Emmy 2023: The Last of Us Episode 3 Submitted for Consideration
HBO has submitted some of The Last of Us episodes for consideration for the 2023 Emmys, including the emotional Episode 3. It tells the story of Bill and Frank, two men who encountered Joel in a world ravaged by the cordyceps pandemic. The episode is submitted for the Best Cinematography for a Single-Camera Series category, with Eben Bolter as the person in charge. The show creators are also targeting the nominations for Best Drama Series and acting in that genre. The competition will be tough, with another hit HBO title called Succession.
The Last of Us, with its nine episodes, has become a fan favorite and a hit on HBO. It is natural that they are going for a couple of statuettes. Even though the photography category is not that important, the show has a chance for the most critical ones as it has been confirmed that there will be more seasons.
The 2023 Emmys will take place on September 18. The nominations are announced almost at the end of summer, giving members a couple of months before the ceremony. The show creators are still working on the scripts for the second season, with plans to adapt the sequel game in several installments. As it is still in the earliest stages of development, it is expected to take a couple of years before its release.
False Report on Salary Inequality Annoys Fans
The Last of Us series is an emotional and action-packed story that has won over audiences with its exceptional writing and acting. Fans were outraged when a false report regarding salary inequality between Pedro Pascal and Bella Ramsey was made public. However, Bella Ramsey believes that Joel did the right thing at the end of the first season. Nonetheless, the creators of the show are committed to taking the story forward and delivering multiple seasons to entertain and entice audiences.