HBO’s Euphoria Is Returning Way Sooner Than Expected


Euphoria made a splash in 2019 when it appeared on HBO, and HBO burned through no time in reestablishing the arrangement for a subsequent season. Tragically, all signs highlighted 2020 consummation with no new Euphoria content.

Presently, simply under a month after the Emmys upset that saw driving woman Zendaya bring home a prize, HBO reported that Euphoria is returning path sooner than anticipated. Indeed, new Euphoria is in transit before the year’s end. No compelling reason to stand by until 2021! 

Two extraordinary scenes of Euphoria are headed to HBO between the finish of Season 1 and the start of Season 2, and the main will debut on Sunday, December 6. It will follow Rue as she observes Christmas.

Arrangement maker Sam Levinson composed and coordinated the scene, which is classified “Inconvenience Don’t Last Always.” Fear the Walking Dead’s Colman Domingo, who showed up in Season 1 as a man recuperating from a substance misuse issue, will show up close by Zendaya in the scene. 

“Trouble Don’t Last Always” was delivered under COVID-19 rules, just like the subsequent scene. The second still can’t seem to get a debut date. Cutoff time announced back in September that Euphoria was hoping to start recording the second season from the get-go in 2021, and HBO president Casey Bloys affirmed at the time that there would be an “exceptional COVID scene.”


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