, an expert Japanese swordsman and rōnin. Basically, it's pretty certain that the show is going to have a few changes in decor next season.
Season two of Westworld is expected to drop on HBO in Spring 2018.