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One of the most-anticipated series of the year is now on Crave, where The Last of Us is now streaming in Canada.

20 years after a fungal virus wipes modern civilization, Joel (Pedro Pascal) is hired to transport 14-year-old Ellie (Bella Ramsey) safely across a post-apocalyptic United States, as she may hold the key to the survival of the human race.

Originally released on January 15, The Last of Us is a new HBO series based on the best-selling PlayStation video game of the same name. The first season will consist of nine episodes and all nine will premiere exclusively on Crave, every Sunday at 9:00 PM ET.

All Crave streaming plans will have access to the show, in addition to other critically-acclaimed HBO programs like House of the Dragon and Succession, along with popular titles like 30 Rock, Canada's Drag Race, Friends, Jersey Shore, Star Trek: Picard and more – for reference, Crave Mobile plans start at $9.99 per month, while Crave Total plans start at $19.99 per month.

The Last of Us is available exclusively on Crave in Canada and Crave is viewable in browsers, through the Crave app and supported devices including Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV and more.

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    • ^ Since I don't know the game or the franchise I do welcome this new series with open arms. However, I did notice on YouTube several gamers have already uploaded "what actually/really" happened from the source material the game itself. Maybe in due time, I'll watch some of them when Season 1 is over. Really depends on what video you find some of their running time may even exceed this HBO production itself. ;) LOL
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    • This was a major deviation from the game but having said that , it was beautifully shot and produced.

      I'll just leave this comment here: I told my partner after we finished watching it the difference in storyline from the game and in the TV show. She said "Oh, they should have done it the game way, it sounds much sadder and more tragic. This seemed like a happier ending."
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    • Episode 3 was absolute garbage. I was pissed. I loved ep 1 & 2, .. Bill was such a cool character in the game too. Too bad what they did to him imo.
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    • The re-writes are a slap in the face to the game's story and depiction of the characters.

      Even Joel's brother (Tommy) in the game is the nicer and level headed one. Not the one that swears all the time and gets himself into trouble through stupid actions.

      Ellie is also sympathetic to Tess in the game. On the show she's a bitch about it and says not her fault and not her problem.

      In the game, Joel's brother has a tenuous relationship and is long segregated away from Joel. He started his own family and has his own kids and lives in his own self-sustaining community.
      On the show, he is still with the Fireflies.

      In the game, the outbreak hits in 2013, and the other part of the game is set in 2033.
      - Frank in the game committed suicide after getting bit by infected. He left Bill's town because Bill is too hard headed and controlling.
      - On the show, Bill never meets or interacts with Ellie at all.
      It's too early to write Tommy off. We have not seen enough yet.

      Ellie, yeah I have to say I like the game's take better so far but it's not too far off. But the show is trying to distance Joel and Ellie as far apart as possible in the 1st 2 episode. Bill's interaction with Ellie will probably take up by Joel. No big loss and I have no problem with that. In a way, in that hut where Joel was looking for stash and Ellie stabbed the stalker, those interactions are similar she had with Bill.

      Everything people complained about is there. The crafting of battery is nod to the game. The suicide node is pretty much like the one Frank left in game. And Frank and Bill relationship was hinted at in the game but fully explored here.

      People need to keep an open mind that adaptation doesn't have to follow source 100%. And so far I don't think it's that far off.
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    • The re-writes are a slap in the face to the game's story and depiction of the characters.

      Even Joel's brother (Tommy) in the game is the nicer and level headed one. Not the one that swears all the time and gets himself into trouble through stupid actions.

      Ellie is also sympathetic to Tess in the game. On the show she's a bitch about it and says not her fault and not her problem.

      In the game, Joel's brother has a tenuous relationship and is long segregated away from Joel. He started his own family and has his own kids and lives in his own self-sustaining community.
      On the show, he is still with the Fireflies.

      In the game, the outbreak hits in 2013, and the other part of the game is set in 2033.
      - Frank in the game committed suicide after getting bit by infected. He left Bill's town because Bill is too hard headed and controlling.
      - On the show, Bill never meets or interacts with Ellie at all.
      I feel like no one has told you that you can still play the game and enjoy all that.
      What would be the point of doing an exact replica of the game, when you can play the game?

