So it shouldn't come as too much of a shock that hit show "Westworld" won't be back until the year after next.
"Definitely not coming back until 2018," Executive Producer Jonathan Nolan told The Hollywood Reporter Monday. "We said to the network very early that this was a different kind of show, having gone through the experience of making the pilot."
In the spoiler-filled interview, Nolan also hints that the next season of "Westworld" will explore the concept of chaos and a much broader world than fans of the show were exposed to in the first season.
"We never had any intention of staying in one place," Nolan said. "We don't want to shoot on the same sets for 10 years. We want to blow the sets up and move on to another piece of the story."
With that in mind, new characters will most likely be introduced in the next season, as well as the kind of storyline worthy of a year hiatus. What would you like to see happen next in "Westworld"?