The Last of Us continues tonight, Feb. 5, with episode 4, titled “Please Hold My Hand.” Many of us are still recovering from last week’s emotional episode, but Joel (Pedro Pascal) and Ellie’s (Bella Ramsey) journey continues! Don’t want to miss a minute of The Last of Us episode 4 tonight? We’re here to make sure you don’t!
Episode 3, “Long Long Time,” slowed things down a bit and gave us a love story that had us all crying in the end. Nick Offerman and Murray Bartlett did an amazing job bringing their characters to life. As much as we love watching Ellie and Joel bickering and slowly bonding, it was nice to see this romantic story unfold. But buckle up, The Last of Us episode 4 kicks it up a notch by bringing back the action.
Hidden Remote has screened the first season of the series and, trust us, you don’t want to miss this episode! Here are all of the details you need to know.
What time is The Last of Us episode 4 coming out tonight?
The Last of Us episode 4 airs on the HBO network tonight, Sunday, Feb. 5, at 9 p.m. ET. In addition to airing on HBO, tonight’s episode, titled “Please Hold My Hand,” will also stream on the HBO Max streaming platform at the same time.
How long is The Last of Us episode 4?
“Please Hold My Hand” is on the shorter side of The Last of Us episodes. It starts at 9 p.m. ET and runs for approximately 50 minutes, so it’ll end at about 9:50 p.m. ET. But don’t worry, just because it’s under an hour long, it doesn’t mean it’s anything less than amazing. Quality over quantity, right?
How to watch The Last of Us episode 4
You have two options if you want to watch The Last of Us as soon as it airs. You can watch the episode on HBO or stream it on HBO Max. The latter is a fantastic option for those who can’t tune in right away — just don’t wait too long to watch it so you don’t bump into spoilers online.
If you have cut ties with cable and don’t have HBO Max, you can still watch the episode via the streaming platform you have replaced cable with, such as fuboTV. When and where will you be watching?