A new episode of #TheLastOfUs is streaming now!

HBO Max is set on fire due to the show, The Last of Us, which is gradually unfolding the journey of Ellie and Joel. The show premiered on the 15th of January, and it grabbed around 10 million audiences in just the first two days. The show’s first six episodes are already streaming as of now, with the latest release last Sunday. The show focuses on the initial entry in the franchise representing the adaptation of the legendary PlayStation video game series, which was renewed late for its second season. Also, episodes are supposed to come up each week until the 12th of March, and you can expect something or the other to be up every Sunday.

The Last of Us: Release dates and times

Each episode of The Last of Us should arrive on HBO Max every Sunday at 6 p.m. PT (9 p.m. ET). This time slot is the same as the one the House of the Dragon occupied in the past year.
Where can you see The Last of Us if you are outside the US?

In Canada, you can expect to catch the show on Crave at 9 p.m. Sunday; in the UK and Ireland, you may get hold of it on Sky Atlantic and Now at 2 a.m. Monday. You can watch it from Australia on Binge and Foxtel at 1 p.m. AEDT Monday, and in case you are from New Zealand, you may expect it on Neon at 3 p.m. Monday.
Who all starred in The Last of Us?
The series stars The Mandalorian’s Pedro Pascal as Joel. You can also expect his fellow Game of Thrones alumnus Bella Ramsey as Ellie. The show also includes Parks and Recreation actor Nick Offerman, Yellowjackets’ Melanie Lynskey, and Anna Torv from Fringe.
Bottom line:
The Last of Us presents more thrill than horror, and you will see how Joel and Ellie will come across the human survivors when the fungal brain infection happens to infect the entire population worldwide.

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