HBO refreshes ‘The Last of Us’ for a second season

Get ready for more clicks, satire from Ellie and perhaps a trip to a rotting Seattle: HBO renewed Because . That’s not really a surprise, since adaptations of Naughty Dog’s games are already in the works. . About 22 million people watched the first episode, five times the number of viewers on its premiere night 12 days ago. The show also witnessed in the audience of any original HBO series.

If you haven’t caught yet Our Last and curious as to what all that ruckus is about, there’s some good news. You can now watch the first episode for .

Streaming services often offer free previews of certain shows in the hopes of attracting viewers and getting them to subscribe. The first episode of Game of Thrones spin-off Dragon Houseanother great success of the platform, free to watch on even HBO Max .

For the uninitiated, Our Last is based on a ( and ) game of the same name. It is often considered one of the best examples of storytelling in video games. It tells the story of a smuggler who reluctantly escorts a teenage girl across America after the world is ravaged by a fungus that turns humans into terrifying, mutant creatures.

So far, the great HBO adaptation has largely followed the same story with some clever twists and changes. Critics have hailed the third episode, which airs this Sunday, as the best part of the season. It focuses on a side story that is primarily told through a note that the player finds in the game.

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