In the summer of 2019, Euphoria premiere on HBO and almost immediately smash hit. The followers were patiently waiting for the next season, but this wait just goes on longer because of the Season 2 development of coronavirus pandemics. It could be some time before Euphoria Season 2 falls, but a lot of information is available.
Euphoria Season 2: Release Date
Euphoria Season 2 was expected in 2020, but the seasonal production was halted by the coronavirus pandemic. However, due to the wall down cast and crew each, the team behind the show were able to create two special episodes during the pandemic.
Yet Euphoria Season 2 production will now be set for the beginning of 2021. That means that often in late 2021 or early 2022, supports can prepare to see the second season.
Who in the cast is returning for Season 2?
Since Zendaya leads the cast like Rue and the narrative leads guests through her classmates’ lives, you can guarantee that she will surely be back for Stage 2. Moreover, the actress went on Twitter to express her humiliation at the news of the series for another season, so take that into account.
As this show is so associated with its large ensemble cast and there’ll certainly be more to everybody’s plot, assumptive of the following main characters. They’re:
- Jules Vaughn (Hunter Schafer)
- Nate Jacobs (Jacob Elordi)
- Lexi Howard (Maude Apatow)
- Fezco (Angus Cloud)
- Kat Hernandez (Barbie Ferreira)
- Cassie Howard (Sydney Sweeney)
- Maddy Perez (Alexa Demie)
- Chris McKay (Algee Smith)
- Gia Bennett (Storm Reid)
- Ethan Lewis (Austin Abrams)
- Cal Jacobs (Eric Dane)
One thing confirmed, however, is that the genius writer Jeremy O. Harris (Slave Play, Zola), as stated by Variety He was promoted to the coproducer from a consultant. As for who else writes, produces and directs the next season, much of it is already rather boring.
Euphoria Season 2: Plotting
The focus for Season 2 seems to be more like exploring Rue’s collapse and addiction battling even further, especially in view of the special HBO released at the end of 2020 that saw her particularly bleak, suggesting that she wouldn’t be far too sure.
We might see her going into rehab if she uses anything other than that – but it’ll still not be easy to get there, when her dependency has clouded her confidence in herself, as “Trouble Don’t Last Always,” sees her. However, it seems like the series is moving to Rue’s road to rehabilitation, and how dangerous it is to addiction.
Is there any trailer for season 2?
No preview for the first special episode yet but HBO posted a trailer before its broadcast on the 4th of December. On December 7, Schafer posted a second episode poster.