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Here's How You Can Watch Every Episode Of The Last Man On Earth

Please be advised that this article contains potentially triggering mentions of suicide.

A show about a virus wreaking havoc on the world may have seemed like yet another far-fetched premise back in 2015 when "The Last Man on Earth" first premiered. But living through an actual pandemic over the past year has shown that the idea wasn't really that outrageous — in fact, the show even made some eerily accurate predictions. Thankfully it seems as though we're nearing the end of this real life catastrophe. And if you're ready to indulge in pandemic-centered media once again, you can indulge in Will Forte's off-beat show.

In "The Last Man on Earth," we follow Phil Miller (Forte), who believes he is the sole survivor of a deadly virus. While living in solace in Tucson, Arizona, he does what he can to entertain himself as well as look for other signs of humanity. Early on in the series, after reaching his breaking point, Miller attempts to take his own life before realizing he isn't in fact alone. The story then continues on after he meets the eccentric Carol Pilbasian (Kristen Schaal), and they work together to seek out a return to normalcy in their world. Soon enough, the pair connects with even more survivors throughout the show, and despite various trials and tribulations, they all join forces to try to rebuild what's left of their community. Though the post-apocalyptic comedy ended in 2018, fans can enjoy catching up with the survivors via streaming sites.

The Last Man on Earth is now on Hulu

Hulu nabbed the streaming rights to "The Last Man on Earth" in 2015, years before it came to an end. While it didn't receive the love it deserved on Fox, it looks like Hulu is holding on tight to the zany comedy. Unfortunately for fans, it's highly unlikely that there will ever be another season — but on the flip side, Forte revealed the ending he would have given "The Last Man on Earth."

In the last episode, Miller and the gang find themselves surrounded by a sinister-looking group of survivors. Though audiences were left with a giant cliffhanger, Forte already had a true ending planned. "Basically they had been in this bunker and they went down when the virus had first started," he told Vulture, explaining the origin of the newly discovered survivors. "Then they see a bunch of stragglers — us. And we represent a real threat to them, because they'd thought everything was dead, so they quarantine us." Forte went on to describe how the two groups would slowly earn each other's trust. "And eventually we'd all get comfortable with each other, and they would kind of let one person out. They wouldn't be scared anymore. But then we are immune to the virus but we're carriers. And so we would infect them and they'd die like wildfire. And then we're back to just us." Talk about a plot twist.

While it isn't the happiest of endings (for the other guys), we're happy to have some semblance of closure. And with that in mind, we'll be sure to return to "The Last Man on Earth" on Hulu with a new appreciation for the group's tenacity.