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Blog | Women Can Talk Sports

I recently spent 2 days at the NFL Combine, and the similarities in preparation and competition between the Miss America Pageant and the NFL Combine are just too good not to share!

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My current Top 10 favorite women talking sports on TV, twitter, online, and in their everyday lives.

To get a woman who knows nothing about sports to talk about sports is easy... just say the name Tim Tebow. He is one of the only athletes my mom, aunts, and 87-year-old grandmother all know.

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If you need an emergency crash course in.

football, here are our 5 must read posts.

I, Taryn Foshee, suffer from debilitating, paralyzing Social Media Anxiety Deficit Disorder. This self-diagnosis is quite serious bikinis for someone who blogs and operates over 13 various social media accounts, but admitting there is problem is the first step toward recovery, right?

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Sport is culturally unavoidable, and I passionately believe that women under-utilize the sports conversation in their personal and professional lives. Here I share 3 professional benefits of talking sports.

Keeping up-to-date with everything happening in the world of sports can be quite overwhelming. So, here is a little hint to make your life easier: Apps! If you have a smartphone, take advantage of having concise sports information at your fingertips!

Our Fumble No More segment explains common sports terminology that creeps into everyday conversations. Featured in this post: Fumbles, Formations, Reads, and Audibles.

I have started this "first post" nearly 100 times over the last 4 years. I first had the dream for a website dedicated to teaching women about sports in the summer of 2008.

I worked sporadically on the idea, always ...

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Top 100 Websites For Women

No one can succeed on her own. Even the savviest women need help along the way. To that end, with the help of the ForbesWoman community, we've searched the Web for the most dynamic, inspiring and helpful websites for women. We're delighted to present this list of ForbesWoman's Top 100 Websites for Women.

To determine which sites and blogs made the cut we looked for compelling and decidedly female-oriented content, outstanding design, an active community and frequent updates. In short, sheer clickyness.

Short of a women's studies seminar at Smith College, it would be hard to find feminist conversation as lively and engaging as can be found on Feministing. Pioneer Woman has turned Web design and online photography into a high-art form. Dooce, a blog by uber mom blogger Heather Armstrong, fields dozens of comments and retweets per posting, mostly from like-minded women weighing in on Armstrong's musings and rants. Womensenews and Birdsontheblog are veritable Twitter-fast scrolls of stories and features for and by women.

Twitter follower @abbycar was quick to respond when we asked our community for their favorite Web resources, and her response: "85Broads!" was quickly echoed on both Twitter and Facebook, and happens to be an editors' favorite as well. Other top shout outs that made the list were the blog Start Up Princess (@DomesticBecky), Ms. Magazine (@TitaniaUSA) and financial site LearnVest (@MeldonJ).

Why 100? As it turns out, we couldn't go with less.

85 Broads: A member's only international network of 20,000 inspired, empowered and connected women started by female staffers at

Goldman Sachs

. Nice offering of blogs from members on work-life issues.

Alexandra Levit: A career blog by author and journalist Alexandra Levit that regularly dispenses wisdom on all things work.

Babble: A community for new parents with advice, recipes, news and resources, plus a witty blog called Strollerderby.

Betty Confidential: A fast-growing women's site that features celebrity news and lifestyle content.

Birds On the Blog: This London blog features career advice and breaking women's-interest news from 11 resident bloggers (aka "the birds"). All ad revenue from the site is used to fund the education of 5-year-old Ugandan twin girls, Princess and Perfect.

Bizzie Mommy: Very busy mom Stephanie Elie blogs about juggling her two kids and multiple businesses.

BlogHer: The premier women's blog platform is celebrating its fifth year this year--and it's still going and growing strong.

Brazen Careerist's Blog: Serial entrepreneur Penelope Trunk writes about work and life for over 40,000 subscribers. Her top piece of advice? Control your professional identity to stay employable.

CafeMom: An online community for moms that hosts parenting forums, games and blogs.

Care: A community and blog for the "sandwich" generation who juggle caring for their children, parents, pets and overall sanity.

CareerDiva: career columnist Eve Tahmincioglu blogs about navigating the job market, networking, negotiating and more.

Catalyst: This website by nonprofit group Catalyst hosts research about women in business and an insightful blog, Catalyzing.

0623_sites-for-women-corporette_170x170.jpg Common Sense With Money: Accountant and mom Mercedes Levy offers smart advice on budgeting, saving and where to find bargains.

Cool Mom: TV host and pop culture writer Daphne Brogdon blogs and posts videos to fuel the "momversation."

Corporette: A fashion and lifestyle blog for corporate women: lawyers, bankers, MBAs, consultants and "otherwise overachieving chicks."

Count Me In: This community for women business owners offers career resources, webinars, blogs and a network for female entrepreneurs.

Daily Worth: A personal finance and business site for women updated daily with money tips and blog posts. Their motto is: "We believe all women should be in charge of their financial health."

Dames Bond: "When dames bond, dames thrive" is the motto of this networking site for women in business. In addition to feature articles on advice, it features an extensive business directory of female services and businesses.

Deal Seeking Mom: With five kids, Tara Kuczykowski lives on a budget.

She blogs about money-saving tricks, alerting readers to freebies, coupons and sales.

DivineCaroline: A curated blog platform for women, DivineCaroline hosts entertaining and thoughtful content about work, travel, style and relationships.

0623_sites-for-women-divinecaroline_170x170.jpg Dooce: With stunning pictures and crisp wit, mom and former Web designer Heather Armstrong chronicles her life and the world around her.

Escape From Cubicle Nation: Career coach Pamela Slim offers easy-to-follow marketing and business advice to help workers funnel their passions into their work.

Families and Work: The blog from the nonprofit group Families and Work Institute features thoughtful pieces on the changing workplace and family structure.

Feministe: A feminist blog that tackles gender issues with both humor and gravity.

Feministing: An online community and blog with a feminist perspective that analyzes how pop culture and mainstream media reflect modern women.

Frances Cole Jones: Former nonfiction editor and career expert Jones offers business advice and tips on workplace etiquette.

From The Gen Y Perspective: Emily Jasper blogs about career and workplace issues with the perceptive vantage point of youth.

Glam: This women's style site features beauty advice, must-have products and celebrity fashion trends.

Healthy Women: A go-to information source for women on all things health, with hard medical data and breezy lifestyle articles.

Hello Ladies: Calls itself "the intersection of feminism and life," and features breaking news stories, feminist essays and work-life advice.

Home-Based Working Moms: An online community and association for work-at-home moms with useful resources to help with the juggle.

Hybrid Mom: This community for moms features articles and blogs on parenting and work, as well as a digital marketplace where users can buy and sell their products.

0623_sites-for-women-ivillage_170x170.jpg InStyle: The official InStyle magazine website provides an insider's view on celebrity style and easy tips to get it yourself.

iVillage: One of the Web's largest communities for women featuring lifestyle stories and tips and a ton of active message boards.

Jane Has A Job: Jane Has Job is a blog and community hub for working women in their 20s and 30s. Their mission is to address the many challenges of a woman's life, recognizing that no two women are the same but do share certain desires and concerns.

Jezebel: Owned by Gawker Media, a must-visit blog about celebrity, sex and fashion that bites into the media's representation of women and critiques gender in pop culture.

Ladies Who Launch: An active and engaging site for female entrepreneurs that provides a resources for starting, building and running a business.

LearnVest: Easy-to-understand financial advice, information and tools for women hoping to take control of their financial lives.

Lemondrop: This edgy women's lifestyle site features posts on love, sex and beauty.

Lindsey Pollak: LinkedIn spokesperson and Gen Y expert Lindsey Pollak blogs about social media and work for the next generation of leaders.

Maggie Jackson: Author and journalist Maggie Jackson posts about the balancing acts of working parents and how technology is changing the way we live and work.

Martha Stewart Living: The digital platform of powerhouse Martha Stewart features inspired tips, recipes and guides to perfecting the home.

Minti: User-generated blogs discuss pregnancy, parenting, childhood and education.

Modite: Entrepreneur Rebecca Thorman writes with fury on the state of the Gen-Y generation, women and work.

Mom Invented: Tamara Monosoff launched this online community for entrepreneurial moms. It supports and inspires women inventors with business advice and product licensing opportunities.

