We have good news and we have some bad news.
Let's start with the good news: Westworld was renewed for a second season by HBO, the network announced on Monday. Huzzah! But the bad news? We'll probably have to wait until 2018 for new episodes. Boo!
In addition to the sci-fi drama based on the 1973 novel by Michael Crichton, Sarah Jessica Parker's Divorce and Insecure were also picked up for second seasons. All three will return with 10-episode sophomore seasons, with the two comedies set to return in 2017.
"I am thrilled to announce the pickup of our three fall series, all of which have distinctive, original voices," Casey Bloys, president of HBO programming said in statement. "Critics and viewers alike have welcomed Westworld and Insecure, as well as the return of Sarah Jessica Parker to the network after 12 years with Divorce."
Westworld's Oct. 2 premiere attracted almost 3.3 million viewers (in live-plus-same day returns), EW reports, making it HBO's biggest debut in almost three years; the series tells the story of a park created by programmers where wealthy guests can visit and pretend they're living in the old west, along with artificial Dollhouse-esque people created to inhabit the park and entertain the guests.
However, based on ratings data across the entire week and digital platforms, Westworld is averaging 11.7 million viewers in its first six weeks. After saying goodbye to Sex and the City (on TV, anyway) 12 years ago, SJP's return to HBO in Divorce has averaged 4.4 million viewers. Insecure is averaging 3.2 million viewers.