      Think of it this way - the MCU made TONS of changes with Thanos (and pretty much everything in MCU).
      Allowing yourself to be bothered by this would prohibit enjoyment of some awesome writing/movies.

      You might wish to consider that it is much less a problem with the choices made with this show, and more of one from a tremendous lack of flexibility on your end.
      If the bar you have set is identical matching, why even bother watching? You know this will not be the case.

      To misquote Chris Rock - It's like playing basketball with a (mentally challenged) kid, and calling them out for double dribble.
      Sometimes you just gotta let some shyte slide.

      To be frank - accepting change is genuinely hard.
      Especially hard for some whose wokeness detectors are permanently beeping.

      Pretty pointless for you to crap over changes to Joel's bro when we haven't even seen an episode with him in present times.
      Mentally, you've already primed your disappointment, lol.
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    • The re-writes are a slap in the face to the game's story and depiction of the characters.

      Even Joel's brother (Tommy) in the game is the nicer and level headed one. Not the one that swears all the time and gets himself into trouble through stupid actions.

      Ellie is also sympathetic to Tess in the game. On the show she's a bitch about it and says not her fault and not her problem.

      In the game, Joel's brother has a tenuous relationship and is long segregated away from Joel. He started his own family and has his own kids and lives in his own self-sustaining community.
      On the show, he is still with the Fireflies.

      In the game, the outbreak hits in 2013, and the other part of the game is set in 2033.
      - Frank in the game committed suicide after getting bit by infected. He left Bill's town because Bill is too hard headed and controlling.
      - On the show, Bill never meets or interacts with Ellie at all.

      Just keep I'm mind, you are arguing with someone who genuinely enjoyed Black Adam.
      Some people just can't relate to emotional character development, when what they truly crave is splattering clicker brains. If they can't see these emotions or feelings in themselves, they certainly will not be able to appreciate depictions.

      To each, their own.
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    • Joel was suppressing grief of losing Tess (rock staking) in the beginning of episode and was doing fine until that letter broke him. It draw parallel that Joel and Bill are the same man and had someone to protect. Joel has already failed twice. Ellie will be his 3rd attempt.

      Bill being inconsequential is also why this little detour of an episode works. It shows a slice of life under this pandemic.

      Again this is an "adaptation", what's wrong with them recon Tess and Joel relationship to be closer? Mazin already said this show is about love.
      Just keep I'm mind, you are arguing with someone who genuinely enjoyed Black Adam.
      Some people just can't relate to emotional character development, when what they truly crave is splattering clicker brains. If they can't see these emotions or feelings in themselves, they certainly will not be able to appreciate depictions.

      To each, their own.
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    • Again this is an "adaptation", what's wrong with them recon Tess and Joel relationship to be closer? Mazin already said this show is about love.
      Because it lessens the emotional impact when he starts to care for Ellie and risks everything to save her despite what her sacrifice could mean (cure).

      Joel was able to do what he did to survive BECAUSE of losing his daughter. This was illustrated when he burned that little boy's body without flinching. Ellie is meant to be the one to change him. So having him just start having feelings for everyone he meets take away from that.
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    • Nah, i think you missed the point. Bill as a character both in the game and the show was inconsequential to the overall TLOU story. Focusing on Bill for the entire episode was a huge waste of time and was only done so they would spend the least amount of money possible.

      They could take out Bill completely and have Joel find a working truck and nothing would even changed. Making Joel get all emotional and crap reading the letter was incredibly forced. It's not the "oMg mAsTeRfuL wRitiNg 10/10" you think it is.Sure Tess may be someone he might have cared about a little, but after his daughter was taken from him, he was supposed to be desensitized to "the feelings" until he starts caring about Ellie, as a surrogate daughter.
      Joel was suppressing grief of losing Tess (rock staking) in the beginning of episode and was doing fine until that letter broke him. It draw parallel that Joel and Bill are the same man and had someone to protect. Joel has already failed twice. Ellie will be his 3rd attempt.

