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What lies in the Valley Beyond? At last, Westworld promises to reveal all in tonight’s epic season finale, and you won’t want to miss it.

This is the end, my friends — of Westworld season 2, that is, but also, perhaps, of more. From the beginning, a sense of dread has permeated the sophomore season of HBO’s robots-and-cowboys thriller. Even as the show delves deeper into its dystopian technology, it has acquired the aura of a myth — specifically, a tragedy.

But whose tragedy is it? Is this the tale of a failed rebellion against an oppressive system? Or is it the tale of humanity’s downfall?

Either way, something big — and presumably irrevocable — is about to happen. After nine hours of wandering around the park, Dolores, the Man in Black, and all the other characters are set to converge at the mysterious Valley Beyond. Although the season premiere appeared to reveal the outcome of this meeting (a lake full of dead hosts), anticipation still has us on the edge of our seats.

As always, the synopsis for tonight’s episode, titled “The Passenger”, does little to assuage our curiosity:

"Season 2 finale. One only lives as long as the last person who remembers."

We already heard a version of the above line. It’s what Akecheta whispered to Stubbs in “The Riddle of the Sphinx” before he and the rest of the hostages disappeared — a mystery that remains unanswered. Hopefully, the finale will resolve that, along with the billion other questions we have. Such as: what’s Ford’s real plan? And will he ever leave poor Bernard alone?

More than answers, though, we want conflict. Season 2 has drastically altered several character dynamics, despite their distance from each other. With everyone colliding, the results are bound to be explosive.

"Date: Sunday, June 24Start time: 9 p.m. ESTEpisode: “The Passenger”TV Channel: HBOLive Stream: Watch live on Fubo TV. Sign up now for a free seven-day trial. You can also watch on HBO Go or HBO Now."

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Frederick E.O. Toye directs a script by showrunners Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy.