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The Last of Us HBO pulls 4.7 million viewers, second biggest debut since 2010

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The first episode of HBO’s The Last of Us was watched by 4.7 million viewers, making it The second largest startup on the network After 2010 Boardwalk Empire. is just the beginning Home of the Dragon has fared better during the same timeframe, garnering 9.986 million views. Sunday night viewership typically represents 20 to 40 percent of “total viewers per episode,” HBO reported.

Commenting on the achievement, producers Craig Mazin and Neil Druckman said: “Our focus was simply on doing the best possible adaptation of this beloved story. We’re thrilled to see how many fans , both old and new. , have welcomed the last of us into their homes and into their hearts.” HBO Chairman and CEO, Casey Blois then added his thanks and “looks forward to the rest of the season for fans around the world to enjoy.”

It’s a great start for the TV series, which has eight more episodes to run before the second season airs. Given how successful the debut episode was, we wouldn’t be surprised to see The Last of Us: Part II turned into a TV series in the coming years, as long as what follows remains of high quality and viewers. maintains the

Printed throughout push square Also have been very positive; About 60 percent of you voted for the first episode to be “great.” The series continues with two episodes on Sunday night, so if you need to know Where to watch our TV showClick on the link.

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