‘The Last Of Us’ Premiere Is HBO’s Second Biggest Premiere Since 2010
Our LastThe highly-anticipated TV series adaptation of Naughty Dog’s hit game of the same name finally premiered on Sunday, and it looks like an HBO hit.
That is because The last of us’ the premiere was the second-biggest premiere for an HBO series since 2010, only to be beaten by last year Dragon HouseHBO’s first TV spin-off Game of Thrones series. Our Last attracted 4.7 million views, according to a Limit line report, second to House of the Dragon premiered in 2022, attracting 9,986 million viewers. Our Last suitable for HBO Boardwalk Empirepremiered in 2010 with 4.81 million viewers.
Limit line writes that HBO says Sunday night views typically account for 20 to 40 percent of a given show’s total audience per episode (HBO shows typically release episodes on Sunday nights).
“We’re excited to see fans of the series and the game experience this iconic story in a new way, and we thank them for helping to make the film a success. “, said CEO and president of HBO and HBO Max Content Casey Bloys, based on Limit line. “Congratulation [showrunners Craig Mazin and Neil Druckmann, who is also a co-creator of The Last of Us], and the outstanding cast and crew worked tirelessly to bring this show to life. We hope fans around the world enjoy the rest of the season.”
“Our focus was simply on creating the best possible adaptation of this beloved story for as many audiences as possible,” said Druckmann and Mazin. Limit line. “We are delighted to see how many fans, both old and new, have welcomed Our Last into their homes and hearts.”
While waiting for this week’s episode, read our interview with actors Druckmann and Joel Pedro Pascal about how The Last of Us was changed for TVand then read about how no plans for Our Last show to go beyond the game.