      Bill being inconsequential is also why this little detour of an episode works. It shows a slice of life under this pandemic.

      Again this is an "adaptation", what's wrong with them recon Tess and Joel relationship to be closer? Mazin already said this show is about love.
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    • Again, you missed the point and still sticking to the mechanics of a game.

      Nobody is dropping into episode 3 without episode 1 and 2.

      "Like where's the Zombie and action, man?" "I didn't sign up for Broke Back Mountain" etc etc.

      Nah, i think you missed the point. Bill as a character both in the game and the show was inconsequential to the overall TLOU story. Focusing on Bill for the entire episode was a huge waste of time and was only done so they would spend the least amount of money possible.

      They could take out Bill completely and have Joel find a working truck and nothing would even changed. Making Joel get all emotional and crap reading the letter was incredibly forced. It's not the "oMg mAsTeRfuL wRitiNg 10/10" you think it is. Tess and Joel were basically Friends with benefits. They weren't "soulmates" or deeply in love. Sure Tess may be someone he might have cared about a little, but after his daughter was taken from him, he was supposed to be desensitized to "the feelings" until he starts caring about Ellie, as a surrogate daughter.
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    • lol there was ONE zombie in the entire episode. Without that 3 second scene, you wouldn't have even known Bill was living in a zombie world. Bill and Frank lived in isolation in their own little bubble. Even with the raiders attacking, there were zero stakes.
      Again, you missed the point and still sticking to the mechanics of a game.

      Nobody is dropping into episode 3 without episode 1 and 2.

      "Like where's the Zombie and action, man?" "I didn't sign up for Broke Back Mountain" etc etc.
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    • Everything else in the episode gave a glimpse of living in the zombie world.
      lol there was ONE zombie in the entire episode. Without that 3 second scene, you wouldn't have even known Bill was living in a zombie world. Bill and Frank lived in isolation in their own little bubble. Even with the raiders attacking, there were zero stakes.
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    • If i were to ever rewatch the entire series again down the road in the future, Episode 3 would essentially be skipped. People wanna act like Bill's letter had this huge life altering affect on Joel when it was actually just pointless because Joel was going to take Ellie to his brother anyways. All they needed was the Truck. So all that gay stuff literally doesn't matter. We all know why they did it.

      I was rewatching Part I's video game scenes with Bill, and there was a few things that the show could have done that would have made it so much better,

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0_5f4I3YH_8

      In particular, the show should have made Joel springing one of Bill's traps and the infected coming in and forcing him to fend himself hanging upside down. And Bill coming in badass and saving him. That would have been such an amazing scene to see in live action. In the show there was ZERO sense of urgency or suspense. But I'm sure it also saved them a lot of money.

      Huge missed opportunity.
      Because it did. Everything about Joels expression and body language changed. He finally accepted what he had to do. It was a big turning point.

      Everything else in the episode gave a glimpse of living in the zombie world. What it meant and how one could survive. Not a lot of zombie shows go this indepth that I can think of. It was a really well-done episode with a lot of emotion and character development. It also gave an alternative way of living compared to being stuck in a quarantine zone or getting scrapes on the street. Everything about it was good and showed a level of devotion Bill had to make it work.

      Skip it if you want. Thats up to you.
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    • If i were to ever rewatch the entire series again down the road in the future, Episode 3 would essentially be skipped. People wanna act like Bill's letter had this huge life altering affect on Joel when it was actually just pointless because Joel was going to take Ellie to his brother anyways. All they needed was the Truck. So all that gay stuff literally doesn't matter. We all know why they did it.

      I was rewatching Part I's video game scenes with Bill, and there was a few things that the show could have done that would have made it so much better,

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0_5f4I3YH_8

      In particular, the show should have made Joel springing one of Bill's traps and the infected coming in and forcing him to fend himself hanging upside down. And Bill coming in badass and saving him. That would have been such an amazing scene to see in live action. In the show there was ZERO sense of urgency or suspense. But I'm sure it also saved them a lot of money.

