In the summer of 2019, HBO surprised audiences with the release of its latest original series Euphoria. The Sweet-Sixteen story is an instant hit among teenagers. S, Jules, and colleagues did a lot in a short time. The audience didn’t get enough story, so a new season is needed. Here is everything we know about the upcoming Euphoria season.
“Euphoria Season 2” – Release Date
The coronavirus appears to be spreading during and after the outbreak. Show business is no exception. The last season aired last summer, but looking at it, we can’t say we have another season in the summer of 2020. However, we can guarantee that HBO will not touch our fans. HBO announced on social media that if the series is delayed, the cast will reunite and plans for Season 2 are on the list. However, if filming starts this year, mark your calendar for “Euphoria Season 2” in early 2021.
“Euphoria Season 2” – Cast
When it comes to the cast, we have no official word from the producers of the show. However, this show owes a lot to the fans after the star cast and we can expect some of its favorite characters. With the same Uming Ming, we hope to bring back Season 2 Ruga Sendaya, Jules van Hunter became Shaffer, Nate Jacobs as Jacob Alberdi. The cat becomes Hernandez Barbie Ferreira, Lexi Howard as Apotoga, Call Jacobs Eric Dane
Fans can also see some cute new characters.
“Euphoria Season 2” -PlOT
Season 1 does not have a good ending. Maddie eventually ends up with Nate, Jules flees to town and Cote and Ethan finally put their differences aside. By the end of season 1, we realized that the last episode had opened up a flood of questions. We hope Season 2 can fix some of the differences from the previous season. However, we can expect the show to fall apart and fight addictions on a deeper level. There are some crucial twists to the relationship between Ru and Jules. Since we do not have Platform official Plat Revelations, we can wait until Season 2 hits the TV screens.
“Euphoria Season 1” – Story
Season 1 of Euphoria was well received by critics and audiences alike. Season 1 has 10 episodes with a running time of 50 episodes. As R. Bennett (Sendaya) explains, each episode is told from a different character’s perspective. Ru began taking pills to combat her father’s death, but gradually she succumbed to more dangerous substances. One thing leads to another, forcing her into a dangerous world of intoxication. This show looks at people’s lives without filters or jokes.