The creators of the television show The Last of Us, Craig Mazin and Neil Druckmann, have spoke about what would happen in season 2.  

Pedro Pascal plays the grizzled survivor Joel Miller in the HBO adaption, which is based on the same-named 2013 PlayStation 3 video game. 

It focuses on his friendship with the bright 14-year-old orphan Ellie, who is portrayed by Bella Ramsey of Game of Thrones. 

Joel and Tess are asked by Marlene to accompany Ellie across the zombie-infested United States to the violent revolutionary group known as the Fireflies when a smuggling operation goes awry. 

Joel is initially hesitant to undertake the mission, but he quickly realises the significance of it after finding out.

Mazin and Druckmann hinted ideas for The Last of Us season 2 and beyond in an interview with The Hollywood Reporter.  

The second season closely follows the sequel game, as Mazin stated that he dislikes “filler” in his plots. 

According to Mazin and Druckmann, The Last of Us season 2 will probably stick to the plot of the video game The Last of Us Part II.  

The show won’t be continued indefinitely just because the studio can, according to Mazin, a self-described superfan of both games.  

The audience will experience a dramatic thrill ride as the main protagonists descend into darkness if The Last of Us season 2.