Mommy Tracked: This "multi-tasking" website for modern moms provides a fresh take.

on motherhood with sharp columns and commentary.0623_sites-for-women-mominventors_170x170.jpg

Moms Rising: Members of this "motherhood movement" take to the site to rally behind family-friendly policies like paid sick days and parental leave, flexible work options and quality health care.

More: The Web presence of More magazine, the lifestyle title for women over 40.

Motherlode: New York Times' Motherlode blog by Lisa Belkin tackles studies, news and first-hand insight of modern motherhood.

Ms. Magazine: The Web presence of feminist frontrunner Ms. Magazine, the website boasts the most extensive coverage of U.S. and international women's issues.

Ms. Money: A personal finance resource for women that covers everything from investing and budgeting to debt reduction, all to give financial peace of mind to its users.

Mystic Madness: A blog for women that addresses personal development, relationships and work issues through the lens of self-improvement.

On The Job: A workplace blog from columnist and author Anita Bruzzese, On The Job tackles outsourcing, unemployment issues and procrastination with just the right quantities of journalism and snark.

One Louder:


staffing manager Heather

Hamilton blogs about marketing, recruiting and corporate culture.

Oprah: It's Oprah--she's everything--and her site is, too.

Our Bodies, Our Blog: A blog from the nonprofit group Boston Women's Health Book Collective that aims to educate on women's health issues through topical newsy content.

Parents Connect: Nickelodeon's community site for parents has the tagline "we're not perfect, we're parents," and features networking opportunities, vacation advice and a platform to swap parenting war stories.


Pink Magazine: The Web presence of Pink, the national women's magazine that addresses the needs, interests, ambitions and accomplishments of working women.

Pioneer Woman: Ree Drummond juggles homeschool, career and life on a ranch, and blogs her recipes, photography and family stories. Inspiring and delicious.

Protocol School: From etiquette expert Diane Gottsman, the site is a resource for manners and protocol in business. Gottsman says, "If you think business and manners don't mix, try talking with your mouth full."

Punk Rock HR: HR expert Laurie Ruettmann, one of's Top Five bloggers, shares her insights into corporate right and wrongs--and how to get ahead without kissing butt.

Rachael Ray: The queen of 30-minute meals offers her unique brand of getting things done with a smile, and her site offers advice and features culled from her daytime TV show as well as must-cook recipes.

Real Simple: Real Simple magazine's Web presence is as no-fuss and impeccably designed as the print version. Stop here for lifestyle advice from these organizing, cooking and DIY experts.

Salon's Broadsheet: The women and pop culture blog from Salon is always entertaining swimsuits and enlightening

and more than worthy of a bookmark.

Savvy Miss: A community for "real" women who are curious, fun-loving, philanthropic and intellectual.

Self: Self magazine's online presence and a destination in its own right for features and advice on fitness, healthy eating, stress-management and quick exercise tips.

She Finds and Mom Finds: Buying guides from shopping experts save busy women the trouble of pre-shopping research on must-have fashion, gifts and kid gear.

She Takes On The World: One of our picks for the 20 best marketing and social media blogs by women this year, She Takes On The World is an award-winning business and lifestyle blog for women.


Smitten Blog by Glamour: The community website of Glamour magazine, the site features magazine

content, a blog platform and community forums on fashion, love, work issues and fitness.

Start Up Princess: A resource for female entrepreneurs by female entrepreneurs through education,

encouragement and networking opportunities.

Style: Vogue's online home for fashion news, runway shows, trends, designers and insider industry tidbits. A great resource for women looking to update their working wardrobe, or to keep on top of trends each season.

Team Sugar: The parent site for all of the 'Sugar blogs that cover all manner of life, from work and fashion to kids to celebrities. Teamsugar is one-stop shopping for hip female-friendly content.

Tech Mamas: A tech blog for mamas, a mom blog for techies, this California-based site offers advice on software, hardware and marketing for the working-from-home set as well as marketers in the tech sector.

The Boss Network: A community of entrepreneurial women who support each other through conversation, 0623_sites-for-women-style_170x170.jpg online and event-based networking.

The Bump: The Bump, from TheKnot, is a community website for expecting and trying-to-conceive couples that offers support, advice and features to women and their partners.

