HBO’s “The Last of Us” secured its first wins of the award season at the Creative Arts Emmy Awards. The PlayStation adaptation was met with critical acclaim and has been on a collision course with major wins.
Storm Reid won the award for Guest Actress in a Drama Series for Episode 7, “Left Behind”, and Nick Offerman won the award for Guest Actor in a Drama Series for Episode 3, “Long, Long Time”.
The show won Outstanding Prosthetic Makeup for Episode 2, “Infected”, and Outstanding Special Visual Effects in a Season or Movie. It also won Outstanding Main Title Design.
The show won Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Comedy or Drama Series (One Hour) for Episode 1, “When You’re Lost In The Darkness”, and Outstanding Sound Editing for the same episode.
The show won Outstanding Picture Editing for a Drama Series for Episode 5, “Endure and Survive”.
The show is nominated in several categories that will be awarded at the Primetime Emmy Awards on January 15. Production on “The Last of Us” season 2 is scheduled to begin in the first quarter of 2024, but the new episodes likely won’t premiere until 2025.
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