      Huge missed opportunity.
      Not every episode need to be zombie bashing. This is not a game. I can see some valid complaint that Bill's interaction will be missed being written out this way but it's not a character you see again after Lincoln.

      Instead of a miserable and resentful Bill, we got a man started that way but ended with a well lived life and choose how he goes out. That's a good ending in a world where most are turned into mushrooms. Meanwhile showing us even in a mushroom pandemic, life can thrive. It's a beautiful message and as much as I love the game's take, this is doing Bill right too, if not better.

      I am willing to bet that while there are gamers who are disappointed on this plot change, as tons of show watchers are now picking up the game, they will be just as disappointed.
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    • If i were to ever rewatch the entire series again down the road in the future, Episode 3 would essentially be skipped. People wanna act like Bill's letter had this huge life altering affect on Joel when it was actually just pointless because Joel was going to take Ellie to his brother anyways. All they needed was the Truck. So all that gay stuff literally doesn't matter. We all know why they did it.

      I was rewatching Part I's video game scenes with Bill, and there was a few things that the show could have done that would have made it so much better,

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0_5f4I3YH_8

      In particular, the show should have made Joel springing one of Bill's traps and the infected coming in and forcing him to fend himself hanging upside down. And Bill coming in badass and saving him. That would have been such an amazing scene to see in live action. In the show there was ZERO sense of urgency or suspense. But I'm sure it also saved them a lot of money.

      Huge missed opportunity.
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    • I think them deviating on the Bill story like this bodes well for season 2, where I think most people will want them to deviate from a certain event in the game...
      You know what, there is no winning into S2. Unless they dump it all together.

      The 2nd game is so divisive that it's damned if you do and damned if you don't.
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    • I think them deviating on the Bill story like this bodes well for season 2, where I think most people will want them to deviate from a certain event in the game...
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    • The last episode was soo unnecessary. Part 2 of the game received the same criticism because of the wokeness, so they decided to add it on the TV show as well. Like they dedicated an entire episode to the cause.
      I think it's the best thing on TV for a long ass time. Disney's woke shit are annoying. This is tastefully done, brilliantly acted.

      This recon is better than source. And I guess it diverges from here on out as Bill ain't coming along.

      If you follow interview and podcasts, Mazin seems to have 3 seasons mapped out based on the 2 games. I can see a bit they are changing the characters up slightly so going into season 2 won't be as disconnected as the game.
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    • The last episode was soo unnecessary. Part 2 of the game received the same criticism because of the wokeness, so they decided to add it on the TV show as well. Like they dedicated an entire episode to the cause.
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      https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=6vnrdEVjfh0
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    • Oh ok. I don't know about the PS4, but I use the Crave app on my nVidia Shield (Android TV), and in most cases the content will be Dolby Digital 2.0. I usually have to launch the show or movie on the app on my phone, and then cast it to the Shield in order to get Dolby 5.1. It's weird...
      I just hope HBO's deal with Bell expires and is not renewed. It's about time we get HBO Max.
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    • The last episode was soo unnecessary. Part 2 of the game received the same criticism because of the wokeness, so they decided to add it on the TV show as well. Like they dedicated an entire episode to the cause.
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    • Oh ok. I don't know about the PS4, but I use the Crave app on my nVidia Shield (Android TV), and in most cases the content will be Dolby Digital 2.0. I usually have to launch the show or movie on the app on my phone, and then cast it to the Shield in order to get Dolby 5.1. It's weird...
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    • Are you using the Crave app on an android box or Apple TV ?
      Crave app on ps4
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    • So I resubscribed to Crave, hoping to watch this series in Dolby 5.1 but my speakers seem to be only picking Dolby 2.1. Is there any way to verify directly with Crave? I used to at least get Dolby 5.1 in the past.
      Are you using the Crave app on an android box or Apple TV ?
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    • So I resubscribed to Crave, hoping to watch this series in Dolby 5.1 but my speakers seem to be only picking Dolby 2.1. Is there any way to verify directly with Crave? I used to at least get Dolby 5.1 in the past.
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    • waited in vain for frank to betray bill. Really thought bill would get knifed in the neck once he sat down to play on the piano. I never did play the game so I had no idea these 2 were a thing.
      I think this was why i enjoyed - i was totally expecting the same, especially at the piano. What was explored was the polar opposite of my expectations.
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    • waited in vain for frank to betray bill. Really thought bill would get knifed in the neck once he sat down to play on the piano. I never did play the game so I had no idea these 2 were a thing.
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    • How could you possibly miss the significant impact this story had for Joel? It's literally spelled out in a written note at the end of the episode.
      Sure - that's why I said I liked how it ended.
      The beginning and ending set that up for me - the middle dragged.
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    • Unsure how I felt about the last episode.