The Football Girl: Melissa Jacobs blogs about football, "because women love football too." Her site features game analysis, exclusive interviews with players and fantasy football tips for women.

The Glass Hammer: An award-winning blog and online community created for women executives in finance, law, technology and big business.

The Juggle:'s The Juggle blog provides news and views on work, caregiving and time management for working parents.

The Knot: A community website for engaged or recently married couples that offers wedding advice, registry information and planning features for women and couples.

The Nie Nie Dialogues: The world has been watching Stephanie Nielson as she's raised her family of four and miraculously recovered from a plane crash that burned 83% of her body. We can't stop watching.

TheBloggess: Jenny Lawson blogs about sex, love and motherhood, and whatever else comes to mind.

Total Leadership: Stew Friedman blogs for Total Leadership on improvement in all domains of life--work, home, community and self, advice all women can take to heart.

WAHM: An online magazine and resource for work-at-home mothers that includes features and advice on finding work, self-marketing and keeping the kids busy while you freelance.

WFN: The blog of Boston College's Alfred P. Sloan Work and Family Research Network is a destination for information on work and family balance and features articles on public policy and evidence-based information on workforce issues, talent management and the impact of work and family issues on business.

Woman's Day: Woman's Day is one of the most popular women's magazines on the newsstand and the website follows in its footsteps, providing thorough content with a particular slant towards recipes and home life.

Women Entrepreneur: The female arm of, this site is a resource for current and aspiring women business owners, featuring in-depth profiles of success stories as well as up-to-date advice on funding.

Women For Hire: A hub of recruitment services for women, this site offers career expos, blogs and feature articles as well as an online job board that connects leading employers with professional women.0623_sites-for-women-womenentrepreneur_170x170.jpg

Women On Business: The goal of Women on Business is to expand the international network of businesswomen online by promoting conversation on common issues. It was founded by writer and consultant Susan Gunelius.

Women Success Coaching: A blog from success coach Bonnie Marcus, Women's Success Coaching weighs in on the many building blocks of empowering women in business, from assertive communication to self promotion to sensitivity training.

Womenetics: A networking platform for professional women that features daily content on business and personal relationships.

Women's e-News: A nonprofit news service covering issues of concern to women and their allies and provides a woman's perspective on changing public policy.

Women Fitness: Aims to improve women's nutrition and activity levels. "Wanting to look and feel good may feel shallow," they say, "but if it means reducing body fat and building toned muscles, it's a truly wonderful thing."

WomensForum: As one of the first online women's communities, it still boasts 8 million page views a month as a destination for working women.

Work Happy Now: A blog and newsletter from career coach Karl Staib, WHN focuses on developing career "superpowers" to find the job that's right for you.

Work It Mom: A community and blog for working mothers. Their philosophy is that if mothers share their experiences with each other, working women can successfully juggle career and family.

Work Life Fit: Resource for work life fit and flex scheduling for organizations and individuals.

Working Mother: The web presence of Working Mother magazine, the site features articles on the intersection of parenting and professional life.

Works by Nicole Williams: Author Nicole Williams curates WORKS, a resource for young professional women with a sophisticated voice.

WowOwow: WowOwow is a daily blog and newsmagazine written by an A-list cast of female writers and


entertainment icons who share their opinions on news and women's issues.

Yahoo! Shine: A women-only curated blog platform that serves up career advice, style tips, whatever's-in-your-fridge recipes and pithy takes on current events.

Readers: This list has no beginning, middle or end. Please share your candidates for best websites and blogs for women in our comments or ForbesWoman on Facebook or Twitter @forbeswoman.

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How to Make Your Own Swimsuit

If you do not wish to spend much on swimsuits, or if you are not very happy about the fit of the swimsuit available in stores; this article will tell you how to make your own swimsuit at home. Keep reading.

Swimsuit Shopping Tips

Summer is no time to hide behind bulky clothes and you need to purchase a swimsuit if you want to hit the beach. But finding the perfect swimsuit that will flatter your figure is a daunting task. But not to we are...

Swimsuit Care Instructions

No matter how good the quality your swimsuit is, it has to be cared for properly if you want to make it last long. Here's how you can make this task easier...

