The Last of Us TV Show Won’t Go Past The Games, Could Run 4 Seasons or More

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In that interview, Druckmann and Mazin also revealed that the upcoming second season of the show, which will premiere in 2025 and has Caitlyn Dever on board to play the character of Abby, will actually be shorter than season 1, running for only seven episodes as opposed to the nine we saw in season 1.

“The story material that we got from Part II of the game is way more than the story material that was in the first game, so part of what we had to do from the start was figure out how to tell that story across seasons,” Mazin told the outlet. “When you do that, you look for natural breakpoints, and as we laid it out, this season, the national breakpoint felt like it came after seven episodes.” It’s worth noting that he also said one of the season 2 episodes “will be closer to — I don’t know if I would say feature length, but quite big,” so that should please fans who might initially be disappointed by the smaller episode count.

But what about the total number of seasons? The final answer to that question is still something of a mystery, but at least we got some more clarification about what the future holds.

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