HBO Confirms The Last of Us TV Series Won’t Air in 2022

HBO has confirmed that The Last of Us TV series will not air this year.

The news was confirmed by the platform’s content manager, Casey Bloys, who explained to Deadline which “will not be issued in 2022. It is still circulating in Canada. Imagine what it will be like in 2023”.

And it is, quizás, key data, which continues to roll (it is calculated that it will end in July) and the post-production process will be long, due to the amount of special effects necessary to bring life to the post-apocalyptic world of Naughty Dog’s game.

Bloys also added that he had seen some of the early episodes and was “very excited” about how the project was progressing. “Craig [Mazin, guionista] did Chernobyl for us, he’s a fantastic guide and director. What I’ve seen is ridiculous, so I’m excited about it, but it won’t be 2022.”

HBO announced the final adaptation of The Last of Us in 2020. A few months later, in February 2021, it was revealed that actor Pedro Pascal and actress Bella Ramsey had been cast to play the roles of Joel and Ellie, and later others like Nick Offerman (Bill), Jeffrey Pierce (Perry), Gabriel Luna (Tommy), Nico Parker (Sarah) or Merle Dandridge (Marlene) were added.

The latest addition to the cast is actress Storm Reid, best known for her role in Euphoria, to play Riley Abel.

The Last of Us TV series will consist of ten episodes (in its first season) and some of them were directed by Naughty Dog co-president Neil Druckmann.


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