HBO’s The Last of Us returns with an episode that will once again tug our heart strings. Episode 7 will also introduce a character from Ellie’s (Bella Ramsey) past. But don’t worry, we’ll get to see how Joel (Pedro Pascal) is doing, too. Needless to say, this is not an episode you want to catch later, you need to be one of the first to see it as it airs on HBO or stream it on HBO Max. Need to prepare? We’ve got your back! We share how long The Last of Us episode 7 is and how to watch.
The Last of Us episode 7 is titled “Left Behind,” and as excited as we are to watch it tonight (February 25), it’s bittersweet because it means we are one episode closer to the end. The first season has a total of nine episodes, so there will only be two left after tonight.
How long is The Last of Us episode 7?
Each episode of The Last of Us has had a different runtime, which we really appreciate. Why stretch an episode just to meet a certain time, or why cut an episode short when there’s more to tell. Tonight’s episode will run for approximately 60 minutes, starting at 9 p.m. and ending at 10 p.m. ET.
Where to watch The Last of Us episode 7
To watch the episode, you can tune in to HBO at 9 p.m. ET. If you don’t have HBO or simply can’t tune in at that time and need to watch it a little later, you can stream it on the HBO Max platform. It will become available to stream at the same time as it airs (9 p.m. ET). Just don’t wait too long to stream the episode, or you’ll bump into spoilers online.
These are the two remaining episodes after tonight:
- Episode 8, “When We Are in Need,” airs Sunday, March 5
- Episode 9, the season finale, airs Sunday, March 12