The Last Of Us: HBO Reveals The Ecstatic First Look

While many shows are getting canceled from HBO, fans still have a ray of hope due to its upcoming ones. With the recently premiered Game Of Thrones prequel House of the Dragons, HBO is again gaining back its charm. Moreover, the giant has announced the titles for the 2023 release, including the new TV series, The Last Of Us.

It is an upcoming American post-apocalyptic TV show based on the massively popular 2013 video game of the same name. Along with the announcement, we also have the show’s first look. So without any further ado, let’s get check it out below.

The Last Of Us gets a new teaser

The two-minute-long snippet included clips of other HBO Originals like The White Lotus, Doom Patrol, His Dark Materials, etc. It also unveiled the first shots from The Last Of Us. Moreover, it depicts Joel and Ellie passing a snowy bridge, hiding in a dark abandoned building, running for their lives in the city, and some firing shots.

Furthermore, Nick Offerman as Bill is also seen removing the gas mask. The 20-second clip gives goosebumps with its incredible aura and intensity. Keeping all that in mind, let’s discuss its plot in the next section of this article.

What to expect from The Last Of Us?

The Last Of Us: HBO Reveals The Ecstatic First Look
Image Credit: HBO

It is an adaptation of the award-winning video game following the story of a father and daughter. It depicts Joel having to transport her daughter Ellie with a unique immunity across a post-apocalyptic America. Moreover, the plague has turned most people into zombies, and now they have to fight against them and other human beings for survival.

It stars Pedro Pascal as Joel and Bella Ramsey as Ellie in the lead roles. With no release date announced, the series will arrive with ten episodes. Meanwhile, check out the latest teaser of The Greatest Beer Run Ever.

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