HBO cancels Westworld after four seasons due to declining viewership
Why it matters
Westworld was a popular show that had a large following, but the decline in viewership since the first season made it difficult to justify the high production costs. The cancellation of the show is disappointing for fans and the cast alike.
What the papers say
Multiple sources report on the cancellation of Westworld due to declining viewership.
How we got here
Westworld premiered in 2016 and was a popular show for HBO. However, the viewership declined since the first season, which made it difficult to justify the high production costs. The show was cancelled after four seasons.
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