The first trailer for the third season of HBO show Westworld dropped last night and it looks like a change from what fans have seen before.
The new clip aired before the Game of Thrones finale last night and the third series of the sci-fi thriller will star Breaking Bad's Aaron Paul and singer Kid Cudi.
Unlike the previous two series, it seems the third instalment will be centred around Paul's character, who we see living in an imposing metropolis.
As the camera pans into the city, it moves in right up alongside Paul's character, who can be heard saying: "Sometimes it seems that the world looks alright, like they put a coat of paint on it. But inside it's rotting to pieces.
"They said they would make a better world, smooth away the rough edges, but that was a lie. I guess the rough edges are the only things I'm holding onto."
Not much is known about Cudi's character other than he is in prison - or at least we think he is. At around a minute in, we get a glimpse of him in an orange jumpsuit, being visited by Paul.
Towards the end of the trailer Paul's character can then be heard saying: "I think if I'm going to get on with my life, I'm going to have to find something, someone real."
Last year it was announced that Paul would be starring in the new series of the hit show - and fans were super excited.
One responded to news, tweeting: "Bro you have no idea how pumped I am for this!"
Another added: "Breaking Bad and Westworld are in my top 5 fave series of all time. And now you're crossing over from one to the other!? What the actual f...?!"
It seems people had become less than impressed with Westworld but now their interest has been well and truly spiked, probably the whole point in getting Paul on board.
One said: "I stopped watching Westworld S02 after underwhelming first four episodes. It was pretty much True Detective S02 disappointing level. Now I might finish the season."
Another commented: "Stopped watching midway through season 2. You Sir, are THE reason we will now finish season 2 and DEFINITELY watch season 3 #yeahbitch".
The new series of Westworld is set to be released in 2020.
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