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The Last of Us Season 2 Will ‘Probably’ Arrive in Late 2024 or Early 2025, Bella Ramsey Claims

The Last of Us season 2 will likely arrive in late 2024 or early 2025. As reported by The Independent, lead star Bella Ramsey appeared on The Jonathan Ross show, confirming that they will probably “shoot at the end of this year, beginning of next.” Their statement coincides with co-lead Pedro Pascal's earlier claims, where he suggested that production on The Last of Us season 2 might begin in 2023. The second chapter of the HBO show will adapt events from The Last of Us Part II, the gory and polarising sequel to the first…

The Last of Us Season 2: Expected Release, Cast, Plot, and More

The Last of Us series finale might have raised questions about Joel's choice and his morality, but it also takes away our weekly fix of the emotionally-traumatised Pedro Pascal and Bella Ramsey's misadventures. Luckily for us, there's more to their story; HBO has aleady greenlit a second season, with co-creator Neil Druckmann confirming that it would chart the events from 2020's The Last of Us: Part II game. Craig Mazin, who directed a few episodes of The Last of Us series, previously hinted that an adaptation of the…

Ellie’s Mom, Prequel Game, Season 1 Ending

Intensity was the name of the game in the Last of Us finale.Image: HBOThe shocking ending of The Last of Us season one is certain to have everyone talking for a long, long time. Luckily, io9 was among a group of journalists who got to talk to the people you’d want to talk to about it with most: showrunners Craig Mazin and Neil Druckmann.In an extended press event, Mazin and Druckmann touched upon their personal feelings about the finalebut also got into some other big moments and reveals now that the season is over. For

The Last of Us Season 1 Review: A Tale of Single Parentage Rooted in an Unforgiving, Mouldy World

"When you're lost in the darkness, look for the light." This is a message that persists throughout The Last of Us series, in both a literal and metaphorical sense, signifying the search for hope in an otherwise lifeless wasteland. You know what else is known for being lifeless? Video game adaptations that are clearly made to cash in on the popularity of the original property, often ruining the original experience and drawing hatred from fans. HBO's latest post-apocalyptic drama, however, is anything but that. On top of…

The Making of The Last of Us Special To Air After the Finale

Image: HBOThe climactic season one finale of The Last of Us, where we’ll find out the this current arc’s fates for Ellie (Bella Ramsey) and Joel (Pedro Pascal) is nearly upon us. But it’s not quite the end before we have to wait for season two.If you’re bummed to see them go HBO Max has announced that there will be a behind-the-scenes special that will give us a bit more of star duo with the seriesensemble alongside showrunners Neil Druckmann and Craig Mazin in The Making of The Last of Us. Check out the teaser

Episode 3 Was Originally 2 Hours Long

Frank (Murray Bartlett) in The Last of Us.Image: HBOAfter its first two episodes, everyone knew The Last of Us was good, but episode three really put things on a whole new level. Titled “Long, Long Time,” the extended flashback beautifully told the love story of Bill (Nick Offerman) and Frank (Murray Bartlett), two men who fall in love and prove that good things are possible in a world where evil lurks around every corner. It’s been praised all over the internet for the past two days but, apparently, there’s more episode

Last Of Us Episode 3 Explained By Showrunners Mazin/Druckmann

Nick Offerman’s BIll gets a substantial expansion on The Last Of Us.Image: HBOA few weeks ago, as I was watching screeners for HBO’s new show, The Last Of Us, I immediately thought about this moment. Today. Right now. You reading this. The day after everyone else could see what I just witnessed. I’d just watched episode three of The Last Of Us, called “Long, Long Time” and was stunned. That such a beautiful, unique, and unexpected episode of television was sandwiched in the middle of this PlayStation video game adaptation

The Last of Us TV Series Renewed for Second Season at HBO

The Last of Us TV series has been renewed for a second season. In a tweet, HBO confirmed the next chapter in its live-action adaptation of the renowned PlayStation video game, merely two episodes into season 1. The original game writer and now co-President of Naughty Dog responded to the tweet, claiming that the new season will chart the events from the polarising gory sequel, The Last of Us Part II. Craig Mazin — co-writer on the show — previously hinted that an adaptation of the sequel was likely if enough people…

Season 2 May Require Multiple Seasons

Image: HBO/Naughty DogTo no one’s surprise, HBO has already renewed its TV adaptation of The Last of Us for season two after just two episodes under its belt. While the TV show has brought much of the original 2013 game’s story to life thus far, it’s also knowingly taking some fairly substantial divergences or additions to make the universe feel more lived in and keep fans of the game on their toes.The show’s first season is already confirmed to be covering the entire first game, but that’ll be changing for the second

Last of Us Renewed for Season 2, Ep 1 Streaming Online Free

Image: HBOThe Last of Us is already proving to be a fungi-laden hit for HBO, so to the surprise of no one, the network has announced that the series will return for a second season. To celebrate, it’s also putting the debut episode of the series online for free—for those of you that need as much Pedro Pascal and apocalyptic dread as possible this weekend. “I’m humbled, honored, and frankly overwhelmed that so many people have tuned in and connected with our retelling of Joel and Ellie’s journey. The collaboration with