Westworld Season 4 Episode 7: What time will HBO and HBO Max broadcast?

Westworld Season 4 Episode 7: What time will HBO and HBO Max broadcast?

There will be a brand-new episode of Westworld Season 4 before viewers say goodbye to this season of the science fiction show.

The series, which was developed by Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy, is based on the Michael Crichton film of the same name from 1973, for which he also served as writer and director. Westworld’s fourth season, which began seven years after the third, had as its central theme the fate of sentient life on Earth. It also includes an amusement park based around a romanticised image of the American Mafia in the 1930s.

Here’s all viewers need to know about the upcoming episode of the sci-fi series.

When is Episode 7 of Westworld Season 4 likely to air?

Episode 7 of Westworld Season 4 is planned to broadcast on Monday, August 7 at 9 PM ET on HBO and HBO Max. On Tuesday, August 9, the show will air on Sky Atlantic at 9 PM BST and NOW TV at 2 AM BST.

The forthcoming episode’s synopsis is as follows:

“It’s been seven years since Dolores sacrificed herself to rescue humanity from Roboam’s computer system. Now, Maeve and Caleb fear a scheme to regain control of the human species.”

Evan Rachel Wood plays Christina in the fourth season of Westworld, which also stars Thandiwe Newton as Maeve Millay, Jeffrey Wright as Bernard Lowe, Tessa Thompson as Dolores Abernathy, Aaron Paul as Caleb Nichols, James Marsden as Teddy Flood, Angela Sarafyan as Clementine Pennyfeather, Luke Hemsworth as Ashley Stubbs, and Ed Harris as William/Host William.

Along with Ariana DeBose as Maya, Nozipho McLean as Uwade Nichols, Manny Montana as Carver, Michael Malarkey as Emmett, Aurora Perrineau as Frankie “C” Nichols, Celeste Clark as young Frankie Nichols, Daniel Wu as Jay, and Morningstar Angeline as Odina, the recurring cast also features Aurora Perrineau as Frankie “C” Nichols, Celeste Clark as young Frank

Episode 6 synopsis

Fidelity, the previous episode of Westworld Season 4, was written by Jordan Goldberg and Alli Rock and directed by Andrew Seklir. Charlotte spent the entire episode questioning Caleb’s most recent host copy to find out why he was the first outlier among humans. She informed him that Frankie was still alive and that his host body would continue to function for a few more hours.

When Caleb managed to escape from his detention facility, he uncovered the bodies of a prior host duplicate of himself who had perished while attempting to flee. He made it to the antenna and apologised to Frankie before passing out. Although Charlotte admitted to orchestrating his escape, she was unhappy to learn that his communication to Frankie had no information regarding how the outliers infected the hosts.

Then Caleb said that Charlotte had killed and replaced Caleb’s host since the self-destructive hosts were only trying to get away from Charlotte’s control. Bernard and Frankie also fixed Maeve’s body while moving her information to a more recent host control module.

Bernard forewarned Frankie that her teammate Jay had attacked her and that one of her teammates had been replaced with a host copy. Caleb apologised to Jay, but Maeve intervened and killed him.

Check out the forthcoming episode’s trailer

Desa Larkin-Boutte and Denise Thé will pen Metanoia, the seventh episode of Westworld Season 4, under Meera Menon’s direction. The penultimate episode of the season will feature Bernard continuing to look for reasons to be hopeful for the freedom fighters, with Frankie/C and Maeve heading the effort.

Christina’s and Teddy’s stories in this war are still to be developed as the season finale approaches. This episode will undoubtedly lead to an explosive finish where Christina might derail Hale’s story.

Executive producers for the fourth season of Westworld include J. J. Abrams, Jonathan Nolan, Lisa Joy, Jerry Weintraub, Bryan Burk, Richard J. Lewis, Roberto Patino, Athena Wickham, Ben Stephenson, Denise Thé, and Alison Schapker. The season consists of eight episodes.

On Monday, August 7, watch the forthcoming episode of Westworld Season 4 on HBO and HBO Max.

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