Headline-making adolescent drama Euphoria is returning for another dose of identity crisis and their sex, drugs that have seized the imaginations of production.
Much like Skins before it, Euphoria caused controversy because of its depiction of a large school world full of sex, drugs, and violence as it came on displays in America in June 2019. But while it stunned some, it also became an instant hit, its explorations of problems including addiction, sexuality, and misuse given distance to become raw and real. Before season 1’s cliffhanger ending unfurled, the Zendaya-starring show has been verified to be returning for another season. This is everything we understand about Euphoria year 2 so far.
When will Euphoria season 2 be released?
No official launch date has been declared at present Even though a season has been confirmed by HBO. However, HBO says it will likely be released in 2020 [via Teen Vogue]. If it follows the same blueprint as season 1 it ought to broadcast in June in the US, using a UK premiere to follow in August.
It had been confirmed that the second year would begin filming in March and, according to the HBO’s trailer of 2020, would be aired this season. It remains to be seen whether that will be the case amidst the ongoing Coronavirus crisis.
The US residence of Euphoria is HBO. The very first year landed in the United Kingdom on Sky Atlantic, on 6th August 2019, and has been accessible on NOW TV and Sky Q shortly after. Regrettably, it is currently not available on either.
Euphoria season 2 Plot?
Season 1 ended on an ambiguous note, leaving lovers unsure if Rue (Zendaya) have died from an overdose.
There are also a good deal of narrative arcs we can expect to follow into the new year — Nate’s (Jacob Elordi) sexuality, Cassie (Sydney Sweeney) and McKay’s (Algee Smith) relationship, Gia’s (Storm Reid) growing rebelliousness, Kat (Barbie Ferreira) and Ethan’s (Austin Abrams) future collectively and whether Kat is still working as a camgirl, and also what exactly happened on Jules (Hunter Schafer) after Rue left her onto the train.
Actress Storm Reid (who plays Gia, the younger sister of Rue) has cautioned that her “character is supposed to be developing and becoming her own” suggesting Gia might get her very own standalone episode.
Euphoria Season 2 Cast?
Despite the cliffhanger of the season one finale, Zendaya appears to have confirmed that her personality Rue will reunite for another installment.
Given that there’s still a lot to research and untangle from the stories of the characters in year one, we can expect to find some more from these faces that are familiar.
There’ll also be some new faces. According to Collider, Kelvin Harrison Jr is currently in talks to join the cast of Euphoria year 2. Harrison is known for functions in indies like Luce and Waves, which also starred Euphoria’s very own Maddy Perez (Alexa Demie).