The Last of Us' second post-debut audience increase in HBO history was up 22 percent to 5.7 million viewers

The Last of Us' second post-debut audience increase in HBO history was up 22 percent to 5.7 million  ...

The Last of Us: HBO's second episode has risen from 4.7 million in its first episode to 5.7 million in its second episode, a 22 percent increase compared to the first episode of any HBO drama.

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Many were concerned about Craig Mazin and Neil Druckmann's handling of the transition of a beloved game to television. The Last of Us is considered by many to be one of the greatest games ever made, which means the designers have had to recreate what makes it special.

Other series, such as Halo and Resident Evil, have failed to capture true audiences, causing some displeasure among fans of the originals. Nevertheless, HBO appears to have managed to produce a worthwhile product, which has received praise for its portrayal of the Naughty Dog emotional moments.

The Last of Us' premiere episode has already been watched by 18 million people, nearly four times the number of viewers on the day of its release. According to HBO, Sunday viewership is only 20 to 40% of an episode's total gross audience, so there's still room for the program to grow.

Pedro Pascal plays Joel – a stern, heartbroken smuggler who must deliver 14-year-old Ellie (Bella Ramsay) to the lab while navigating an America devastated by an epidemic.

HBO with The Last of Us, Illumination, Nintendo with The Super Mario Bros., as well as David Garbor with Gran Turismo, are all set to try their hand at this next year.

The Last of Us: Part I is a remake of the original PlayStation 5 game, which will be released on Steam on March 3rd.

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