It's almost time for HBO's The Last of Us to start its run on TVs around the world. The acclaimed action-adventure video game is kicking off its live-action adaptation in just a few days, and with that being the case, we've pulled together a short few details that will help UK viewers catch the new series as it unfolds.
You will be able to watch The Last of Us on one of two platforms. Those who still have a TV box will be able to find it on Sky Atlantic and will even be able to watch it at the same time as the Americans.
If you would rather look to streaming services, Now TV will be the destination instead, with the show arriving here on Monday morning.
As we noted above, The Last of Us will be available on Sky Atlantic when it airs in the US, which for UK viewers will be the ungodly hour of 2:00 GMT on Monday, January 16.
The show will also be re-airing on Sky on Monday evening for the masses that won't have stayed up to such a late hour.
For Now TV, expect the series to become available on-demand when the daily content update happens at 8:00 GMT in the morning.
If you're wondering who will be taking up the role of your favourite characters, the cast can be found below:
The series will contain nine total episodes, and like other HBO productions, will arrive on a weekly basis, with the final episode arriving on March 12.
If you haven't already been given a glimpse of what the series will be like, you can catch both the latest trailer for The Last of Us below, and also our own opinions of the series in our review.