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Pedro Pascal has never starred in a show rated under 89% on Rotten Tomatoes

Kate Harrold

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Pedro Pascal has never starred in a show rated under 89% on Rotten Tomatoes

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You may have heard that Pedro Pascal is currently starring in a little ol’ show called The Last of Us. With previous appearances in both Game of Thrones and The Mandalorian, I think it’s safe to say that Pedro had already found his way into our hearts but he’s really taking things to the next level on The Last of Us’ press tour.

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‘Daddy’ Joel is becoming a thing. Hey, don’t look at me - I didn’t start it. Posting a picture of himself as Joel to Instagram, Pascal captioned it, ‘Dust Daddy.’ He knows his audience. That aside, The Last of Us is a colossal success. It shot up the charts to become IMDb’s highest-rated show of all-time, and it’s HBO’s second-largest debut since 2010 - sitting only behind House of the Dragon. There are so many contributors to the show’s success but it turns out, Pedro Pascal could be somewhat of a good luck charm.

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Pedro Pascal has never starred in a TV show with a Rotten Tomatoes score lower than 89% which is, of course, a ‘fresh’ rating. The Last of Us is currently sitting at 99%. The Mandalorian is slightly behind that figure with a rating of 93%. In case you missed it, The Mandalorian will return for its third season on 1 March - but I digress.

If you’re a fan of Narcos, you may recall that Pedro portrayed Javier Peña for three seasons. Well, Narcos holds a respectable score of 89%. We have to mention Game of Thrones too. ‘The Mountain and the Viper’ is an iconic episode. As much as I hated seeing Oberyn’s head explode, Pedro Pascal made TV history that day. It won’t surprise you to know that Game of Thrones holds a high score of 89% too.

Before you say, Kate, The Book of Boba Fett only had a score of 66%, I will remind you that we’re talking about Pascal’s starring roles which doesn’t include guest appearances.

Topics: The Last Of Us, TV And Film, Game Of Thrones, Star Wars

Kate Harrold
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