Euphoria Season 2 News, Details, Spoilers, Release Date, Cast

Last year, the good folks at HBO gave us another edgy series to become ridiculously obsessed with: Euphoria. If you’ve been living under a rock, it’s basically Degrassi, but on steroids molly, Xanax, Fentanyl, and whatever other drug the kids on the show are doing. Toxic relationships, assault, addiction, and teen pregnancy were all covered in the first season’s eight episodes, but the East Highland students’ stories are far from over. If you’re caught up in its heady rush, you’re in luck—the show is returning for round two. Here’s everything we know so far, including when to expect a second bridge episode between seasons one and two.

When will Euphoria return?

We don’t have an exact date for season 2, but on Monday, October 19, HBO announced that two new Euphoria episodes would bridge the gap between seasons 1 and 2. The first premiered in early December and focused on the dynamic between Rue (Zendaya) and her sponsor Ali (Colman Domingo). The second will focus on Jules (Hunter Schafer) and be titled “F*ck Anyone Who’s Not A Sea Blob.” It premieres on Sunday, January 24 at 9 p.m. and offers an introspective look at Jules and Rue’s relationship from the former’s POV.

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“I always imagined these episodes as a two-part piece focusing on Rue and Jules separately,” creator Sam Levinson told GQ. “And there was some point in time in which I read that the character of Jules was trending on Twitter because people were debating whether she was a villain or not. The idea that people could watch the show and walk away feeling that she was a villain was so appalling to me that I thought, ‘I’m gonna write an episode that forces the audience to look at the world through her eyes and understand the burden of loving an addict.'”

As for when season 2 will properly return, Levinson told GQ that it had been “pushed until 2021.” He said of the delay, “I suppose one of the few beneficial side effects of this fucked up year is the distance between season 1 and season 2. It’s really difficult to insulate yourself from the response and write from the same place of creative freedom, because you know what people liked, or didn’t like. I just hope we can continue to explore and stay curious and experiment, so the show can grow in whatever way it does.”

In July 2019, HBO announced it would be renewing Euphoria for a second season. “Euphoria creator Sam Levinson has built an incredible world with an extraordinary cast led by the supremely talented Zendaya,” Francesca Orsi, executive vice president of HBO Programming, said in a statement. “We are so grateful that he chose HBO as the home for this groundbreaking series. We look forward to following these complex characters as their journeys continue through the challenging world they inhabit.”

Following the announcement, Zendaya reacted to the news. “Literally just got the call. Can’t say thank you enough for the support we’ve seen, wow,” she tweeted after the news was announced.

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Season 1 premiered on June 19, 2019 and quickly became the most buzzed-about show of the summer.

Has the show started filming?

A first taste of season 2 came on March 11, when the official Euphoria Twitter account shared a photo of Zendaya (Rue Bennett) and Angus Cloud (Fez) sitting side by side at a table read. The photo was captioned, “here we go !!!!!!!!!!!!!!” suggesting work on the new season is in full swing. However, filming delays due to the coronavirus pandemic affected when the season will premiere.

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Zendaya confirmed that production on the second season halted mere days before filming was set to start. “We were supposed to go back to work, I believe, on March 16,” she told Pose‘s Mj Rodriguez during a virtual Variety conversation. “And, literally, three or four days before that, they were shut down. I was like, ‘I was so close.’ We did camera tests and hair and makeup tests, and we got to see everybody and we had the sets built.”

She added, “I mean the scripts were written and I was just so excited—just to go back home is really what it feels like. But of course, this has all happened and I’m just grateful that I’m in the position I’m in. I can’t complain. I’m very lucky to be safe and healthy and still know that I have a job, Euphoria, that will be there.”

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It’s unclear when filming on the second season will officially resume. However, Zendaya told Timothée Chalamet for her recent ELLE cover that production would resume “after I get back from filming the next Spider-Man movie, which is pretty soon.”

What will season 2 be about?

Season 1 introduced us to Rue, a troubled 17-year-old who grapples with drug addiction after an overdose. Then comes her new best friend Jules, with whom Rue falls in love; some more high school drama—abusive relationships, drug dealing, substance abuse, etc.—and a bunch of equally messed up and horny teens. By the time the finale aired, we were left with a laundry list of questions.

What’s actually going on with Rue? Is she alive or dead? (Levinson has confirmed to GQ, “I promise you she’s not dead.”)Does Jules really love Rue?Why isn’t Nate in jail already?What will happen to Fez following his robbery?What’s next for Cassie after having an abortion?When will Maddy realize her worth and leave Nate alone for good?Again, why the hell isn’t Nate in jail?

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In late February, Storm Reid, who plays Gia, told Entertainment Tonight, “I have no information, other than my character is supposed to be developing and becoming her own. So I am very excited about that.”

She later told ELLE.com that the scripts she had seen for the show “are pretty incredible.” As for where Gia and Rue’s relationship heads in the second season, Reid said Rue has turned Gia’s life “upside down.” “I feel like this season we’ll really get to see who she is outside of just being Rue’s little sister,” Reid explained of Gia’s arc. “She will really become her own person and her own character and she really is growing up in the show, which I love.”

Will Euphoria address the pandemic?

The dark subject matter at the center of the show often mirrors real-life conversations surrounding sexuality and drug use. But will season 2 tackle COVID-19? According to Reid, not as far as she knows. “None of the scripts I read have the elements of being smaller or relating to the pandemic,” she told ELLE.com. “I think we’re just all waiting to see what’s going to happen. I know that Sam [Levinson, the show’s creator] is the only one who writes the scripts, so he’s very involved and puts his heart and his all into everything that goes into Euphoria. I can’t speak for everybody, but I think our hope right now is to get over this and be able to go back into production like we planned and do it safely.”

Who’s returning for season 2?

Hopefully, everyone! HBO left a lot of loose ends, so fingers crossed next season picks up right where we left off. Season 1 focused a lot on Rue, Jules, Nate, Maddy, Cassie, McKay and Kat. Fingers crossed Fez, Lexi, Gia, and Ethan get their stories told in the new season.

One new cast member joining the series: Waves star Kelvin Harrison Jr. He confirmed his rumored casting in a recent appearance on Complex’s Watch Less podcast. “I wasn’t talking about it for a while but we’re in Quarantine, YOLO. Yes, I’m doing Euphoria. I’m excited,” Harrison told the outlet. “You know, right before quarantine we were about to start our first day, and then we got locked down, but the camera tests were sick, the fittings were sick, the table reads have been amazing. The scripts are so great and everyone is really excited for it. [Sam Levinson is] a great writer and a brilliant storyteller, and the aesthetic and world-building they do in that show is so unique and he really pushes boundaries, as well. So I’m excited to step into that space and do my part.”

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“I’ve never seen a character like this, period… I don’t think a character like this… I can almost argue that it has not been done,” Harrison said when asked about his secretive role. “It’s interesting, it is definitely a character of the time and that’s all I got. He’s interesting.”

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