How many episodes of Westworld season 4 are there?

Evan Rachel Wood in Westworld season 4
(Image credit: HBO)

Westworld season 4 is now over, with a jaw-dropping finale keeping us on the edge of our seats. The latest season takes place seven years after the events of season 3, so there's been a pretty big time jump. A new theme park has opened its doors, too, which dives into the world of '30s mobsters. 

Lots of familiar faces returned, though, including Evan Rachel Wood, Thandiwe Newton, Tessa Thompson, and Jeffrey Wright, while new cast members include James Marsden and Ariana DeBose.  

If you're after more details, including when every episode was released, you're in the right place. And, if you don't have HBO Max yet, you can use our useful sign-on widget below to make an account and binge-watch to your heart's content. 

How many episodes of Westworld season 4 are there?

Westworld season 4 consists of eight episodes. The first was released on June 26 in the US and June 27 in the UK, with the rest following weekly. The finale aired on August 14 in the US and August 15 in the UK. Here's what that looks like as a handy schedule: 

  • Westworld season 4 episode 1 – June 26/June 27 
  • Westworld season 4 episode 2 – July 3/July 4 
  • Westworld season 4 episode 3 – July 10/July 11 
  • Westworld season 4 episode 4 – July 17/July 18 
  • Westworld season 4 episode 5 – July 24/July 25 
  • Westworld season 4 episode 6 – July 31/August 1
  • Westworld season 4 episode 7 – August 7/August 8 
  • Westworld season 4 episode 8 – August 14/August 15

How to watch Westworld season 4 on HBO Max and NOW TV

Jeffrey Wright in Westworld season 4

(Image credit: HBO)

Westworld season 4 ran from June 26 to August 14 (with episodes airing a day later in the UK). You'll need to have either an HBO Max account if you're catching up from the US, while UK viewers will need to be NOW TV subscribers. 

Episodes were released on Mondays at 9pm EST on HBO Max – the same time it aired on HBO – and 2am BST on Tuesdays on NOW TV, before airing on Sky Atlantic at 9pm BST later that day.

For more on what to watch on television, check out our guide to the most exciting new TV shows coming your way soon.

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