LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: Anna Torv has stolen hearts in just two episodes of the HBO series ‘The Last of Us’. Anna Torv is known for her roles as Olivia Dunham on the Fox sci-fi series Fringe (2008-2013) and as Wendy Carr on the Netflix crime series Minhunter. In-game and on the HBO series, Theresa “Tess” Servopoulos is a supporting character in The Last of Us. A hardened survivor, she was Joel Miller’s longtime smuggling partner. The couple made a living as smugglers in Boston, trading with survivors out of town. She had a “dog-eat-dog” philosophy, similar to Joel and Ellie.
Although fans were accustomed to the concept of Tess’ death in the game, they were still surprised when they witnessed the death of Anna Torv’s Tess in the second episode of the HBO series Pedro Pascal. Based on the 2013 video game developed by Naughty Dog, the series takes place twenty years after a mass yeast infection sparked a global pandemic, and follows Joel (Pedro Pascal), a smuggler tasked with helping young Ellie (Bella Ramsey) to escort across a post-apocalyptic state of the country.
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One fan said: “Save who you can save. Kudos to Anna Torvs Tess for making such an impression in just two episodes. we will miss you queen.” One fan wrote, “TESS THE TRUE MVP OF THIS EPISODE, WE WILL NEVER FORGET YOU MOTHER,” while another shared, “You teased so dirty with that infected kiss, so needless.” Fan commented, “YOU MADE TESS’ DEATH EVEN MORE SADNESS WHAT THE HELL HBO Anna Torv’s performance was heartbreaking.” One fan tweeted, “I had to go through the trauma of having Tess reveal her bite for the 10th time and now I have to.” Watching mushroom tentacles freak snoggs her as she blows herself up,” while another fan added, “I knew this was coming but I still wasn’t prepared for it.”
It’s safe to say that fans are pretty disheartened about this. The Last of Us airs every Monday on HBO or streams on HBO Max.
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