HBO’s ‘The Last of Us’ Season 2 Rounds Out Cast Including Catherine O’Hara & Tati Gabrielle

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Casting has been underway for many roles in HBO’s critically acclaimed series The Last of Us season 2. We already know that Kaitlyn Dever joined the cast as the highly controversial character Abby. Others have joined including Isabela Merced (Madame Web, Superman) and Young Mazino. Now, we have learned Catherine O’Hara (Schitts Creek), Danny Ramirez (Top Gun: Maverik), Ariela Barer (How to Blow Up a Pipeline), Tati Gabrielle (The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina), and Spencer Lord (Heartland) have all also joined the cast. They join Pedro Pascal and Bella Ramsey as they return as Joel and Elle. Production began in February in Vancouver for the second season.

The Last of Us will return to HBO in 2025

Source: The Wrap

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