The Last of Us TV show has already made quite the splash with critics, but now it’s your turn. The first episode of HBO’s adaptation of Naughty Dog’s hit video game has already reached US screens, and many fans want to know where to watch The Last of Us TV show in the UK.
Given an HBO subscription isn’t an option on this side of the pond, you can find the main options available instead below.
Much like HBO’s other major series, Game of Thrones, The Last of Us TV show will primarily be shown to UK audiences via Sky Atlantic. The series is a Sky exclusive, meaning it won’t be shown on any other traditional channels.
The Last of Us TV show broadcasts at 9pm GMT each Monday, with the first episode, When You’re Lost in the Darkness, showing tonight (Monday, January 16th). If you really want to get a head start on each episode, however, you can also catch the new episodes at 2am GMT each Sunday.
Repeats of the first episode will be shown live at 9pm on Tuesday the 17th, 10:05pm on Wednesday the 18th, 11:10pm on Thursday the 19th, and 9pm on Sunday the 20th.
A Sky TV subscription will set you back £24 a month as a new member (£26pm for existing members), letting you watch The Last of Us TV show live as it airs each week, or via on-demand streaming after the live episode.
If you’re a patient fan looking to enjoy the full series for as low a cost as possible, your best option is to wait for all episodes to have aired. You can then get a one-month NowTV subscription for £9.99 and watch The Last of Us TV Show in the UK in full, then cancel when you’re finished.
What events from the games are you most excited to watch in The Last of Us TV show?