      Was it a throwaway story?
      Will it have an impact on the remainder of the journey?
      Is HBO trying to join Netflix by having the 'woke' box checked?

      I will say that I enjoyed how it started/ended but didn't enjoy the big chunk in the middle where it dragged.

      Still, this show is my current fav weekly show that I'm following so let's see!
      How could you possibly miss the significant impact this story had for Joel? It's literally spelled out in a written note at the end of the episode.
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    • Unsure how I felt about the last episode.

      Was it a throwaway story?
      Will it have an impact on the remainder of the journey?
      Is HBO trying to join Netflix by having the 'woke' box checked?

      I will say that I enjoyed how it started/ended but didn't enjoy the big chunk in the middle where it dragged.

      Still, this show is my current fav weekly show that I'm following so let's see!
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    • The last episode was good. I was a bit perplexed though how they survived being in that large open area without more issues like swarms of infected or more regular raider attacks. With only two people running the place, it seemed a bit unrealistic. But I'll hold my judgement until the series unfolds, there may be good reasons for this. And I get the place was well defended but still, it seemed too large an area to not be a target in some far fence corner.
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    • You were triggered by two people kissing? Two people kissing is woke? Wut?

      Kissing is now porn? Wow ...
      As they say - freedom for me, but not for thee.

      There are multiple generations of people who were raised in a world where it was hard coded that everything gay was wrong, and that at best, it needs to be hidden. Many will never be able to shake off this narrow indoctrination. For them, it will always be as true as water is wet. As such, their bigotry prevents them from being able to see legit wokeness. For them, calling out woke is the modern day equivalent to calling out the Jew for all problems during the 1930's and onwards.

      Some good clarifications made here:

      https://youtu.be/V_cCFX47xoQ
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    • Well, in his defence, there was also a naked scene in the bed. But yeah, I get your point, at the end of the day it's just a romance. I think a lot of people get triggered by gay stuff and particularly kissing and sex scenes.
      They were in bed topless and kissed ..I mean if that's triggering and woke...then everything is woke from sesame street (all naked!) to whatever..and it's HBO too lol.... White Lotus must be straight up porn then lol

      Ya some people really get worked up and have serious double standards of it's two people who are same sex (especially males) to show affection for each other but have no problems if it's a male/female.
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    • You were triggered by two people kissing? Two people kissing is woke? Wut?

      Kissing is now porn? Wow ...
      Well, in his defence, there was also a naked scene in the bed. But yeah, I get your point, at the end of the day it's just a romance. I think a lot of people get triggered by gay stuff and particularly kissing and sex scenes.
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    • Also the woke culture in the U.S is too much, OMG.. like do I really need to see that thrown in my face in every main stream show? Back in the day it was implied and implicit now you don't even know you accidently switched channels to XX gay porn..
      You were triggered by two people kissing? Two people kissing is woke? Wut?

      Kissing is now porn? Wow ...
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    • A game can't be better than a show. They are two different media. One where you control the character and bond with it through gameplay, you end up associating yourself with the character by controlling their actions, and the other medium where you are watching people go through the motions, and you have no agency in it.
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