The Final of Us: HBO Drops Spoiler-Stuffed Trailer for Season 1

Deal Score0
Deal Score0

Joel and Ellie’s journey kicked off on The Last of Us Season 1 Episode 1, however HBO is seeking to the longer term.

Following the sequence premiere on Sunday, the premium cabler launched a trailer titled “The Weeks Forward,” and there is a lot to look ahead to.

Joel (Pedro Pascal) and Tess (Anna Torv) realized there was one thing amiss with Ellie (Bella Ramsey) on the conclusion of the premiere.

Because the trio escaped past the partitions of the Fedra camp, they have been greeted by a soldier who checked if all of them have been free from an infection.

Ellie got here up detrimental, sending the mission in a distinct path, however she did reveal she was bitten three weeks prior, which utterly contradicts the Fedra literature on how rapidly individuals flip.

Fortunately, it seems like Tess warms extra to Ellie within the coming weeks as she is within the trailer telling Ellie that whereas she could also be immune from the an infection, she is not immune from the contaminated tearing her aside.

Ellie is questioning in regards to the extra human aspect of the contaminated and whether or not killing them must be tougher, realizing they was once like them.

One other pivotal second of the trailer finds Joel, Ellie, and Tess attempting to defeat some Clickers, and it seems like an exciting bunch of scenes that can showcase the parameters of the villains on this narrative.

Then, there’s an enormous villain that appears terrifying.

We don’t know how the gang will deal with it, however we’re positive it will not be straightforward.

The trailer confirms that Joel will reunite along with his brother, Tommy (Gabriel Luna), on his travels. 

A extremely nice scene showcases the brothers bickering over what occurred following Sarah’s demise in 2023.

There’s additionally a scene on the very finish of the trailer that can give followers of the video video games chills.

The sequence premiered to a universally sturdy response on Sunday, with a lot pleasure about what comes subsequent.

Try the trailer under.

Catch new episodes on Sundays at 9 p.m. on HBO and HBO Max.

Paul Dailly is the Affiliate Editor for TV Fanatic. Observe him on Twitter.

We will be happy to hear your thoughts

Leave a reply