Euphoria season 3 was announced in the middle of the second season, so fans only had to worry about how great the show was, not what would happen next.
In an official statement, Francesca Orsi, Vice President of HBO programming, said, “Sam, Zendaya, and the entire cast and crew of Euphoria have taken season two to extraordinary heights, challenging narrative conventions and form while keeping the show’s heart.”
“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 three.”
So, what’s in store for fans who want to go back to America’s best/worst high school? Will this season of Euphoria be the last?
Casey Bloys, HBO’s Chief Content Officer, has said that the problem with the sexy high school drama is that it doesn’t last very long.
Bloys said, “I don’t think you want 30-year-olds to play teenagers” (as reported by TVLine).
He also said what he thought would happen to Zendaya’s commitment to the show if her career took off. He said this:
“I’ll let [executive producer Sam Levinson and Zendaya] talk about that,”
Even though he talks about the show’s possible last episode, he is optimistic about its future.
Bloys said, “I’m very excited about what they have planned for Season 3.” “So I’ll let them decide. I will say that, in general, we trust them to take these characters where they want to go. So we’ll let the creative team show us how to move forward.”
We need more memes of Sydney Sweeney giving us plenty of Emmy-worthy moments, so we hope this isn’t the end.
Euphoria Season 3 Potential Release Date: When Will Euphoria Season 3 Air on Sky and HBO?
Even though we know it’s going to happen, season three of Euphoria doesn’t have a set release date yet.
Production problems with COVID-19 greatly slowed down the second season of Euphoria, but two special episodes helped make the long wait a little easier.
We hope that these problems won’t affect the show in the future, so season three should come out as soon as early 2023.
But Eric Dane, who plays Nate’s father Cal Jacobs on Grey’s Anatomy, has popped that optimistic bubble a little bit.
In an interview with Variety, the actor said that filming could start as early as November, but that didn’t mean that the series would start the following year.
Dane: “I just saw something that said 2024, which makes sense.
“I mean, we’ll probably go back and film again in November. I’m not sure. I don’t know. It will always be different.”