'Westworld' creators spoil second season?

But when other fans read about the theories and then watched the show, the speculation ended up acting as spoilers.

In an effort to avoid "Westworld" spoilers ruining Season 2 for fans, creators Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy are willing to spoil the entire thing.

Fans were RickRoll'd By Nolan and Joy in the elaborate prank that revived RickRolling, is a bait and switch in which people are persuaded to click on a link that's purported to lead to a particular site but actually takes the user to the 1987 Rick Astley music video.

"We thought about this long and hard, and came to a difficult (and potentially highly controversial) decision, "the producers wrote".

Yep. Jonathan Nolan promised to spoil Westworld season 2 and instead we got a possibly-fake, expertly-crafted beginning, plus Dolores singing Never Gonna Give You Up.

A Shogun World makes sense, considering that the world continued to go on while the whole Wild West thing was happening in the United States.

"It's a new age, and a new world in terms of the relationship between the folks making shows and the community watching them", he wrote. "We've made our cast part of this decision, and they're fully supportive", the statement concluded. Luckily for you, we've put together a quick recap that will walk you through everything that happened, both inside Westworld's Wild West theme park and outside of it.

"Westworld" fans just got Rickrolled.

We should expect more of this sort of trickery in the days leading up to Westworld's season 2 premiere. Nolan and Joy say they want to work with fans to establish a new trust, which could begin by releasing key moments from the show's second season. "So we're telling you the spoilers so you know if your theories are them!'" As I've said before, I've been a member of the reddit community for years (no I'm not going to share my original username.).

During the Q&A session, the duo revealed a radical proposal: What if, in an effort to stave off the circulation of spoilers, the show's creative team spoiled the entire show ahead of time?

You can bet redditors and other fans will be deconstructing this video in search of clues, regardless.

Westworld Season 2 is so close we can practically smell the android grease, which means that the publicity tour for the show is now at capacity.

Nope, we'll have to ruin the story for ourselves in the good, old-fashioned way - reading nerds arguing about theories on internet messageboards. Spoiler alert: there are no spoilers in this 25 minute video.

However, if you want to watch the real trailer for Season 2 of Westworld, you can do so below.

  • Essie Rivera