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The Daily Lowdown: The Last of Us future after two seasons revealed

The zombie drama's showrunner has opened up about the show's future 

The Daily Lowdown: The Last of Us future after two seasons revealed
Emmy Griffiths
TV & Film Editor
17 April 2023
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Welcome to your Daily Lowdown from HELLO! In today's episode, we're discussing Frank Ocean's new album, and the news that The Last of Us may not be all over with just two seasons. Not only that, Hannah Spearritt has spoken about the loss of her former partner and bandmate, Paul Cattermole, and Harry Potter casting agents are on the lookout for their new stars. 

Take a listen to the episode below…

Love is Blind fans took to social media in droves to complain about the latest live episode - which didn’t go as according to plan. A live version of the show was supposed to kick off on Sunday night, but fans ended up waiting in vain as Netflix struggled to sort out their technical issues. They did promise that the show will be available in full on the streaming platform soon - so we’re looking forward to finally seeing what all the fuss is about!

Frank Ocean has confirmed that he has a new album on the way! The Channel Orange musician revealed the exciting news at Coachella Festival while he was onstage as he opened up about his love of the festival. Speaking to the crowd about his early memories of Coachella, the star said that he would attend the festival with his late brother Ryan, who died in a car crash aged 18 back in 2020. He added that he knew Ryan would have been excited to have been there with them.

frank ocean on stage© Photo: Getty Images
Are you excited for his new album?

Although The Last of Us only has two games worth of storytelling, the HBO show’s showrunner Craig Mazin has revealed that he would like the show to remain on our screens for much longer than just two seasons. He told Deadline that he’d like the zombie show to be on TV for a while, as there is quite a bit of story to tell. Can someone check Pedro Pascal and Belly Ramsay’s schedules please?

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S Club 7 star Hannah Spearritt has spoken about the loss of her former bandmate and ex-boyfriend Paul Cattermole, who died aged 46 earlier this month on 6 April - just a few weeks after the band announced their 25th-anniversary reunion tour. Hannah said that the news was raw, telling The Sun that she still can’t quite believe it’s real. She added that Paul was her first love and that she was glad to have spent time with him ahead of their planned reunion tour to make peace with each other. The pair had an on-and-off relationship before splitting for good in 2015.

S Club 7 posing for a group photo circa 2000© Getty
S Club 7 shot to fame in the early noughties

And finally, could your child be the next Harry Potter? According to the Daily Mail, agents will be on the lookout for potential Harry, Ron and Hermione stars to take on the roles for the HBO miniseries - and might even do open calls on social media and local drama groups. The new project will be seven seasons that will be released over the span of 10 years - and will see the series’ author JK Rowling serve as executive producer.

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