Like any television creators, Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy were secretly hoping viewers would engage with their brainchild Westworld - a science-fiction drama about a futuristic theme park where androids fulfil dark human desires.
But the husband-and-wife collaborators - who write, produce and direct the Emmy-winning show - did not expect the sophisticated fan analysis that accompanied the first season in 2016.
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