The Last of Us Breaks Rotten Tomatoes Record

The last of us has broken a rotten tomatoes Registration. The upcoming HBO series has been one of the most anticipated TV shows on the horizon for a while. When the show was officially announced in 2020, it started to stir up all kinds of excitement among fans, mainly because the games are great and people wanted to see it adapted. The excitement only increased as the series was added. Chernobyl Craig Mazin as showrunner and series creator Neil Druckmann as writer, producer and director. When Pedro Pascal’s casting as Joel was confirmed, it pretty much cemented that this was going to be something special and that was only proven with other casting announcements, trailers, and more.

Now, The last of us It’s finally almost here and the reviews rave about it. He show debuted on Rotten Tomatoes earlier this week with a rare 100% rating. The rating has dropped slightly since then, but has broken a record for the highest-rated live-action video game adaptationbeating other movies and shows like Unexplored, Sonic the Hedgehog, and many others. While not exactly the highest bar, The Wizard is recognized and considered by some to be a game adaptation, despite it being based more on the books than the games. animated shows like Arcane beat him too, but The last of us is the highest rated live action game adaptation. Out of 82 reviews, The last of us it has a mighty 98% and is certified fresh by Rotten Tomatoes. Only time will tell if fans will agree with all this praise, but we won’t have to wait long to find out.

ComicBook gave the show a 4 out of 5 and praised its production values ​​while noting how faithful the series is, sometimes to the detriment of those looking for a fresh take on the game’s story. If you’re looking for more The last of us content, ComicBook has partnered with Entertainment Tonight to produce a podcast called The Last of Pods which will be released every Sunday along with new episodes of the show. The podcast will offer deep dives into the episodes along with special guests from the series.

[H/T Independent]


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