HBO Executive Hints to a Potential Season 2 Limit for ‘The Last of Us’

Francesca Orsi, who is in charge of dramas at HBO, has said that The Last of Us might end after season 2, even though fans are begging for more seasons.

The executive told Deadline, “I think Craig [Mazin] and Neil [Druckmann] are still figuring out where they’re going to come to an end.”

“We have loosely heard that there will be a Season 3 idea for the series, but at this point, we’re taking it one season at a time, she continued. There’s no guarantee at this point that we’ll have a Season 3, but I know that they both have a vision for Season 3. Whether that lends itself to doing more seasons, I don’t know yet.”

In other news, the show has been named the most bloodthirsty TV show, which is a dangerous accomplishment.

BonusFinder said that IMDB and Cinemorgue data showed that the Undead series is the most dangerous show because more than half of the characters, or 56.5%, died in the first season.

5.78 people died in each episode, which is one of the highest death rates ever seen in a TV show.

The show is led by Craig Mazin and Neil Druckmann, and it narrates the tale of Joel (portrayed by Peter Pascal) and Ellie (portrayed by Bella Ramsey) two decades after a lethal disease devastated the contemporary world.