Euphoria Season 2: Here’s everything you need to know about the second season of HBO’s super hit teen drama Euphoria.

Euphoria is a hit American teen drama that aired on HBO in June 2019. After the globally popular, the epic ‘Game of Thrones’, HBO created another masterpiece in Euphoria. The show becomes immensely popular amongst teens and youth. Its popularity can be judged by the fact that 5.5 million viewers saw its premiere. The most important fact about this show is it’s not like a cheesy teen drama and talks about some serious issues.

Euphoria is based on a true story and what it’s like to be a drug addict at such a young age which comes with tons of struggles. The creator of the show, Sam Levinson also shared his experience of being a drug addict at a young age with the audience at the premiere of Euphoria. Therefore, Euphoria is very close and personal to Sam Levinson. In July 2019, the series was renewed for a second season. Here is everything you need to know about Euphoria season 2.

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Euphoria Season 2 Release Date

Season 1 premiered on HBO on June 16, 2019. The first season landed in the UK on August 6 on Sky Atlantic and NowTV. In July 2019, the series was renewed for a second season. Soon after, the rumors surfaced that the second season will air in 2020. But with a pandemic situation, it is difficult to say about the release date. There’s been no word from HBO on when we can expect Euphoria season 2.

Has the production started yet?

On 11th March 2020, Euphoria HBO official twitter account posted a picture of Rui (Zendaya) and Fezco (Angus Cloud) reading their scripts with a caption ‘Here we go!!!!’. Through that picture, it was confirmed that season 2 production has started. But soon after on 16th March, the same account tweeted that they are pausing production because of the pandemic. So, we can expect the show in 2021.

Is Euphoria Season 2 Trailer Out?

No update on the second season trailer yet. Meanwhile, you can watch the season 1 trailer right here:

Euphoria Season 2 Plot

The show is all about depicting the confused lives of high school teenagers struggling to keep up their lives involving drugs, sex, and more scandals. Fans are already making up interesting theories. But the official plot is not revealed yet.

In January 2020, Zendaya spoke about Euphoria season two during an interview at the Critics’ Choice Award: “I literally can’t wait. I just want to get back to it so bad. I miss it.”

“You won’t even be able to guess what’s coming… I couldn’t even guess it,” Sweeney said. She also said, “literally everything” about season two is “darker” as the characters will be “getting into more intense situations.”

Euphoria Season 2 Star Cast

The star cast of the first season is most probably coming back. Here are some of the characters expected in season 2:

  • Jacob Elordi as Nate Jacob
  • Hunter Schafer as Jules Vaughn
  • Sydney Sweeney as Cassie Howard
  • Alexa Demie as Maddy Perez
  • Zendaya as Rue Bennett
  • Angus Cloud as Fenzco
  • Eric Dane as Cal Jacobs

The official casting team was also looking for some new characters. So, expect a bunch of new characters to join the star cast.

What interesting about Euphoria is that it is produced by Drake, a globally popular Hip-Hip artist. Most of the people were pumped up to see Drake’s work as a producer and it turns out amazingly well.

If you still haven’t watched this exciting and informative TV show then you need to watch it right now. We recommend this show not only to teenagers but to adults as well to get a better understanding of youth’s mental problems and how they deal with it.

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Where to stream Euphoria Season 1?

In the US, you can watch Euphoria with HBO’s streaming services HBO Now or HBO GO. A subscription to HBO Now will cost you $14.99 a month (first month free).

In the United Kingdom, HBO has an ongoing deal with Sky to distribute HBO content through Sky Atlantic. If you’re a SKY customer, you can use your Sky I.D. to log into Sky Go and stream Euphoria. Non-Sky customers need a subscription to Now TV.34

In Canada, the streaming service Crave has replaced HBO Now. All of Euphoria is available to stream on Crave. Indian viewers can stream Euphoria on Disney+Hotstar.