The Last of Us, HBO TV series averages 32 million viewers per episode in the U.S.
According to a new financial report from Warner Bros. Discovery covering the first quarter of the new fiscal year, the HBO’s TV series of The Last of Us has been a huge success in the United States as well as in Europe and Latin America.
Apparently, The Last of Us in the United States has averaged 32 million viewers per episode, a very impressive number. Naughty Dog’s game adaptation is also the most-watched HBO Max production in Europe and Latin America ever. With the success of the show, the total number of subscribers to the streaming platform has increased by 1.6 million since December, for a total of 97.6 million subscribers, making this segment profitable for Warner Bros. Discovery.
As for The Last of Us video games, most recently the remake of the first installment in the series debuted on PC, but with several problems. Last week, Naughty Dog released patch 1.0.4 that brings additional fixes and optimization improvements, but fails to address some of the porting’s most critical issues.
Fortunately, the remake of The Last of Us is also available on PS5, where it runs significantly better-it’s the best way to experience Joel and Ellie’s story for the first time, undoubtedly.
Warner Bros Discovery:
The Last of Us is averaging almost 32M viewers per episode in the U.S.
Most-watched title ever on HBO Max in Europe & LatAm.
Company’s total streaming subscriber base rose to 97.6M in March, up 1.6M since December, and this segment is now profitable. pic.twitter.com/Ze7Tsme7ro
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