The good guys at HBO brought us another edgy series last year to get ridiculously obsessed with: Euphoria. It’s essentially Degrassi if you’ve been living under a rock, except on steroids, molly, xanax, fentanyl, and whatever other drug the kids shown on the show are doing. In the first season’s eight episodes, abusive relationships, abuse, addiction, and teen pregnancy were all covered, but the stories of the East Highland students are far from over. You’re in luck if you’re caught up in its heady rush-the show returns for round two. Here’s all we know so far including when between seasons one and two to expect a second bridge episode.
Cast Of Euphoria
For Season 2, viewers may hope to see much of the Season 1 cast return. In the Season 1 finale, Rue’s fate was left a little up in the air, but the first special episode allowed viewers to check in with her and see that she is alive, but she’s not doing so well. The Euphoria cast consists of Barbie Ferreira, Jacob Elordi, Sydney Sweeney, Alexa Demie, Maude Apatow, and Storm Reid, in addition to Zendaya as Rue and Schafer as Jules.
What Will Be The Plot Of Season 2
For the most part, your guess is as good as ours right now, but there are several stories we can see going into the second season. If the new episodes would not deal with what happened to Rue after season one’s end, it would be extremely bizarre. There are still plenty of plot arcs-the sexuality of Nate, the relationship between Cassie and McKay, the growing rebelliousness of Gia, the future together of Kat and Ethan and whether Kat still works as a camgirl, and what happened to Jules after Rue left her on the train-that have not yet been rounded off. The stories of some of the less-seen characters, such as Lexi, BB, and Ashtray, may also be discussed in season two.
Release Date Of Euphoria Season 2
We don’t have a precise season 2 date, but HBO revealed on Monday, October 19, that two new episodes of Euphoria will bridge the gap between seasons 1 and 2. The first premiered at the beginning of December and concentrated on the dynamic between Rue (Zendaya) and Ali, her sponsor (Colman Domingo). The second will concentrate on Jules (Hunter Schafer) and will be named “F*CK Anyone Who’s Not A Sea Blob.” It will premiere at 9 p.m. on Sunday, January 24. And it provides an introspective look at the relationship between Jules and Rue from the former POV.