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TV: There’s a 2 Hour “Director’s Cut” of Episode Three of “The Last of Us”

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The historic gay love story at the heart of the third episode of HBO’s The Last of Us originally had a two-hour director’s cut – and it’s even more tear-jerking than the final edit. Fans of The Last of Us and its critically acclaimed third episode might soon be taking to the streets to shout ‘release the director’s cut’, because it’s emerged that there’s an even more heartbreaking version of Bill and Frank’s love story tucked away in the vault. In an interview with Deadline, Craig Mazin, who co-created The Last of Us alongside the game’s creator Neil Druckmann and … Read more

TV: What’s Up for “The Last of Us” Season Two? (Probably) Lesbians! [Spoilers]

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The Last of Us is already widely regarded as one of the best video game adaptations of all time, with critics and fans giving the show’s direction, tone, performances and writing huge amounts of praise – not least for the portrayal of gay couple Bill and Frank. Following the news that The Last of Us – everyone’s favourite fungal, post-Armageddon survival series, based on the video game of the same name – will be returning for a second season, here’s what fans can expect from Pedro Pascal’s Joel and Bella Ramsey’s Ellie. The first season is expected to cover all … Read more

TV: Latest Eposode of “The Last of Us” Tells Beautiful Gay Live Story [Spoilers]

The Last of Us

The latest episode of HBO’s post-apocalyptic drama, The Last of Us, has landed – and the gay love story at its core is breaking hearts worldwide. Unlike the first two instalments, which have aligned almost religiously with the storylines in the video game on which it’s based, episode three veers away from main protagonists Joel (Pedro Pascal) and Ellie (Bella Ramsey) and shifts focus on to Bill (Nick Offerman) and Frank (Murray Bartlett). Anyone familiar with the video game will be aware that Bill and Frank are a minor subplot to the collapse of civilisation, following the outbreak of a … Read more

TV: Queer “True Blood” Getting a Reboot on HBO

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True Blood is getting a reboot, and that sound you hear is thousands of gays screaming in unison. The horror series aired on HBO for seven seasons, kicking off in 2008 and ending in 2014, and proved a huge hit with LGBT+ audiences for its camp, over-the-top style. The series, based on The Southern Vampire Mysteries by Charlaine Harris, followed telepathic waitress Sookie Stackhouse in the fictional town of Bon Temps, Louisiana, as she falls in love with vampire Bill Compton. Now, the series is set to get the reboot treatment, with True Blood‘s queer creator Alan Ball set to … Read more