The long-awaited second season brings viewers along for a wild ride full of devastating scenarios that will make it hard to watch. However, we'll take our chances and tune in because we can't get enough of the over-the-top high school atmosphere.
If there's anything that the explosive second season has taught us, it's that we hope Euphoria never ends. The series tackles some of the most mature issues teens encounter, such as mental health and teen drug abuse. Rather than glorifying and romanticizing these matters, Euphoria portrays them grimly and realistically.
Fans will be thrilled to learn that HBO has officially renewed Euphoria for a third season. It's time to celebrate with oodles of glitter. Nevertheless, we can't forget that high school eventually comes to an end. So, will Season 3 of Euphoria will it be the last?
People are wondering if the third season of 'Euphoria' will wrap up the series.
From the unbelievable cast — especially Zendaya, Hunter Schafer, Jacob Elordi, Alexa Demie, and Sydney Sweeney — to the sensitive and dark material, it's unsurprising that HBO has decided to grant the groundbreaking series a Season 3.
“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,” Executive Vice President of HBO Programming Francesca Orsi announced 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.“
Though this revelation is undoubtedly exciting, it's time to be a bit more realistic. Euphoria can't last forever. While Season 1 was airing in the summer of 2019, HBO Chief Content Officer Casey Bloys spoke with TV Line about the future of the series.
"Well, [the characters] are in high school, so there are only so many seasons it can go," he said of the series. "There’s a time limit."
Of course, the time limit refers to high school; once the 17-year-old characters somehow graduate high school (even though they barely study or go to class), Euphoria may be gone for good. But Casey Bloys added that he and series creator Sam Levinson had not figured out a definitive end date just yet.
"We’ll follow [Sam’s] lead on that," Casey expressed. "There is no set plan. But I don’t think you want 30-year-olds playing [high school students]."
What can we expect from 'Euphoria' Season 3?
Seeing as Season 2 of Euphoria premiered after a massive hiatus, the storylines heading into Season 3 remain a mystery. But, if it's anything like we have seen before in the series, then it's going to be a bumpy and unsettling journey.
With Rue relapsing after Jules leaves her at the train station, we can expect to see her reach new destructive levels as Season 2 continues to unfold. And since Rue's struggle with drug addiction is such a tremendous plot point of the series, we can safely assume that it'll carry over to Season 3.
New episodes of Euphoria air Sundays at 9 p.m. EST on HBO and HBO Max.