Sky UK recorded more than 3.05 million UK-based views for the first episode of "The Last of Us." The sum is reflected in the 7-day cumulative audience figure.“With its standout episodes, the response to 'The Last of Us' has been truly remarkable and the phenomenal viewing figures have shown just how infectious the series is," Zai Bennett MD of Content at Sky said.
"The Last Of Us" serves as Sky Atlantic’s second-largest US drama debut, surpassed only by "House of the Dragon," which launched last August. With over three times as many viewers now having seen the first episode compared to the initial UK overnights, the 7-day cumulative figure for episode two is approaching the millions.
Renewed for a second season, "The Last Of Us" continues Monday 2am on Sky Atlantic and NOW in in the UK & Ireland. The sample of the first episode will become available via Sky TV YouTube channel for viewers 18+. Additional episodes are set to become available via Sky or with a NOW Entertainment Membership . Last night's episode three which starred Murray Bartlett and Nick Offerman exceeded episode two overnight ratings as viewing for the series continues to increase.
With its standout episodes, the response to 'The Last of Us' has been truly remarkable and the phenomenal viewing figures have shown just how infectious the series is.” Zai Bennett MD of Content, Sky