'Westworld' finds new streaming home on Roku Channel
The show left HBO Max in December.
HBO's critically acclaimed series "Westworld," about a robot-themed theme park, has found a new streaming platform. According to Deadline, the show will air on Roku and Tubi after Warner Bros. discovered a new deal to distribute some of its content. Back in December, "Westworld" was removed from the HBO Max catalog along with other titles owned by Warner Bros. The move is part of the company's efforts to cut costs by selling streaming rights to FAST channel providers. Management of media groups.
Despite the success of Westworld's first few seasons, ratings plummeted in seasons three and four, leading to the show's cancellation. The show's creators, Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy, previously said they had a vision for how the film would end before the studio decided to abruptly end the series. Although the story didn't come to a close, the series earned 54 Emmy nominations throughout its run, including Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series for Thandiwe Newton in 2018 prize. ^Other programs The Nevers, Raised By Wolves and F-Boy Island are all up for grabs due to similar contracts. It's worth mentioning that both F-Boy Island and Raised By Wolves are HBO Max Original productions, as an example of how the streamer has seen its content affected by company-wide budget cuts. Starring Amanda Colin and Abubakar Salim, Raised by Wolves tells the story of two androids, father and mother, whose purpose is to live in the Raise human children on a new planet. The show ran for two seasons on the streaming service before being canceled.
Westworld has had an impressive cast over the years, with Evan Rachel Woods, Thandie Newton, Jeffrey Wright, James Marsden, and Tessa Thompson all in the cast. The series is set in a futuristic world, with the first two seasons focusing on an Old West theme park. In the park, wealthy guests can live out their Wild West fantasies without any serious repercussions, because robots are programmed not to harm humans. In later seasons, the show focused on the dangers of very advanced artificial intelligence, and the threats it could hold For humans in the mid-21st century.