Season 2 Of Euphoria Is Brutal, According To The Showrunner

According to creator and showrunner Sam Levinson, Season 2 of Euphoria is terrible

Season 1 of HBO’s Emmy Award-winning drama premiered in the summer of 2019 and rapidly became popular due to its honest and boundary-pushing depiction of teen relationships, mental health difficulties, sex, drugs, and other pitfalls.

Euphoria follows Rue (Zendaya), a recovered drug addict who befriends a new student at school, Jules, a transgender girl (Hunter Schafer).

Jacob Elordi, Maude Apatow, Alexa Demie, Barbie Ferreira, and Sydney Sweeney play supporting roles.

Meanwhile, Levinson created two special episodes of the show with a limited cast and limited settings (while also writing and directing the Netflix film Malcolm & Marie starring Zendaya and John David Washington).

In the aftermath of season 1’s heartbreaking finale, the first special episode focused on Zendaya’s Rue and the second on Hunter Schafer’s Jules, previewing each character’s backstory.

Season 2 Of Euphoria Is Brutal, According To The Showrunner

Season 2 Of Euphoria Is Brutal, According To The Showrunner