The Last Of Us franchise has been the subject of constant hype since its inception. The Last Of Us and The Last Of Us 2 performed incredibly well, which paved the way for HBO to make a game TV show.
The Last Of Us TV Show by HBO has been a massive success, as the show has far exceeded expectations, with fans from all around the world enjoying it, and thanks to the massive success of the TV Show, The Last Of Us games have also seen a drastic spike in their sales.
The Last Of Us TV Show’s first season, which consisted of 9 episodes, concluded with the broadcast of its final episode yesterday. The first seasons ended perfectly and had fans intrigued for the upcoming season.
Recently, Craig Mazin and Neil Druckmann spoke with GQ about The Last of Us TV show’s plans, where GQ questioned if the upcoming season would cover the entire storyline of the second game, to which Mazin shook his head and responded,
“No. No way.”
Neil Druckmann further stated that,
“It’s more than one season.”
When asked by GQ if it would be two or three seasons, Druckmann and Mazin refused to disclose, but Mazin responded by stating that “more than one is factually correct.”
It is understandable why the entirety of the second game won’t be fitted into one season because many events unfolded in The Last Of Us Part 2 and dug deep into different perspectives.
We are excited and looking forward to season 2 of The Last Of Us TV Show. This is the limited information we have for now, but we will be looking for more news regarding The Last Of Us TV Show in the future.
On that note, what do you think about season 2 of The Last Of Us TV Show not covering the entire story of the second game? Let us know in the comment section.
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