We’ve laughed, we’ve cried (far more than we’d like to admit) and we’ve impatiently waited, week after week for every new episode – but this time around will be a breeze! As confirmed by Bell, HBOMax and Crave will drop the next episode of ‘The Last Of Us’ early and here’s what we know.

Shot entirely in Alberta, Canada – Naughty Dog’s post-apocalyptic masterpiece has been adapted beautifully, earning critical acclaim and praise from fans all over the world.

Set 20 years after civilization has been wiped out by a fungal infection – the show follows Joel, a hardened smuggler tasked with escorting a young girl across America.

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Starring Pedro Pascal (The Mandalorian) and Bella Ramsay (Game Of Thrones) in lead roles, this series has a whopping 97% on Rotten Tomatoes and is said to be one of the most expensive TV shows ever made.

Of course, among Pascal and Ramsay, we’ve also seen incredible performances by Nick Offerman (Parks and Recreation) Murray Bartlett (The White Lotus), as well as Gabriel Luna (True Detective), Anna Torv (Mind Hunter) and Nico Parker (Dumbo) with so much more to come.

Luckily (as we’ve already mentioned), it won’t be long until we lose ourselves in the action all over again because episode 5 of The Last Of Us will premiere on Friday, February 10th, at 9 pm ET/6 pm PT instead of Sunday.


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This is likely being done in favour of the Super Bowl, which is scheduled for the 12th and gives both programs an opportunity to really have their moment – so get ready!

After this week, the show will continue to air on the last day of every week, so enjoy yourselves.

We’ve been on the edge of our seats and are SO ready to see what storyline they give us next.