Season 2 of HBO’s The Last of Us is set to premiere in 2025

Earlier this year, HBO’s The Last of Us The developer successfully brought Naughty Dog’s critically acclaimed and exclusive fan favorite PlayStation to the TV screen. Its season 1 premiere was HBO’s second-biggest debut since 2010, and its second episode broke records. Roughly three weeks after the series premiere, HBO revealed The Last of Us There will be a second season. And now, thanks to the new one the deadline Reportedly, we know that it will start shooting next year and premiere in 2025.

the deadline This was learned at a New York news event, where HBO boss Casey Bloys told media that Season 2 will go into production early next year, aiming for a 2025 premiere. Unfortunately, that’s all Bloys said about the season. But, as noted the deadlineSeries co-creator and executive producer Craig Mazin revealed earlier this summer pre-Strike that the team was already able to do some work, adding that the first episode had already been written.

“We’ve really come a long way, we’re doing great,” Mazin said the deadline. “(The Last of Us game co-creator Neil Druckmann) and I were sitting and talking with (The Last of Us Part II co-writer Haley Gross) and new writer Bo Shim in our tiny little room with us. — obviously not a mini room because we’re Greenlight. Be right, we’re a real show and I hate that mini room thing.”

Consider the first season The Last of Us Covering the events of the first Last of Us game, including its Left Behind DLC, Season 2 of the show will apparently dive into The Last of Us Part II. We’re all still waiting for some casting announcements like who will play Abby and Lev, but that won’t happen until the actor and writer strikes are over.

In the meantime, read on Game Informers Read our last Part 1 review and then our last Part II review.

(Source: the deadline)

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