It’s official – the fourth episode of the highly anticipated series, “The Last of Us,” has once again surpassed expectations with its viewership numbers. With a record-breaking 7.5 million people tuning in to watch, this latest installment has seen a staggering 17% increase compared to the already impressive 6.4 million viewers of its predecessor.
WarnerMedia, the network behind the post-apocalyptic saga, released a statement expressing their excitement at the growing audience each week. And the numbers don’t lie – the fourth episode alone saw a 60% increase in viewership compared to the series premiere.
It’s clear that “The Last of Us” has captured the hearts and attention of audiences everywhere, with each new episode leaving fans eagerly anticipating the next.
The series continues to raise the bar and its massive viewership only solidifies its place as one of the most talked-about shows of the moment.
The release of the next episode of the series has been meticulously planned by its producers, who have taken into account the excitement surrounding Super Bowl LVII, the highly anticipated finale of the American football season. As a result, fans can look forward to a highly anticipated premiere on Saturday, February 11th.
It’s no secret that the series has garnered positive reviews, and it’s not hard to see why. Despite some creative liberties taken by the creators in certain episodes, the series remains true to its source material and continues to captivate audiences.
From the flood of emotions it elicits to the sheer entertainment value it provides, it’s no wonder that fans can’t get enough. And let’s not forget about Pedro Pascal’s outstanding performance as Joel, which has earned critical acclaim for his acting abilities.