Euphoria is one of the teen drama series written as well as directed by Sam Levinson. It is available on HBO. It was released on June 16, 2019. After watching its first season, the fans got into the series so much that since then, they’re desperately waiting for the release of 2nd season! After witnessing the hype, the directors officially announced that they would be releasing their second season in 2020.
However, due to the sudden outburst of the pandemic, the shooting got severely affected, leading to the prolonged delay of the show.
Is Netflix Planning to Release its Second Season by the End of 2022?
Due to the pandemic, the shooting of euphoria season 2 got extremely delayed, although they had said that the shooting would start in early 2021 and the show would be aired during the same year. As per the sources, the shooting started in mid-2021 on April 5 in Los Angeles. All the actors were seen returning to their shoots.
Zendaya being the main cast, was seen returning to the shoot in May 2021. She also uploaded a few pictures from the set revealing the shooting of season 2. From her snap chat account, some stories were posted featuring the sound stage which the show uses for filming.
IN ONE OF THE MOST CONCLUSIVE COMMENT variety REPORTED IN AUGUST 2021, HBO was looking forward to the premiere in late 2021 or early 2022 for season 2.
The first season was about the basic teens going through the battles of exploring their identities, love, rage, goals, and motives. Zendaya narrated the whole series. The series consisted of 8 episodes in total.
The final episode of euphoria titled ‘and salt the earth behind you’ saw sue relapsing, Kat and ethen getting together, Cassie going for an Abortion, and Maddie stealing a discriminating CD from Nate’s room that possesses the potential to expose her father.
The series features Zendaya, Maude Apatow, Angus Cloud, Eric Dane, Alexa Demie, Jacod Elordie, Barbie Ferreira, Nika King, Storm Reid, Hunter Schafer, AlgeeSmith, and Sydney Sweeney.
Reviews of the Audience
As per the audience, the Euphoria is simply extraordinary. The characters are so drenched in their role that it feels so real. The dark shady theme just adds to the feel of an intricate juvenile’s life.
Reality is one of the strongest factors of this series which made the audience feel connected to it. A large number of high school students can actually relate to it. Unlike other series that sugarcoat the teenage experience with smiles and laughter, Euphoria actually pulled out the dark part, which is usually kept in the low. That’s why the fans are awestruck by it.