The Last of Us TV Show and Cast Nominated for 24 Emmys



HBO's The Last of Us made a significant impact in this week's Primetime Emmy Awards nominations, securing an impressive 24 nominations in total. Among these nominations is one for the show itself, which has been recognized in the highly esteemed Outstanding Drama Series category. Additionally, Pedro Pascal and Bella Ramsey, who play leading roles in The Last of Us, have been nominated for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series and Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series, respectively. The winners will not be revealed until September, allowing fans ample time to voice their opinions on who they believe deserves each award.


As the Emmy nominations for 2023 were announced on Wednesday, various networks celebrated the recognition of their talented stars. HBO, in particular, expressed their enthusiasm for The Last of Us, Pascal, and Ramsey receiving nominations. Given the overwhelmingly positive response to the show during its debut season, it is hardly surprising to see The Last of Us nominated for the prestigious Outstanding Drama Series category.









The Last of Us has garnered an impressive number of nominations at this year's Emmys, placing it as the second most nominated show or movie. Only HBO's Succession managed to surpass it with a total of 27 nominations. The complete list of nominees in the categories where The Last of Us, Pascal, and Ramsey are competing provides insight into the formidable competition the show and its cast face this year.







Outstanding Drama Series

• Andor

• Better Call Saul

• The Crown

• House of the Dragon

• The Last Of Us

• Succession

• The White Lotus

• Yellowjackets


Outstanding Actor in a Drama Series

• Jeff Bridges

• Brian Cox

• Kieran Culkin

• Bob Odenkirk

• Pedro Pascal  (The Last of Us)

• Jeremy Strong


Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series

• Sharon Horgan

• Melanie Lynskey

• Elisabeth Moss

• Bella Ramsay  (The Last of Us)

• Keri Russell

• Sarah Snook







HBO's The Last of Us, as expected, received a renewal for its second season, initially slated for a 2025 release. However, the timing of the new season's debut has become uncertain due to the ongoing WGA strike. While we await further updates, it is known that the storyline adapted from the game The Last of Us Part 2 will unfold over multiple seasons, ensuring a more comprehensive narrative experience.

Post a Comment

Previous Post Next Post