Aaron Paul will be coming
back online in Westworld season 3.
Deadline is reporting that the Breaking Bad star will be a regular in AI-centered western series, when it returns for its third season. No details on if he’ll be playing a host or human, but at this point, does it really matter?
Any details about Westworld season 3 are being kept very quiet, but as we don’t even know when the new season will premiere, that might be because there aren’t yet many details to discover! The series took a huge turn in the season 2 finale, obliterating essentially all the hosts, leaving only a few to escape to the real world in Dolores’ purse.
We can’t wait to see what role Aaron Paul will be taking on in Westworld season 3. We’re positive he’ll be a great addition to an already incredible cast. Especially since we don’t yet known exactly who’ll be continuing on into the future of the series.
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