When Will the Last of Us: Season 1 Episode 4 Air on Hbo? Let's See the Trailer

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When Will the Last of Us Season 1 Episode 4 Air on HBO? Let’s See the Trailer

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The trailer for The Last of Us Season 4 is now available. HBO has released a preview for the next episode of the post-apocalyptic drama based on the eponymous PlayStation video game, teasing Kathleen, a ruthless leader of a revolutionary movement in Kansas City.

Melanie Lynskey, best known for her role on Yellowjackets, will play the role, implying big trouble for our survivor duo Joel (Pedro Pascal) and Ellie (Elizabeth Banks) (Bella Ramsey).

The episode, titled ‘Please Hold My Hand,’ will be directed by Jeremy Webb (The Umbrella Academy) and will reportedly be only 50 minutes long β€” significantly shorter than episode 3’s 75-minute runtime. The Last of Us episode 4 will air on Disney+ Hotstar and HBO Max on February 6 at 8:30 am IST/ February 5 at 9 pm ET, respectively.

We talk about the HBO show The Last of Us Season 1 Episode 4, including the release date and where to watch it online.

What Happened in the Last of Us Season 1 Episode 3?

We met a few new characters in The Last of Us episode 3 who helped paint a picture of what lies ahead for Joel (Pedro Pascal) and Ellie (Bella Ramsey). The entire episode was a rollercoaster of emotions with a somewhat upbeat conclusion. Here is a recap of Season 1, Episode 3 events.

Following what happened to Tess, Joel and Ellie get into a small argument. Ellie explains to him that it’s not her fault and that he had a stake in what happened.
He had some items stored in a gas station, which Joel and Ellie combed through. Ellie discovers an underground space where she discovers a trapped infected while this is happening.

When Will the Last of Us: Season 1 Episode 4 Air on Hbo? Let's See the Trailer

The program transports us back to 2003 when Bill the Wild Man first appeared. He has created a whole area with everything he requires to keep both infected people and outsiders out.

Then we quickly advance to 2007, when Bill is still residing there. Someone does, however, get caught in one of his traps. Soon after, we learn that it’s Frank, who is looking for assistance. Bill finally allows him in despite his reluctance.

Bill intended to let him take a shower, give him food, and then eject him. A chain of events resulted in Bill and Frank sharing a bed. Frank and Bill are fighting in 2010 over a pointless issue. Bill is incensed when Frank admits to talking to someone on the radio.

We learn that Tess was the person he was speaking to. Frank and Bill were joined for dinner by Joel and Tess. Bill and Joel, the event’s matching grouchy duo, whine while Tess and Frank enjoy themselves.

Age is beginning to catch up with Frank and Bill after years spent together in the same location. The pair finally take something, and they begin to slowly pass each other in bed.

As Joel and Ellie arrive at the house, the episode’s main theme is finally made clear. Ellie finally locates a note that was left for Joel after much searching.
Joel lays out the strategy and the ground rules for the remainder of the journey before they get in the car, among them that she is not allowed to ask too many questions.

Joel and Ellie get in the car and drive off as the episode comes to a close.

The Last of Us Season 1 Episode 4 Release Date

When Will the Last of Us: Season 1 Episode 4 Air on Hbo? Let's See the Trailer

The fourth episode will air on HBO on February 5, 2023. It will be released at 8:00 PM EST. The fourth episode, “Please Hold My Hand,” will run for 60 minutes.

Where to Watch Last of Us Season 1 Episode 3?

Every Monday at 9 p.m. Eastern Standard Time, new episodes of The Last of Us can be viewed on Disney+ Hotstar, in India at 8:30 a.m. IST, and wherever else HBO Max is available.

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