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‘The Last Of Us’ Season 2 Ready to Roll When Strikes End, Confirms Co-Creator Neil Druckmann

‘The Last of Us’ Season 2 Ready To Go As Soon As The Strikes End

Exciting news awaits “The Last Of Us” enthusiasts! Co-creator Neil Druckmann has revealed that Season 2 is fully prepared and waiting in the wings. In an interview, Druckmann shared that the entire season has been outlined and is poised to commence production once the strikes conclude.

Promising Progress for ‘The Last Of Us’ Season 2 Amid Writer’s Strike

“The Last Of Us” secured its renewal in January, shortly after the successful premiere of the PlayStation video game adaptation, swiftly establishing itself as a pop culture sensation. However, script development was halted when the writers’ strike began on May 1.

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Co-creator and executive producer Craig Mazin revealed these details in an interview on Emmy nominations day. Despite the setback, he expressed satisfaction with the substantial progress made before the strike, emphasizing their strong start on Season 2.

Neil Druckmann Hints at Future ‘The Last Of Us’ Game, While Season 2 Draws Inspiration from ‘Part II’

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Neil Druckmann, co-creator of “The Last Of Us” series and developer of the acclaimed video game, hinted at a much-anticipated third installment of the game. In an interview, he playfully dodged details about Naughty Dog’s next project, citing his communications team’s watchful eyes.

Season 2, based in Vancouver, takes cues from “The Last Of Us Part II,” set in the Pacific Northwest. The series recently secured 24 Emmy nominations, a historic milestone as the first video game adaptation to earn recognition, including Outstanding Drama Series.