After the second episode, the overwhelming buzz around the new series The Last of Us stops. In fact, the HBO production achieved a remarkable feat recently, and we'll summarize all the details for you.
The Last of Us is on a record hunt for record data.
The Last of Us Episode 2 (buy now) was viewed by 5.7 million viewers as part of HBO's official announcement, as well as by an additional 22% for episode 1, which "only" had 4.7 million viewers when it first premiered a week and a half ago. The Last of Us is not the only HBO drama series that has shown such growth thus far.
The first episode of the program has now attracted about 18 million viewers, almost quadrupling the original number.
The Last of Us continues in this way.
Episode 3, which is dubbed "Long Long Time," will premiere on Sunday, March 12, 2023, and continues directly following the events from Episode 2.
PC games lovers are also familiar.
Naughty Dog's Creative Director Neil Druckmann revealed that the Last of Us would get some really special DLC.
Is The Last of Us still on a roll after the second episode?
The Last of Us' survival is still focussed on Joel and Ellie's survival, and the Fireflies also play an important role. However, HBO has yet to approve a second season.
HBO has issued these reports.