The Last Of Us HBO Trailer Reveals What's To Come In The Next Episodes

In a new "weeks ahead" trailer, HBO gives us a glimpse of what to expect.


HBO has released a trailer for its The Last of Us TV series that teases what to expect in the next episodes following the show's massive debut on January 15.

In "The Weeks Ahead" trailer, we see Joel (Pedro Pascal) and Ellie (Bella Ramsey) facing off against the horrors of a post-apocalyptic world. It includes spoilers for what's to come, so if you want to go in with fresh eyes, this might not be the video for you. You'll also want to have already seen episode one.

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The Last of Us, which is based on Naughty Dog's game of the same name, debuted Sunday, January 15, and reached almost 5 million viewers that night. It was HBO's second-biggest Season 1 debut since 2010, only trailing the Game of Thrones spin-off House of the Dragon. Viewership for the Season 1 premiere of The Last of Us is expected to grow by the millions in the days and weeks to come.

The first season of HBO's The Last of Us covers the events of the first game, while a potential Season 2 of the show might follow the events of The Last of Us: Part II. The show isn't expected to run for very long, as co-creator Craig Mazin has said he doesn't want the series to overstay its welcome.

New episodes of HBO's The Last of Us air on Sunday evenings, running up to the Season 1 finale on March 12. In addition to Pascal and Ramsey, the series features Nick Offerman, Murray Bartlett, Merle Dandridge, Gabriel Luna, and Anna Torv.

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