HBO's Euphoria Is Coming Back For Two Special Episodes, See A Teaser Image Here
The HBO drama starring Zendaya is coming back, and it will debut relatively soon.
HBO's drama series Euphoria, which stars Zendaya, is coming back. The network has confirmed that two additional episodes are on the way, one of which is set during Christmas. However, these appear to be one-off episodes and not the start of a Season 2 properly.
The first of the new episodes will air on Sunday, December 6, and it will be available on HBO and to stream through HBO Max. This episode is titled "Trouble Don't Last Always" and it picks up with Zendaya's Rue celebrating Christmas while dealing with a recent relapse. The episode was written and directed by Euphoria creator Sam Levinson, and it also features Colman Domingo, but that's all HBO had to say. The network did, however, release a teaser image for the episode; check it out below.
The second episode remains more of a mystery--HBO will announce its title and release date at some point later on. The network also confirmed that the episodes were film in adherence with COVID-19 safety guidelines.
Euphoria made a splash when it premiered in 2019, with critics celebrating Zendaya's performance in particular. Zendaya recently earned an Emmy award for Outstanding Lead Actress In A Drama Series for it, and this was one of three Emmy wins that the show notched at the awards show.
In addition to these special episodes of Euphoria, Levinson and Zendaya teamed up again for a movie that was filmed in secret and recently sold to Netflix for $30 million.
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