“Westworld” might last just a “little longer,” as far as show creator Jonathan Nolan is concerned. HBO

After airing “Game of Thrones,” it seemed like HBO had pretty big shoes to fill when it comes to producing its next big hit TV series. But “Westworld” proved a pleasant surprise, since countless people immediately became engrossed in the sci-fi world created by Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy.

Even if the show is still in its early stages, people are already asking: how long will the show last? How many seasons will it run?

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Nolan tackled these questions recently when he shared his thoughts about people’s relationship with robots, or hosts, according to TIME. “The more we think about these questions, the more it feels like your mind is turning inside out. So it might be best for us after doing this for a little longer that we all just mutually agree to stop,” he said. “I’ve concluded we must be in a simulation of some kind. I just did a tequila shot with Ed Harris at Comic-Con.”

For now, the show’s second season will tackle the hosts’ takeover of the park. In a chilling new trailer provided by HBO during the San Diego Comic-Con on Saturday, fans got a preview of the immediate aftermath of Dolores Abernathy’s (Evan Rachel Wood) attack on Dr. Robert Ford (Anthony Hopkins) and the rest of the park guests.

Bernard Lowe (Jeffrey Wright) was seen staring down at a dead tiger, while Maeve Millay (Thandie Newton) and Lee Sizemore (Simon Quarterman) looked around at what’s left of Westworld operations (nothing much, it appears).

Dolores was next seen riding a horse and chasing after three unknown people, most likely park guests, together with a fellow host. A brief scene showed Ashley Stubbs (Luke Hemsworth) riding a vehicle with Lowe at the back. What they’re planning to do, however, remains unclear. Lastly, the Man in Black (Ed Harris), whose face is smeared with blood, put on his hat and surveyed the area with what appears to be a smirk. All these happened while Sammy Davis Jr.’s “I’ve Gotta Be Me” plays in the background.

“Westworld” Season 2 premieres on HBO in 2018.