'Westworld' Season 3: Aaron Paul Warns Fans To Get Ready For An 'Ambitious' Season

Rachel Tsoumbakos

SPOILER ALERT: This article discusses HBO's Westworld. Please proceed with caution if you have not yet viewed all available episodes and wish to avoid potential spoilers.

As previously reported by The Inquisitr, Aaron Paul is set to feature in the upcoming Season 3 of Westworld. Paul will star as a human character called Caleb, who is not a big fan of the hosts featured in the Westworld park. However, according to Metro, he actually owns a personal robot named George. The new character will also bring a new perspective, being one of few who are situated outside of the theme park that featured heavily in the first two seasons of the futuristic sci-fi series.

"[Caleb] has a point of view outside of the park," Paul said.

"He takes the audience outside of Westworld and what it's like to live amongst the people who created [it] and sort of where we're at as a society."

"I was just so deep into negotiations on this other show and the logistics couldn't work out," Paul said.

It was the same issue when he was approached for Season 3, but luckily for viewers, negotiations were possible and Paul ended up signing on for the upcoming season.

"They approached me again for this third season and I was actually deep into negotiations on this other show, so I was reliving the same moment in my life again!"

As yet, no premiere date has been released by the network for Westworld's third season. However, the series is expected to drop sometime in the first half of 2020.