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‘The Last Of Us’ Outdoes Itself Once Again Regarding Viewers

Last night, episode four of the immensely popular HBO adaptation of Naughty Dog‘s The Last Of Us was released on the TV channel as well as its streaming platform, HBO Max.

So far, the episode views just keep getting better every week. The first episode debuted to 4.7 million day-one viewers, then the second episode already had up to 5.7 million day-one viewers. Episode three then reached 6.4 million day-one viewers.

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Now, HBO has announced, “Episode 4 delivered another series high Sunday night, with 7.5 million viewers across HBO Max and linear telecasts. Viewership was up 17% from Episode 3 and 60% above the series debut night in January. Viewing is based on Nielsen and first party data. The series has grown its audience each Sunday night with the release of new episodes.”

This would be the total between HBO and HBO Max and only on Sunday night, which would only represent 20%-40% of the total viewers of the episode.

Have you already checked out the fourth episode? Let us know!

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Eva van den Bosch Head Editor, Photographer
Eva van den Bosch combines concert photography with a prominent editorial role at Strife Mag.