Euphoria, as we already know, caused controversy with its first season in portraying high school students who were overflowing with physical relationships, alcohol, and abuse as soon as they arrived on U.S. screens in June.
The show is a success for teens; it mostly relates to their daily lives and the challenges they face as they grow up.
We have everything you need to know about Euphoria’s Season 2, so keep on reading to find out!
When will Euphoria season 2 release?
There is no official news yet about the start of season 2. HBO is quite narrow-lipped about the specifics.
The first season was broadcast in the U.S. on 16 June 2019. The first season was aired in the U.K. in August.
Well, Zendaya said this show gave her more exposure in an interview with Elle due to her questions about herself. He was willing to try this kind of chance to prove herself.
What will be the cast?
Zendaya is going to be back as Rue. The actress responded to the tweet after the news of the show’s renewal and announced that she would return.
There is no news for the rest of the cast as yet. But the people who follow will probably return.
Kelly is known for casting Precious, The Maze Runner, and The Box, while Vernieu’s work on Looper, Silver Linings Playbook, and Narc is well known.
The core cast members will remain similar to those of the first season. Sadly no official confirmation has yet been given,
What is going to happen in season 2 of Euphoria?
The plot has yet to be revealed, much like the release date. It’s too early to know what turn, as the season is over.
Ideally, at the end of Season 1, Season 2 will finalize what happened to Rue. Season 1 introduced us to the troubled 17-year-old Rue (Zendaya Coleman), who is struggling with drug addiction after her overdose.
Rue has a passion for her best new friend, Jules. So we could see her confessing her love of Jules, or just letting herself be in a group of friends (it’s a dark place to be in).
At high school, we’ll see more drama— violent marriages, drug trafficking, substance abuse, etc.— and many more messy, horny teenagers.