It's the end of the line for Westworld

This weekend, it all comes to a head in the second season finale. But there's plenty more to stream other than William's twisted adventures.

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At this point, the man in black could probably stub his toe and think it was a part of Ford's game.  


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If you want to watch a bunch of robots and humans interacting, you've got a great option this weekend. The final episode of the new season of Westworld arrives on Sunday, June 24 at HBO's streaming services. The series was renewed for a third season quickly after the season two premiere

Since you're reading this, let's give you some extra information not found in the podcast: Just in time for Netflix's new season of Glow on June 29, Shout Factory is streaming the original Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling on Twitch on June 29 beginning at 6 p.m. Pacific. But wait, there's more. The Fox show Lucifer is headed to Netflix after Fox canceled it. This marks the first time Netflix has licensed a DC Comics property. 

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