‘Euphoria’ Season Three Is Happening—Here’s Everything We Know


You’d better stock up on more glitter eye shadow, because Euphoria season three is officially in the works. 

HBO announced on Friday, February 4, that the Emmy-winning drama (and occasional comedy) had been renewed for another season. This news doesn’t exactly come as a surprise, considering the series becomes the talk of the internet after each new episode drops. I mean, if the fan theories that Cassie is pregnant with Nate’s child are true…that drama alone could fuel 10 more seasons’ worth of content. Euphoria is also a ratings hit—per a press release from HBO, the season-two premiere was the most-viewed episode of an HBO series ever on HBO Max with more than 14 million viewers. 

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“Sam, Zendaya, and the entire cast and crew of Euphoria have taken season 2 to extraordinary heights, challenging narrative convention and form, while maintaining its heart,” says Francesca Orsi, executive vice president of HBO programming, in a statement. “We couldn’t be more honored to work with this gifted, wildly talented team or more excited to continue our journey with them into season 3.“

So what do we know about this new development? Here you go: 

When does Euphoria season 3 air? 

Not sure! HBO hasn’t revealed when filming will begin for the next season, but we’ll keep you posted when we find out. In the meantime, prepare yourself for the season-two finale, which airs on Sunday, February 27.

What cast will be returning for Euphoria season 3?

Considering Sam Levinson created, wrote, directed, and executive-produced the first two seasons, it seems safe to say he’ll return to oversee the drama. As for the cast, that remains up in the air. Zendaya serves as an executive producers on the series and leads the cast, so the fan speculation that her character will die of an overdose does seem unlikely. 

Okay, what else do we know?

As of right now…not a lot. But again, check this post often. We’ll update as we learn more! 


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