HBO's Last Of Us TV Show Adds Nick Offerman As Bill

Nick Offerman will appear in the Last of Us TV show as Bill.

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Nick Offerman has officially joined the cast of HBO's The Last of Us as Bill, according to Variety. He replaces Con O'Neill, who dropped out due to a scheduling conflict.

Actor Murray Bartlett said in an interview with The Guardian (via Resetera) that it was fun to work with Offerman. "It's an epic show, but beautifully human and intimate. We filmed it in Calgary. A lot of my scenes are with Nick Offerman. Playing off him was awesome," Bartlett said.

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Bartlett also spoke about series co-creator Craig Mazin, saying the scripts that Mazin wrote "blew my head off."

Bartlett recently starred on HBO's popular drama The White Lotus as the general manager of the resort with his own set of... issues. As for Offerman, he is known for a variety of roles, including Ron Swanson on Parks and Recreation.

Pedro Pascal plays Joel and Bella Ramsey portrays Ellie in HBO's Last of Us TV show. We haven't seen a trailer yet, but the first image was published in September.

Mazin has said The Last of Us TV show will follow the story of the original game, though the writer also assured people that the show won't be a beat-for-beat re-telling of the game.

If you're itching for more information, check out our rundown of everything we know so far about the show's character, story, and creative team.

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