In Italy, the post-apocalyptic series is aired exclusively on Sky Atlantic and streamed only on NOW every Monday with a new episode.
The public success of The Last of Us grows in the United States; good news for those who are passionate and are already hoping for renewal. The second episode of the post-apocalyptic series based on the Naughty Dog video game of the same name for PlayStation, aired exclusively on Sky in Italy and in streaming only on NOW every Monday simultaneously with HBO, it drew far more viewers than the premiere: 5.7 million across all platforms it aired on Sunday night.
Compared to the first episode, the numbers of The Last of Us they grew by 22%. It’s the largest increase any HBO original drama has posted in its second week in the network’s 50-year history. HBO also estimates that since its Jan. 15 debut, the premiere has nearly quadrupled the result of the first broadcast, currently reaching 18 million viewers.
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With 4.7 million viewers, that of The Last of Us it was HBO’s second most-watched premiere since the launch of Boardwalk Empire in September 2010, surpassed only by the premiere of House of the Dragon (9.98 million), the spin-off de Game of thrones. Also, compared to another very popular network series, Euphoria, The Last of Us attracted nearly double the number of viewers, while the overall average per episode is only slightly lower for now (19.5 million).
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