Everything We Know About “Euphoria” Season 3

Euphoria will officially return for a third season. HBO has confirmed that the Zendaya led series has been a resounding success, the hype of its second installment helped HBO to finalize the arrival of a third season. So we will have more of the stories of Rue, Jules, Maddy, Cassie, Lexi, Fez and other characters that accompanied us every Sunday with their weekly episodes.

It’s no surprise that the series created by Sam Levinson has been renewed for a new season. Euphoria has doubled, with more than 14 million viewers, its own numbers regarding its first installment and the Warner Media company itself has highlighted that the first episode of its second season was more commented on networks than the end of Game of Thrones

When does Euphoria Season 3 premiere?

It is still early to know for sure the premiere of the third season of Euphoria. As soon as the second installment is over, this February 27, we can say that there is a long way to go and although the first seasons were separated by three years, with two intermediate specials in December 2020, we could be optimistic and think that we will have news early 2023.

Who will return for the third season of Euphoria?

Led by Zendaya as Rue, in this third season we will finally see the outcome of Jules (Hunter Schafer), Lexi (Maude Apatow), Maddy (Alexa Demie) Cassie (Sydney Sweeney) and, of course, Nate (Jacob Elordi). We will have to wait and see what other characters come back and what new ones will be part of the hit series.

What can we expect from Euphoria Season 3?

Lexi’s play hit several of her friends and her recent relationship with Fez has surprised more than one, letting us see a little light in the world full of excesses and devastation where both. On the other hand, Nate and Cassie’s relationship hangs in the balance as does Cassie’s relationship with Maddy, making this love triangle something worth seeing in the third installment.

And, if we talk about lives on the edge and things that hang by a thread, we must mention the ending with which Rue was left after the last chapters of the second installment, where nobody, not even in the rehabilitation centers, wants to welcome her as her addiction increases more and more.

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