The TV series “The Last of Us” will premiere in Germany on Sky and Wow. Pay Station points this out and shows an adapted trailer.
Yesterday was Monday, while the TV series The Last of Us was still in production First a teaser trailer Naughty Dog was released to coincide with the blockbuster.
At the same time, Sky confirmed that it has acquired the first broadcast rights in Germany and other Sky markets (Austria, Switzerland, Italy, UK & Ireland), which applies to both Sky and the WOW streaming service. According to the pay station’s press release, “The Last of Us” will premiere in Germany in parallel with its U.S. debut.
Appropriately, a modified version of the teaser trailer has been released, which is complete with the Sky logo and points to a series launch sometime in the coming year.
Joel and Ellie battle across the United States in the series
The story allows viewers to experience a familiar story from the first part of The Last of Us video game series. Set nearly 20 years after the destruction of modern society, it first focuses on Joel, who after a personal drama is hired to smuggle a 14-year-old girl named Ellie out of an oppressive quarantine zone. The venture becomes a journey where the two must cross America together and fight together for survival.
The TV series, which is being developed in association with Sony Pictures Television, was written by Craig Massin and Naughty Dogs’ Neil Druckman. At the same time, she is responsible as an executive producer.
The squad of actors involved is also impressive. It stars Pedro Pascal (“Game of Thrones”) as Joel and Bella Ramsey (“Game of Thrones,” “His Dark Materials”) as Ellie. Also starring Gabrielle Luna (“True Detective”) as Tommy, Anna Torv (“Mindhunter”) as Tessa, and British actress Nico Parker (“The Third Day”) as Sarah.
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When exactly “The Last of Us” TV series will start is still open. Below, fans can watch the first teaser trailer again, this time featuring the Sky logo.
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