They are already preparing the third season of Euphoria and have revealed interesting details about the HBO Max series.
It’s time to drop out of high school and start adult life. So far, the Euphoria series has shown us the problems of Rue (Zendaya) and her friends with drugs, sex and relationships with each other. Now they are preparing the new season and the second already hinted at a time jump. But the question is, how many years have passed? We have the answer.
In a recent interview with Vogue, Euphoria’s costume designer Heidi Bivens reveals how many years it will take between two and three.
“I will do everything possible to make the third season of the show a success. I am very excited to read the scripts. There is talk of it being roughly five years in the future and they are no longer in high school. Dorothy is no longer in Kansas. I mean, it could be a total trip. Who can say? But getting to know Sam’s brain will be exciting and challenging for all of us, because he won’t want to repeat himself. It will be something new for the audience to discover.”
Zendaya in Euphoria
What is the series about?
Euphoria is a popular American television series created by Sam Levinson that premiered in 2019 on HBO. The plot follows a group of high school students as they navigate through the challenges of adolescence, including addiction, identity, and relationships. It has garnered widespread critical acclaim for its raw and honest portrayal of teenage life, as well as its groundbreaking cinematography, soundtrack, and performances by its young cast.
The series is based on an Israeli series of the same name, which was created by Ron Leshem and Daphna Levin. However, Euphoria takes a distinctly American perspective, with a focus on issues like race, sexuality, and the opioid epidemic. The show stars Zendaya as Rue, a 17-year-old struggling with addiction who finds herself in a complex relationship with Jules, a transgender girl played by Hunter Schafer. Other cast members include Sydney Sweeney, Maude Apatow, Angus Cloud, Alexa Demie, and Algee Smith.
Sydney Sweeney en Euphoria
One of the most striking aspects of Euphoria is its unique visual style. The show uses vivid colors, mind-blowing camera angles, and surreal imagery to create a dreamlike atmosphere that reflects the characters’ inner emotions. The cinematography, directed by Marcell Rév, has been compared to the work of iconic filmmakers such as Nicolas Winding Refn and Gaspar Noé. The show’s soundtrack is also a standout feature, with songs from the likes of Billie Eilish, Lizzo, and Tyler, The Creator.
The series is not afraid of tackling controversial topics, and its depiction of teenage sexuality and drug use has been the subject of much discussion. Some have criticized the show for glorifying these behaviors, while others have praised its honest depiction of the pressures young people face. The show’s creators have defended their approach by arguing that it simply reflects the reality of contemporary adolescence.
The first two seasons of Euphoria can currently be enjoyed on HBO Max.