Westworld isn’t the only theme park being handled by Delos. In fact, they have several more make-believe theme parks, and the sophomore season of HBO’s sci-fi show, “Westworld,” is about to introduce them to fans.

Michael Crichton’s original 1973 movie included the Samurai, Roman and Medieval worlds. When Deadline asked Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy why they decidedly left these out in the first season, Nolan answered: “We had to save something for Season 2.”

The first season showed just how cruel park guests can be towards the hosts. So for next season, the hosts will get their revenge. Nolan said that humans’ neglect and ignorance are some things that fans should give careful consideration about.

“I feel evenly split between the fear that A.I. will enslave us and make us do its bidding and my fear that it won’t,” said Nolan. “If you look at things that have gone down in the last year, humans are terrible at running this world. It’s clear that there’s room for improvement.”

“People like to ask, ‘Why would A.I. want to be evil and destroy us?'” his wife, Joy, added. “A corporation’s goal is to make profits. It’s very simple. It’s binary. It’s either less or more. Computers work along the same thing. If you can see how, with the simplest of directives that can get blown into something beyond what could image, that’s the kind of thing we’re talking about.”

Joy will make her directorial debut next season, and Nolan said she managed to turn a “placid” episode into something really exciting. “You’ve made it far more violent and disturbing than we ever intended,” Nolan teased his wife during an interview with TV Line. “It was quite a placid episode, and Lisa has kind of turned it into a bloodbath.”

The said episode might be the one that has Dolores Abernathy (Evan Rachel Wood) chasing down park guests and gunning them down together with fellow host, Teddy Flood (James Marsden). The brief scene was featured in a trailer released during Comic-Con last July.