Slimming Swimsuits

For selecting the right slimming swimsuits, there are certain things you need to consider. Read on to know more.

Bathing Suit Cover-up Ideas

Bathing suit cover-ups or wraps are essential when you go swimming, as they can save you from the harsh sunburns. This article shares some ideas on this topic.

Types of Bathing Suit Fabric

While shopping for an attractive bathing suit, it is not just the color, pattern, and the design that should strike us. The fabric is as important as any of the other factors that are mentioned.

Monokini Body Type

Women having a well-toned figure can flaunt a monokini without any worries. You will come across the styles of these swimsuits one piece that suit different types of bodies. Read ahead to know the tips.

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Plus size board shorts provide comfort and coverage, without compromising on style. Read on to know the various designs and styles available for board shorts.

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Tankini women's swimsuits tops are swimsuits opted by women who wish to reveal less yet look appealing. Read this Buzzle article that would help you pick the hottest one for yourself.

Wetsuits for Men

Selecting the right wetsuit according to the water activities you will be participating in is important. This article will provide useful tips that will help you buy the best wetsuit according to your need and body type.

Bathing Suits For Women Over 40

Bathing suits for women over 40

First they say that age is only a number, and then they come up with bathing suits for women over 40. Rejoice in the irony, and take a look at some related beachwear ideas below.

Slimming Swimsuits for Older Women

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Skirtini Bathing Suits

Flaunting yourself in skirtini bathing suits at a beach or at a pool party can turn heads, without making you look vulgar and making you feel embarrassed about the scant nature of swimwear.

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Tankinis look fashionable, sporty, feminine and modest, all at once! If you are planning to get one for yourself, you will certainly find the information given in this article very useful.

Monokini Swimsuits

A type of swimwear that is all the rage today, monokini swimming costumes are a popular option for those women, who are not comfortable donning a bikini. In this Buzzle article, we tell you, why these swimsuits may be the best...

Swimsuits for Different Body Shapes

Swimsuits for different body shapes

You don't need to resemble a runway model to slip into a sexy swimsuit. All you need to do is read this Buzzle article to understand which swimsuit appeals to your body shape.

Can a Swimsuit Help You Swim Faster?

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Indeed it can! The kind of swimwear you don can have an impact on the speed you swim with. This Buzzle article brings you all the facts, separated from the myths.

Boy Shorts Swimwear

Boy shorts swimwear make every feminine body type look fabulous, hiding problem areas and accentuating the good points of a body frame. To know more about this swimwear style, scroll down.

Rash Guards for Women

Rash guards are a good choice for sun protection and various other adventure sports. This article gives more information about what they are and which brands to look for.

Types of Slimming Swimsuits for Women

Planning your first trip as a couple to the beach? Well, if you are nervous about your figure, then a slimming swimsuit is the perfect option for you.

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Mens Fashion - What To Wear To The Gym

Is the gym a place of workout? Yes, most definitely. Should fashion be left at the door? Well, that depends. Sometimes the gym is a place to both get in shape and also to socialize. If you went to the gym in the first place to get in shape in order to attract others, then why not start right there in the gym - attracting others? OK, if you are totally overweight and you need the serious gym workout to lose 300 lbs., there is not so much you can do to look fashionable while you are doing that.

Instead you should wear the most comfortable gym clothes you can find that you can still feel comfortable in, no matter if you are sweating out a gallon of perspiration. Your object in this case is to find gym clothes that make the torture of losing the weight, that is the same amount as an entire other person, less painful. Sweat it out in this case and forget about being fashionable.

If however, you are a regular body shape and size, just needing to go the gym to get a little more muscle tone and definition to your almost perfect body, then you need to dress with a fashion sense at the gym. Believe it, when we say it. Everyone does look at you in the gym and judge smartbands you not only on how good your body looks but also on how well dressed you are. This means you need to have multiple gym outfits as well.

You cannot put on the same gym clothes as two days ago that have been left unwashed in your gym bag and expect to look good. No! Gym clothes, of the fashionable kind, are meant to be worn once, they washed properly before they are worn again. It may seem like a lot of hassle to do this, but imagine how more motivated you will be to do a great workout when you put on a fresh set of gym clothes each time you go to the gym. This is instead of forcing yourself to put on a smelly, maybe still wet, set of used gym clothes from the previous session.

