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‘Euphoria’ (HBO): Everything We Know About The Second Special Episode Before Season 2

After seeing the special episode of Euphoria, ‘The striped ones do not last forever’, released by HBO last Friday, the American chain wanted to set on the calendar the date we needed to start counting the days for the next one. As you will remember, it will not only be a chapter that establishes the bridge between a first and second season that has been more distanced than expected due to the coronavirus crisis, but the team of the successful fiction led by Zendaya has produced two specials.

Even in the absence of the trailer for this second special episode that we all want to see, we already know some important details about it. You can find out everything we know about the new Euphoria special below.

WHEN AND WHERE WILL THE SPECIAL EPISODE OF ‘EUPHORIA’ BE SEEN – PART 2

As confirmed by HBO, the new chapter, which is entitled ‘F — Anyone Who’s Not A Sea Blob’, will arrive shortly after welcoming 2021, so we won’t have to wait too long. Take note of the date: January 24 on the US network.

And in our country? We can assume that HBO , as usual, will premiere it the day after its broadcast on the other side of the pond, so it will most likely be available here for subscribers to the platform on January 25, 2021.

An interesting detail to take into account is the advancement of the surprise premiere experienced by the first part of this special double installment of Euphoria, so, although unlikely, we cannot rule out that there will not be a change of dates once the date of its debut.

JULES AT ITS CENTER AND SYNOPSIS OF ‘F — ANYONE WHO’S NOT A SEA BLOB’

We have already connected with Rue in ‘The striped ones do not last forever’, so it was not surprising that the protagonist of the second part of this special double episode was the second undisputed protagonist of the series developed by Sam Levinson: Jules, played by Hunter Schafer.

The last time we saw the young woman she had boarded a train leaving a wrecked Rue behind at the station, a decision that made even Schafer herself fatal, as she argued back in an interview with Entertainment Weekly: ” You don’t leave your friend/lover alone at a station at 1 in the morning. ” However, the young interpreter was also understanding with the character and with everything that had happened when she was so young: “It was too much.”

AND WHAT ABOUT SEASON 2 OF EUPHORIA?

No news on Euphoria season 2 beyond being severely delayed by the Covid-19 crisis. Fortunately, the team has been able to meet and shoot two special episodes that serve as a bridge between the first and second installments, but nothing is known, at the moment, about when they will return to the set to get to work with more episodes.

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