Peter Pascal he just pushed The Last of Us fans when they were down.
HBO Max brought the post-apocalyptic drama to life with a new series of animated series. Game of Thrones alum aside Bella Ramsey. Although it only aired on January 15, the first episode follows the previous events, establishing the background of Pedro Joel Miller’s character, his brother Tommy (Gabriel Luna) and his daughter Sarah (Nico Parker) as the zombie outbreak spreads.
To celebrate liberation, The The Mandalorian star shared a painful polaroid photo on Instagram. He stood with a sad face as his on-screen daughter kissed him on the cheek. The caption read, “Get your homework done? @nicoparker @thelastofus ep 1 browsing now @hbomax.”
*Spoilers ahead for episode 1*
Knowing what it means to destroy the first part, many The Last of Us fans responded to the Instagram post effortlessly. “You two broke my heart 😭💔,” one person wrote in the comments section. “Soon,” another added. “Very good!” another user logged in.
Also, the actress Nico Parker she shared her response to a photo she took with Pedro. “I love you so much ❤️,” she said.
ICYMI: The beginning of season 1 included the tragic death of Nico’s Sarah. The time has been less since the change to HBO Max follows Dumbo The actors in the first episode showed real interest with the viewers. All of that is shattered when Pedro’s personality holds his daughter while she lies dying, refusing to let go. Brutal, we know.
Now, Joel is left to sneak Bella, Ellie, who the series says is the only hope to fight the plague, out of the military colony. The two embark on a “brutal, heartbreaking journey, as both must cross the US and rely on each other to survive,” according to the streamer’s description.
There is more to come like The Last of Us everyone returns Sundays at 9 pm ET – regularly updated on HBO Max. But it’s not too late to jump on the bandwagon before the hype builds. If you are not already a member, you can sign up for a subscription starting at $9.99 per month or $69.99 for the first year, then visit the official HBO Max website or download it from the HBO Max app.
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