The Last Of Us Series List Of Episodes

Last Modified Feb 08, 2023 05:21 GMT
Source: HBO

The Last of Us TV series is a new adaptation of a highly regarded video game of the same name. The show follows the journey of two characters, Joel Miller and Ellie Williams, in a post-apocalyptic world that has been devastated by a deadly brain infection.

The series is being written and directed by the original game writer and director, Neil Druckmann, and is exclusively available on HBO's cable network and streaming platform, HBO Max. The 9-episode series of The Last of Us can be watched every Sunday at 9 p.m. Eastern Time with monthly subscriptions to HBO Max starting at $10 for ad-supported viewing.

The Last Of Us Episodes and Release Dates

Episode 1: When You're Lost in the Darkness - Released on January 15.

Episode 2: Infected - Released on January 22.

Episode 3: Long Long Time - Released on January 29.

Episode 4: Please Hold My Hand - Released on February 5.

Episode 5: Endure and Survive - To be Released on February 10.

Episode 6: Kin - To be Released on February 19.

Episode 7: Left Behind - To be Released on February 26.

Episode 8: When We Are in Need - To be Released on March 5.

Episode 9: Title to be announced - To be Released on March 12.


What is The Last of Us about?

In the series, Ellie is located in a Boston quarantine zone and discovers her immunity to the infection, leading Joel to be tasked with smuggling her out of the zone. The two eventually form a close bond, but Joel is faced with a difficult choice when he realizes that Ellie's body is needed to develop a vaccine that could save humanity but would result in her death.

This series is not only a faithful adaptation of the game's playable characters and compelling storyline, but it is also a groundbreaking production in its own right. It marks HBO's first series based on a video game and Canada's largest television production to date.

Is Episode 5 getting released earlier?


Please Hold My Hand - Episode 4 was released on Sunday on HBO Max, but fans won't have to wait for the next episode until next weekend. Episode 5 will be released two days earlier, on Friday, February 10th at 9 p.m. ET (6 p.m. PT), on both HBO Max and HBO On Demand.

The reason behind the early release is unknown, but it's speculated that it's to avoid competition with the Super Bowl on Sunday. The next episodes will be released on Sundays on HBO Max and HBO's TV channel, with the season finale scheduled for March 12th.

Do I need to have played the games to watch the show?

It is not necessary to have played video games to enjoy the TV series. The show provides a retelling of the events from the first game and expands on some of the storylines and background elements. The writers, Craig Mazin and Neil Druckmann, have added a flashback scene to help newcomers understand the story's origins.

However, if the TV series interests you, it is highly recommended to play the original game and its sequel as they are considered to be some of the most captivating games ever made. The original game is available on PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, and PlayStation 5, and a PC version is set to be released on March 3. The sequel is currently only available on PlayStation 4.


Q. What is the show's rating?

A. The Last of Us Show has been rated as TV-MA.

Q. Where can I watch The Last of Us?

A. The Last of Us can be watched on HBO Max and HBO On Demand.

Q. Who are the writers of The Last of Us Show?

A. The Last of Us Show is written by Craig Mazin, the creator of HBO's "Chernobyl," and Neil Druckmann, the games series' creative director.

Q. Will there be a second season of The Last of Us Show?

A. Yes, The Last of Us has been renewed for a second season after only two episodes aired. The renewal came after episode 1 surpassed 22 million viewers domestically and 5.7 million people tuned in to watch episode 2.