The Last Of Us Season 2 Won’t Arrive Until At Least 2025

The “Last of Us” TV sequence proved to be a monster hit for the community in addition to HBO Max (which has now been renamed Max). Undoubtedly, the highest brass want to see the present get again on monitor as quickly as attainable. However, even other than the strike, it sounds just like the intention was to not rush issues. Maybe that has to do with Pedro Pascal’s busy schedule. There might be a wide range of components at play.

The writers’ strike, in the intervening time, looms giant. Craig Mazin and Neil Druckmann cannot get to work on the season 2 scripts till the strike is resolved. Speaking additional in regards to the second season, Francesca Orsi hinted that there might be some huge casting bulletins sooner or later, whereas additionally teasing that the creators might be taking an enormous swing, creatively talking:

“There will be a couple of new pieces of casting, which I can’t get into. And of course, there isn’t much that we can go into on ‘The Last of Us,’ given that Craig can’t really initiate in any meaningful way from a writing or casting standpoint. But he and Neil have a good sense of what it is that he’s going to be taking on. We’ll be moving the show from Calgary to Vancouver. All I can say is he’s taking a big swing from both an entertainment standpoint, related to the clickers, but also just the more nuanced, complex character dynamic between our characters, Joel, Ellie, and beyond.”

In adapting “The Last of Us: Part II,” Mazin has already stated that they are going to depart “radically” from the supply materials when mandatory.

Look for “The Last of Us” season 2 in 2025 on HBO, assuming the plan sticks.

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