|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of episodes||5 (2 unaired)|
|Executive producer(s)||Lou Shaw|
|Running time||60 mins.|
|Production company(s)||Lou Shaw Productions|
|Distributor||Warner Bros. Television Distribution|
|Original release||March 5 –|
March 19, 1980
Security Chief John Moore of the Delos Corporation has to stop the evil scientist Quaid, who is planning to use the robots in Delos to try to take over the world.
- Jim McMullan as John Moore
- James Wainwright as Simon Quaid
- Connie Sellecca as Pamela Williams
- William Jordan as Joseph Oppenheimer
- Severn Darden as Foley
- Nancy Harewood as Roberta
- Judith Chapman as Laura Garvey (pilot only)
Broadcast and reception
The series was nominated for two Primetime Emmy Awards (Outstanding Achievement in Makeup and Outstanding Art Direction For a Series), though only five episodes were produced. Only three of these episodes aired before cancellation.
|No.||Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date|
|1||"Westworld Destroyed"||Ted Post||Lou Shaw||March 5, 1980|
|John Moore is assigned to hunt down Quaid who has some androids that he proposes to use to further his own ends. The first one is hiding amongst the crew of a U.S. nuclear submarine.|
|2||"My Brother's Keeper"||Rob Holcomb||Lou Shaw,|
|March 12, 1980|
|Quaid blackmails the owner of an oil company and John and Pamela must find the android in the company's ranks.|
|3||"Sound of Terror"||Paul Stanley||Martin Roth||March 19, 1980|
|Quaid gets his hands on some uranium, and John and Pamela must find another android who is hiding in a rock band.|
|4||"The Lion"||Jack Starrett||Martin Roth,|
David Bennett Carren
|Delos circuitry is found in a car explosion and John and the rest of the Delos team must try and work out Quaid's new plan.|
|5||"Takeover"||Don Weis||Gregory S. Dinallo,|
|Quaid's target is the police officer in charge of the state governor's visit. John and Pamela must stop Quaid and identify the police officer who is actually an android.|
Awards and nominations
|1980||Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Awards||Outstanding Achievement in Makeup||Beyond Westworld||Nominated|
|Outstanding Art Direction For a Series||Beyond Westworld||Nominated|
- "Beyond Westworld". The New York Times.
- "Beyond Westworld DVD news: Announcement for Beyond Westworld - The Complete Series - TVShowsOnDVD.com". Archived from the original on 2014-08-01.
- "Beyond Westworld". Television Academy. Retrieved 28 June 2019.
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