HBO Has Declared a Second Season of ‘The Last of Us’
The Last of Us’ premiere was HBO’s second-biggest launch of a series, behind only House of the Dragon, and the show’s audience increased by more than 20% for the second episode, as stated in an official press release. Find more details about the second season of the series.
The Last of Us Season 2 Release Date
According to Premiere Date, the release date of the second season of The Last of Us has not yet officially confirmed.
Breakout success for the post-apocalyptic drama starring Pedro Pascal and Bella Ramsey. Rotten Tomatoes lists 97 positive reviews and one negative for the series. After a slow start, the show has gained 22 million viewers across all platforms since its premiere earlier this month, making it HBO’s second-most-watched series debut in a decade.
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About The Last of US
Produced by HBO and written by Craig Mazin and Neil Druckmann, The Last of Us is an American post-apocalyptic television drama. The show is based on a computer game released in 2013 by Naughty Dog, and it takes place twenty years after a mutation in the species Cordyceps ignited a worldwide fungal pandemic. This illness turns its victims into hostile, cannibalistic zombie-like monsters.
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The show centers on Joel (Pedro Pascal), a smuggler who must travel across a devastated America with Ellie (Bella Ramsey), a teenager. Anna Torv plays Joel’s smuggling companion Tess, while Nico Parker plays his daughter Sarah. Gabriel Luna plays Joel’s younger brother Tommy. Merle Dandridge plays resistance leader Marlene.