As with games, fans are already speculating about the content of the first season of The Last of Us. Season 1 in its original language officially ended a few days ago (the final three episodes will converge on Now and Sky next week), and the season finale in particular has given fans a lot to think about. Especially in view of the already confirmed season 2… Read no further if you don’t want spoilers for The Last of Us season 1 finale
The Last of Us: is it her or isn’t she? —
In the season finale, Joel breaks into the hospital where Ellie is about to have surgery, killing everyone in sight. In one sequence, fans think they’ve seen Abby, a key figure from the video game The Last of Us Part II and, presumably, Season 2. Well, in the finale, Joel doesn’t kill this figure that fans have linked to Abby because of her long braid and the way she runs. But is it really about Abby? Kinda Funny asked series creator and showrunner Neil Druckmann, and…
The showrunners speak out –
As GameSpot reports, Druckmann responded quite clearly and without hiding any cards. “Okay, I’m going to put a stop to this rumor,” he half-jokingly replied. “That’s not Abby.” So while Abby will inevitably appear in season 2 and play a key role in the story from now on (although as fans of the game know, that story could easily be told in multiple acts, which would push the character even more to the fore ). center of the story), it seems that the fans have played a little too much with the imagination. Or maybe not? Co-showrunner Craig Mazin, on the other hand, wanted to play with the theory a bit more: “It’s ambiguous, someone staring at Ellie… you wonder who it could be, theoretically or not. Maybe one day we’ll find out.”
Source: Gazzetta It
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