‘Westworld’ News & Updates: HBO President Reveals Fan Theories Are Close To Cracking The Code; Evan Rachel Wood Talks Her Lead Role

By Staff Reporter , Oct 29, 2016 03:10 PM EDT

HBO President Casey Bloys divulged that some "Westworld" fan theories are not actually far-fetched from the truth in the series. Meanwhile, the lead star Evan Rachel Wood also shared her thoughts on starring in the sci-fi series.

"Westworld" has been considered a hit, based on the milestone of having scored the network's highest ratings for a dramatic debut since "True Detective," according to Collider. With just four episodes aired in the season, fans are already hyped at trying to solve the secrets of the show.

Wood, who plays Dolores in the "Westworld" series, also expressed her thoughts on being part of the series. According to the actress, "Westworld" offers a different kind of experience. She referred to it as something similar to an "acting Olympics." With the role of a human-like robot, she was directed on one occasion to have no facial expression while crying through the eyes.

In an interview with Variety, Bloys answered a question regarding what to advise viewers to look forward to in the second half of the season. "All I would say is, it's a very satisfying end. I think questions will be answered," he said.

"I love reading the fan theories online. I think it's great the way people have engaged. I'm just pleased to see the reception from an engagement point of view, and that it has started all of these conversations. I think people will get the answers they're looking for by the end of Season One. A lot of the ones that people are buzzing about," Bloys added.

As with the talk about "Westworld's" renewal, the HBO president admitted that he would like to get a very complete picture of the ratings. He assured that their team is pleased with how the ratings are going as well as with how the show is doing.

The show's executive producers will be talking about new ideas as to what "Westworld" season 2 may look like. Bloys also spoke about the "Westworld" viewers being given a sense of satisfaction rather than answers in the upcoming episodes.

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