‘The Last of Us’ Has Become the Most ‘Deadly’ Television Series of All Time

With 5.78% deaths per episode, The Last of Us has been named the most dangerous show.

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 rates of death ever seen in a series.

Craig Mazin and Neil Druckmann are in charge of the show, which tells the story of Joel (played by Pedro Pascal) and Ellie (Bella Ramsey) 20 years after a deadly illness wiped out modern society.

The series takes place 20 years after the end of modern civilization. A hardened survivor named Joel is hired to sneak a 14-year-old girl named Ellie out of a harsh quarantine zone.

“What starts as a small job soon becomes a brutal, heartbreaking journey, as they both must traverse the US and depend on each other for survival.”

Also, the data put the Starz historical drama Spartacus in second place for the number of deaths and The Walking Dead in third place with 39.6%.