Evan Rachel Wood
Evan Rachel Wood plays Dolores Abernathy in “Westworld,” a host who is guaranteed to be quite different in Season 2. In this photo, the actress attends The 23rd Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards at The Shrine Auditorium on Jan. 29, 2017 in Los Angeles. Getty Images/Dimitrios Kambouris

It is still a long, long wait before “Westworld” Season 2 airs on HBO, so fans have to endure months without being greeted by hosts and watching their manipulative creators at work.

However, Evan Rachel Wood, the actress who portrays the host Dolores Abernathy-slash-Wyatt, gave fans a little teaser that they have already begun working on the sci-fi series.

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On Instagram, the actress posted a photo of her waist in a corset. Nothing more can be seen apart from that, but Wood said it only means good things for “Westworld” fans.

Next season, Wood guaranteed that her character will not be the same damsel in distress that fans were introduced to during the pilot episode. Given what she learned during the Season 1 finale regarding the death of her creator Arnold Weber (Jeffrey Wright), Wood said Dolores will undergo a huge change.

“I’m really curious to see the unleashed version of her that we caught a glimpse of at the very end of the finale,” she told Entertainment Weekly. “Those final seconds, I think we were seeing a completely different side to her, completely different programming and completely off of her leash, so I don’t think she will be the same person; she’ll be an evolved version.”

Wood is very grateful for her role as Dolores, and she earlier told People that taking it on “was much more healing than [she] thought it was going to be.” The actress confessed that Dolores, who is a victim of sexual abuse herself, actually helped her come to terms with her troubled past and helped her accept her bisexuality.

“It was terrifying at first and very overwhelming,” Wood further explained. “Then it was one of the best decisions I ever made. Honestly, playing this role was a real catalyst in that — and everything that she went through and her journey, and overcoming this trauma, and finding a strength she didn’t know was there. I think going on that journey with her by proxy kind of helped me with my own demons. So it was a real blessing.”

“Westworld” Season 2 premieres on HBO in 2018.