This means if you go to the gym three times per week you need to have three complete separate sets of gym clothes. And that includes everything from the headband (OMG! You still wear one of those things! At least make it very contemporary if you do) to your athletic shoes. That's right.

you need a different pair of athletic shoes for each visit to the gym.

Why is that? Because athletic shoes need at least a week to dry out after a major workout and you should air them (in the sun if possible) and spray them with bacteria-killing foot deodorant each time before use. After only a few weeks of solid use, they will stink to high heaven if you do not do this. For the rest of the gym outfit, you get to show your character in the choice of gym trunks and shirt.

Don't go outlandish, just choose a variety of styles that make you look very good.

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‘Westworld’ Season 2: Have You Forgotten What Happened In Season 1? Here’s A Refresher

Westworld Season 2: Have You Forgotten What Happened In Season 1? Heres A Refresher

Season 1 of 'Westworld' summed up quickly so you don't need to watch it again

Season 1 of HBO's Westworld was a whirlwind of a new television universe for fans to immerse themselves in and an internet overflowing with theories on what direction the show might take. So, here's a quick refresher ahead of the Season 2 premiere on Sunday night just in case you don't have 10 hours spare to watch Season 1 lion hoodies all over again.

Westworld Season 1 Synopsis

Westworld is the name of a theme park that caters to people who like an immersive experience when on holidays. For a fee, people can board the train to Westworld and become a part of the Wild West.

Within Westworld are "hosts" which is just a fancy world for robots that look and act exactly like humans. In fact, as viewers discovered by the end of Season 1 of Westworld, sometimes it is impossible to distinguish between hosts and humans -- here's looking at you Bernard.

Alongside the hosts are "narratives." These are story loops that play out repeatedly.

Depending on how humans interact with the hosts and narratives depends on how the storyline plays out.

A person's experience in Westworld can be as vanilla or as spicy as they like. From sex to murder, Westworld allows all of it. However, while humans can kill hosts, hosts cannot kill humans.

As to be expected in a world filled with the artificial intelligence of the hosts, things start to go wrong. When "revelries" are introduced, some hosts start glitching. As for others, well, they are well on their way to becoming sentient beings. By the end of Season 1 of Westworld, some hosts have managed to rise up and Season 2 looks set to explore this conflict.

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Westworld Season 2 Expectations

Season 1 of Westworld saw many mysteries still remaining. However, as for the fates of Elsie Hughes and Ashley Stubbs, they have survived according to Variety. Alongside this, while Dr. Ford is dead and Anthony Hopkins won't be back to reprise.

the role, Ford will still occur in Season 2 of Westworld to some capacity, albeit a younger version of him that will occur in flashbacks.

If you are not a fan of the Wild West and were wondering if Westworld Season 2 will expand out into other fantasy lands such as was suggested in the Season 1 finale, then Season 2 will please you. Variety also states that Shogun World be present in Season 2 of Westworld. However, the show's creators have not yet confirmed whether Westworld will expand outside of those two worlds.

As Variety has also pointed out, there are plenty or newcomers to Season 2 of Westworld. The new cast members include the following.

Vikings actor Gustaf Skarsgard who plays Karl Strand. He is described as someone who is "comfortable in the field."The Leftovers actress Katja Herbers will play Grace, a "seasoned guest."Rogue One actor Fares Fares will play Antoine Costa, a "tech expert."Alongside the above new Westworld regulars will be Betty Gabriel, Jonathan Tucker, and Neil Jackson in recurring roles. Gabriel will play a character called Marling who "restore order on the ground." Tucker will play commanding military officer Major Craddock. According to Deadline, Jackson's character, Nicholas, is described as "a charming, resourceful man who finds himself in uncharted territory."

You can also view the trailer for Season 2 of Westworld below.

Finally, if you are brave and have plenty of time up your sleeves, you can fall down the Reddit rabbit hole with the subreddit /r/westworld. Just be careful the show's creators don't Rickroll you though.

Season 2 of HBO's Westworld premieres on Sunday, April 22, at 9 p.m. ET.

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