The Last Of Us Episode 2 Had Largest Percent Viewership Increase Over Premiere In HBO History

HBO’s latest collection, The Last of Us, is setting viewership information on the community. This previous Sunday’s second episode, titled “Infected,” reached 5.7 million viewers throughout linear TV and HBO Max over its first evening within the US, which was good for a 22% spike in viewership from the January 15 premiere. This was the very best share development for an unique HBO present from its premiere to its second episode within the historical past of the community, based on Variety.

For comparability, episode two of House of the Dragon reached many hundreds of thousands extra viewers–10.2 million–but the share development in comparison with the premiere was solely 2%.

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The January 15 collection premiere of The Last of Us, in the meantime, has now climbed to 18 million viewers in its first week, which is greater than 4 occasions the viewership for its premiere of 4.7 million. The debut of The Last of Us on HBO was the community’s second-biggest collection premiere since 2010, solely trailing House of the Dragon.

HBO has stated that Sunday night viewership for any collection normally represents about 20%-40% of a present’s complete viewership per episode. As such, “Infected” ought to see an enormous bump in viewership within the coming days. After all, the collection premiere climbed to 10 million viewers after two days.

New episodes of HBO’s The Last of Us air Sunday nights at 9 PM ET, working as much as the Season 1 finale on March 12. There can be an official podcast hosted by Troy Baker during which Mazin and Druckmann break down every episode scene-by-scene.

For extra, take a look at GameSpot’s interview with Tess actress Anna Torv, who breaks down the horrifying climax within the newest episode.

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