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Westworld Season 4 trailer reveals the return of rogue robots Maeve and Dolores

Just over two years after Season 3 came to a close, HBO has revealed the new trailer for Season 4 of Westworld, teasing more sentient robotic intrigue and violence.

The show is set at a futuristic theme park where humanoid robots only exist for the human guests to do anything they please to them.

The fourth season – debuting on HBO June 26 – teases the return of many robot and human characters alike, set to Lou Reed’s classic song Perfect Day.

Trailer: Just over two years after Season 3 came to a close, HBO has revealed the new trailer for Season 4 of Westworld, teasing more sentient robotic intrigue and violence

Return: The fourth season - debuting on HBO June 26 - teases the return of many robot and human characters alike, set to Lou Reed's classic song Perfect Day

Return: The fourth season – debuting on HBO June 26 – teases the return of many robot and human characters alike, set to Lou Reed’s classic song Perfect Day

The trailer begins with Maeve (Thandiwe Newton) walking down a desolate highway alone, while Caleb (Aaron Paul) is seen casually sitting atop a skyrise building.

Both Maeve and Caleb teamed up to take down Serac (Vincent Cassell) and destroy his Rehoboam program, with Caleb seemingly going back to his construction gig.

Ashley Stubbs (Luke Hemsworth) is in the city when he can’t believe what he sees – The Man in Black (Ed Harris) far off in the crowd.

Alone: The trailer begins with Maeve (Thandiwe Newton) walking down a desolate highway alone

Alone: The trailer begins with Maeve (Thandiwe Newton) walking down a desolate highway alone

Caleb: Caleb (Aaron Paul) is seen casually sitting atop a skyrise building

Caleb: Caleb (Aaron Paul) is seen casually sitting atop a skyrise building

Can't believe: Ashley Stubbs (Luke Hemsworth) is in the city when he can't believe what he sees - The Man in Black (Ed Harris) far off in the crowd

Can’t believe: Ashley Stubbs (Luke Hemsworth) is in the city when he can’t believe what he sees – The Man in Black (Ed Harris) far off in the crowd

We also get a glimpse at Dolores (Evan Rachel Wood) walking through the city as a redhead.

Another shot shows Dolores seeing someone she seemingly recognizes, though we don’t see who that person is.

Maeve and Caleb reunite on the stage of an empty auditorium where a large phonograph is playing a record.

Dolores: Another shot shows Dolores seeing someone she seemingly recognizes, though we don't see who that person is

Dolores: Another shot shows Dolores seeing someone she seemingly recognizes, though we don’t see who that person is

Maeve lifts the needle off the record as a white sign illuminates and says, ‘Welcome,’ as both Maeve and Caleb are dressed in formal attire.

Another cryptic shot shows The Man in Black resting against a column, though it could be the real-life human William, who would have had to somehow survived being slit in the throat by his robotic counterpart The Man in Black, though it’s unclear which version of the character we see.

The trailer also features the return of Bernard (Jeffrey Wright), who, in a rather cryptic shot, is seen glancing at a tree when it suddenly sets on fire.

Welcome: Maeve lifts the needle off the record as a white sign illuminates and says, 'Welcome,' as both Maeve and Caleb are dressed in formal attire

Welcome: Maeve lifts the needle off the record as a white sign illuminates and says, ‘Welcome,’ as both Maeve and Caleb are dressed in formal attire

Man in Black: Another cryptic shot shows The Man in Black resting against a column, though it could be the real-life human William, who would have had to somehow survived being slit in the throat by his robotic counterpart The Man in Black, though it's unclear which version of the character we see

Man in Black: Another cryptic shot shows The Man in Black resting against a column, though it could be the real-life human William, who would have had to somehow survived being slit in the throat by his robotic counterpart The Man in Black, though it’s unclear which version of the character we see

The trailer also offers a glimpse at Charlotte Hale (Tessa Thompson), who is watching a number of robots practice their dancing.

We also get a glimpse at the returning Clementine Pennyfeather (Angela Sarafyen), with another cryptic shot showing a huge swarm of black flies.

The trailer winds down with a number of cryptic shots including Caleb crawling away from an unseen enemy and a mysterious child robot emitting flies from her split-open face.

Westworld kicks off its eight-episode fourth season on Sunday, June 26 only on HBO. 

Charlotte: The trailer also offers a glimpse at Charlotte Hale (Tessa Thompson), who is watching a number of robots practice their dancing

Charlotte: The trailer also offers a glimpse at Charlotte Hale (Tessa Thompson), who is watching a number of robots practice their dancing

Clementine: We also get a glimpse at the returning Clementine Pennyfeather (Angela Sarafyen), with another cryptic shot showing a huge swarm of black flies

Clementine: We also get a glimpse at the returning Clementine Pennyfeather (Angela Sarafyen), with another cryptic shot showing a huge swarm of black flies

Crawling: The trailer winds down with a number of cryptic shots including Caleb crawling away from an unseen enemy and a mysterious child robot emitting flies from her split-open face.

Crawling: The trailer winds down with a number of cryptic shots including Caleb crawling away from an unseen enemy and a mysterious child robot emitting flies from her split-open face.

Coming soon: Westworld kicks off its eight-episode fourth season on Sunday, June 26 only on HBO

Coming soon: Westworld kicks off its eight-episode fourth season on Sunday, June 26 only on HBO

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