Despite some fierce competition on Sunday night, The Last of Us continues to climb new heights in viewership with each passing week. 7.5 million viewers watched the series this weekend on HBO and HBO Max, HBO announced in a press release.
The Last of Us Episode 4 features Joel and Ellie battling bandits and more, but the show itself had to battle it out against the 65th Annual Grammy Awards this week, after battling it out against the Grammys. won the AFC championship last weekend. Even so, episode 4’s 7.5 million figure increased 17% compared to episode 3, grossing 6.4 million.
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Even HBO knows when it’s beaten, though, so with the Super Bowl taking place this Sunday, the network will offer The Last of Us Episode 5 on HBO Max on Friday, February 10, at 6 p.m. PT / 9 p.m. ET. You don’t mess with the Super Bowl.
The Last of Us is adapted from the Sony PlayStation game of the same name, starring Pedro Pascal and Bella Ramsey as Joel and Ellie, along with Anna Torv, Nick Offerman, Murray Bartlett, and others. The Last of Us is in its first season, but already extension for Part 2 since last week. Read some changes from the game, such as for resistance fighters Joel and Ellie to encounter a leader between others. If the show makes you want to check out the source material, if just to hear more about Ellie’s puns, The Last of Us Part 1, a remake of the 2013 original game, is coming to PC. on March 3 Later Released on PlayStation 5 in September.
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