The Last of Us on HBO may have finally broken the trend of poor live-action video game adaptations. The critically acclaimed game of the same name by Naughty Dog is being adapted into a television series. It made its debut earlier in January to much fanfare and captured both longtime followers of the series and others unfamiliar with it.
The HBO series, which was created and helmed by Neil Druckmann and Craig Mazin, stars Pedro Pascal from The Mandalorian and Bella Ramsey from Game of Thrones as Joel and Ellie, two people who must survive in a world that has been decimated by an infection that transforms people into zombie-like creatures.
Joel is charged with taking Ellie around the US, hoping to discover a cure when it emerges that she is immune to the infection. So, when will the upcoming episode of the HBO series air? Continue reading for more information about The Last of Us’ forthcoming episodes.
Last Of US Episode 2 Release Date
Long Time’s third episode of The Last of Us debuted on January 29 at 2 AM GMT. The attack was also broadcast on HBO in the US and available on Sky Atlantic and NOW in the UK.
Episode 3 will see Joel (The Mandalorian’s Pedro Pascal) and Ellie start their perilous journey to meet up with Joel’s brother, Tommy, and ultimately deliver Ellie (Game of Thrones legend Bella Ramsey) across the US to the Fireflies to create a cure for the virus. This follows the dramatic events of episode 2, which debuted on Sunday (January 22) and brought even more heartbreak.
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Episodes of The Last of Us are
The Last of Us’s first season consists of nine episodes, each of which is said to last anywhere between 46 and 81 minutes. Whether there will be additional episodes once this first season has concluded hasn’t been confirmed, although it’s feasible that the show will adapt The Last of Us 2 for a second season.
The series’ creators have admitted that they are keen to continue but do not want the show to run indefinitely. Mazin started to RadioTimes.com and other media: “Things occasionally become strained in a world where television series are entirely flexible, they can have as many episodes as they seem to require, and on some platforms, you can have as much time per episode as you need.
“And I have high standards when it comes to TV. Whenever someone advised me to watch something, I said, “No, I’m not going to do that. You have to get to season 3, episode 9. That’s when it takes off.” I want to watch the first episode of season 1, and I want every episode to be worth watching. I want to be compelled to keep reading.”
He went on: “I never want to get the impression that they’re just using the time to produce more entertainment. We are all far too intelligent to miss it when we see it. And as for myself, I have no interest in developing a television show that is intended to run indefinitely.
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I adore conclusions. And suppose everything isn’t tied up in a perfect circle from beginning to end. In that case, I’m not sure what the point of anything is, “Since we knew how to achieve it inside a season, I thought the first game’s narrative was beautiful, comprehensive, and deserved a season.
So, in a way, that was a no-brainer. And I swear, if we are fortunate enough to receive additional seasons and continue telling the narrative, we will keep up our efforts to ensure that each episode is worthwhile.” Ramsey has also expressed her want to come back, claiming she would do it “forever.”
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