An episode of “The Last of Us” nominated for Best Writing in Emmy 2023; here’s how netizens reacted to it

The Emmy 2023 nominations are out and we are checking out which fan favorites are making their way into the list. “The Last of Us”, the popular American post-apocalyptic drama TV series, which debuted at the start of this year on January 15, 2023, made its way into the Emmy 2023 nominations as well. The 3rd Episode of the first season of the Series bagged an Emmy nomination for Best Writing.

The creators and writers of the series are Craig Mazin and Neil Druckmann. The TV series is based on the popular 2013 video game of the same name. The series sees twenty years into a pandemic caused by a mass fungal infection, which transforms the hosts into zombie-like creatures.

The series features Pedro Pascal and Bella Ramsey as two major characters of the series.

Although the series was a big hit this year, netizens expressed mixed reactions to the 3rd episode getting nominated for the Emmys. They were of the view that the nominated episode wasn’t a deserving selection.

Twitter handle @DiscussingFilm was notified about the nomination on the platform, and immediately received comments of critical criticism.

Some users mentioned that episode 3 was one of the worst episodes of the series. Another user mentioned that the episode was overhyped in the worst way. Another user was of the view that the episode was just a filler episode.

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