The Last of Us: HBO Series Gets a First Full Trailer

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Update: We got a first full trailer for HBO’s The Last of Us series:

Released as part of the Last of Us Day celebrations, the largely wordless trailer gives us our first glimpse of live-action Clickers, the overgrown landscape of the United States, characters old and new, and even that iconic opening sequence from the game.

While we’ve seen a lot more of the show today, we still don’t know a release date, with just ‘2023’ still our only hint.

HBO has given a new look at its upcoming series, The Last of Us, which is likely to air today.

As part of Naughty Dog’s The Last of Us Day (formerly known as Outbreak Day), it looks like HBO will be releasing another glimpse of its upcoming video game adaptation starring Pedro Pascal’s Joel and Bella Ramsey’s Ellie.

“The Last of Us Day is our way of celebrating the incredible The Last of Us community that brings so much positivity, kindness and joy not only to us in the studio but to each other as well,” said Naughty Dog. “For 2022 we have some surprises that we would like to share!”

Based on HBO’s Twitter feed, it looks like one of those surprises is a glimpse of the upcoming show. A short, five-second sting reveals the iconic HBO logo along with the unmistakable sound of a clicker – the infamous foes from the world of The Last of Us.

Tweeted with the hashtag #TLOUDDAY, it looks like the video will give fans of The Last of Us even more reason to celebrate. Exactly what we will get remains unclear – the video itself doesn’t reveal anything. Still, it seems like the perfect time to reveal a little more about the upcoming TV adaptation.

“We are so humbled to celebrate The Last of Us community annually with #TLOUDay,” said Naughty Dog. “To the edge of the universe and back – with all gratitude and thanks to our incredible community – persevere and survive.”

Again, there’s no mention of the upcoming HBO series, but if there’s no new glimpse of Joel and Ellie in action by the end of the day, throw us to the clickers.

Of course, this won’t be the first time we see the upcoming show after HBO released a first look at The Last of Us last month.

In addition to Joel and Ellie, the short teaser gives us glimpses of Joel’s daughter Sarah (Nico Parker), fellow survivor Bill (Nick Offerman), a clicker (or the remains of one) stuck in a wall, and possibly Frank (Murray Bartlett) .

What we’ll see today will remain a secret for a while… but it sounds like the zombies are coming.

Want to read more about The Last of Us? Check out who’s cast as Henry and Sam, as well as our first look at Joel and Ellie in the new show.

Ryan Leston is an entertainment journalist and film critic for IGN. You can follow him on Twitter.


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