Westworld Season 4 trailer teases that William may still be alive

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HBO has released a new trailer for Season 4 of Westworld, just 10 days before the series debuts on Sunday, June 26, which offers more questions than answers.

The trailer appears to feature the resurrection of William (Ed Harris), who seemed to be killed by his robotic clone by slashing his throat.

We also get a glimpse at the original Dolores (Evan Rachel Wood), who was somehow resurrected after the events of Season 3 – where she sacrificed herself to free the robotic hosts – and seen living a seemingly typical life in New York City.

Resurrection: The trailer appears to feature the resurrection of William (Ed Harris), who seemed to be killed by his robotic clone by slashing his throat

Resurrection: The trailer appears to feature the resurrection of William (Ed Harris), who seemed to be killed by his robotic clone by slashing his throat

New Christina: We also get a glimpse at the original Dolores (Evan Rachel Wood), who was somehow resurrected after the events of Season 3 - where she sacrificed herself to free the robotic hosts - and seen living a seemingly typical life in New York City

New Christina: We also get a glimpse at the original Dolores (Evan Rachel Wood), who was somehow resurrected after the events of Season 3 – where she sacrificed herself to free the robotic hosts – and seen living a seemingly typical life in New York City

The trailer begins with a shot of the original Dolores who is now named Christina, seen laying in bed before getting up and going to an office.

‘This is the story about a girl. Every single day she wakes up, the more she sees it but nobody else can. That there’s something wrong with the world, and it’s her fault,’ Christina says.

A man asks, ‘What is this girl’s name?’ but she doesn’t respond, as we see the new Dolores, previously known as Charlotte Hale (Tessa Thompson), walking on a rooftop.

Christina: The trailer begins with a shot of the original Dolores who is now named Christina, seen laying in bed before getting up and going to an office

Christina: The trailer begins with a shot of the original Dolores who is now named Christina, seen laying in bed before getting up and going to an office

Fault: 'This is the story about a girl.  Every single day she wakes up, the more she sees it but nobody else can.  That there's something wrong with the world, and it's her fault,' Christina says

Fault: ‘This is the story about a girl. Every single day she wakes up, the more she sees it but nobody else can. That there’s something wrong with the world, and it’s her fault,’ Christina says

New Dolores: A man asks, 'What is this girl's name?'  but she doesn't respond, as we see the new Dolores, previously known as Charlotte Hale (Tessa Thompson), walking on a rooftop

New Dolores: A man asks, ‘What is this girl’s name?’ but she doesn’t respond, as we see the new Dolores, previously known as Charlotte Hale (Tessa Thompson), walking on a rooftop

‘Your kind made a sport out of hunting us. You controlled our every move,’ she says, when we see who she’s talking to – the seemingly-original/human William, who is attached to Delos’ robot-making machines.

‘And now, I’m going to do the same to you,’ the new Dolores says, as a fly is seen entering William through his eye.

She then tells what seems to be William’s robotic clone, ‘It’s time to evolve into the species we were meant to become.’

Sport: 'Your kind made a sport out of hunting us.  You controlled our every move,' she says, when we see who she's talking to - the seemingly-original/human William, who is attached to Delos' robot-making machines

Sport: ‘Your kind made a sport out of hunting us. You controlled our every move,’ she says, when we see who she’s talking to – the seemingly-original/human William, who is attached to Delos’ robot-making machines

Fly: 'And now, I'm going to do the same to you,' the new Dolores says, as a fly is seen entering William through his eye

Fly: ‘And now, I’m going to do the same to you,’ the new Dolores says, as a fly is seen entering William through his eye

Evolve: She then tells what seems to be William's robotic clone, 'It's time to evolve into the species we were meant to become'

Evolve: She then tells what seems to be William’s robotic clone, ‘It’s time to evolve into the species we were meant to become’

The robotic William is heard saying, ‘Maybe it’s time you question the nature of your own reality,’ as we get a glimpse of Maeve (Thandiwe Newton).

‘We’re not here to transcend. We’re here to destroy,’ robo-William says, as we get a brief glimpse at Caleb (Aaron Paul).

Bernard (Jeffrey Wright) is seen speaking to someone, who asks if he thinks he can save them, as Bernard responds, ‘I’ve seen a path.’

Maeve: The robotic William is heard saying, 'Maybe it's time you question the nature of your own reality,' as we get a glimpse of Maeve (Thandiwe Newton)

Maeve: The robotic William is heard saying, ‘Maybe it’s time you question the nature of your own reality,’ as we get a glimpse of Maeve (Thandiwe Newton)

Caleb: 'We're not here to transcend.  We're here to destroy,' robo-William says, as we get a brief glimpse at Caleb (Aaron Paul)

Caleb: ‘We’re not here to transcend. We’re here to destroy,’ robo-William says, as we get a brief glimpse at Caleb (Aaron Paul)

Path: Bernard (Jeffrey Wright) is seen speaking to someone, who asks if he thinks he can save them, as Bernard responds, 'I've seen a path'

Path: Bernard (Jeffrey Wright) is seen speaking to someone, who asks if he thinks he can save them, as Bernard responds, ‘I’ve seen a path’

Caleb is seen outside in public… though everyone around him is frozen in place, which naturally terrifies Caleb.

‘I want a story with a happy ending,’ Christina says, as Maeve is seen with Caleb, as the frozen robots in a period setting all snap back to life.

Bernard and Stubbs (Luke Hemsworth) are also seen showing a circular maze to an unseen character as the robotic William/Man in Black is seen back on his horse.

Frozen: Caleb is seen outside in public... though everyone around him is frozen in place, which naturally terrifies Caleb

Frozen: Caleb is seen outside in public… though everyone around him is frozen in place, which naturally terrifies Caleb

Horse: Bernard and Stubbs (Luke Hemsworth) are also seen showing a circular maze to an unseen character as the robotic William/Man in Black is seen back on his horse

Horse: Bernard and Stubbs (Luke Hemsworth) are also seen showing a circular maze to an unseen character as the robotic William/Man in Black is seen back on his horse

The trailer winds down with a number of cryptic and action-packed shots including a glimpse of Clementine (Angela Sarafyan), Caleb battling with a faceless android and Christina seeing a model of a red city… that was seen falling earlier.

The final cryptic shot shows a number of flies swarming around Caleb’s face, possibly hinting that he may be turned into an android himself.

Westworld Season 4 debuts Sunday, June 26 at 9 PM ET on HBO and will be available to stream on HBO Max.

Clementine: The trailer winds down with a number of cryptic and action-packed shots including a glimpse of Clementine (Angela Sarafyan), Caleb battling with a faceless android and Christina seeing a model of a red city... that was seen falling earlier

Clementine: The trailer winds down with a number of cryptic and action-packed shots including a glimpse of Clementine (Angela Sarafyan), Caleb battling with a faceless android and Christina seeing a model of a red city… that was seen falling earlier

Flies: The final cryptic shot shows a number of flies swarming around Caleb's face, possibly hinting that he may be turned into an android himself

Flies: The final cryptic shot shows a number of flies swarming around Caleb’s face, possibly hinting that he may be turned into an android himself

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