HBO has declared their decision to renew the drama series 'Euphoria' for a subsequent second season. “Euphoria creator Sam Levinson has built an incredible world with an extraordinary cast led by the supremely talented Zendaya. We are so grateful that he chose HBO as the home for this groundbreaking series,” said Francesca Orsi, EVP, HBO Programming. “We look forward to following these complex characters as their journeys continue through the challenging world they inhabit,” added Orsi. Euphoria puts a new turn on the transitioning story, investigating the adolescent scene of substance-upgraded gatherings and nervousness ridden everyday existence with sympathy and authenticity.
The drama series pursues 17-year-old Rue Bennett (Zendaya), a young teen who's attempting to comprehend her future. Her life changes drastically when she meets Jules Vaughn (Hunter Schafer), a girl who as of late moved to town following her folks' separation, and like Rue is looking for where she has a place. A foreign media oulet hailed Euphoria as "limit pushing, genuine and especially acknowledged," while Variety adulated the arrangement as having an “boundary-pushing, real and exceptionally realized.”
Another international media outlet termed the drama series as “lusciously shot,” and getting “more and more jaw-dropping and gorgeous as it goes on.” Indiewire noted “Zendaya is exceptional at every turn,” and Rolling Stone praised the direction as “visually striking throughout, full of moments lit to look both menacing and intoxicating.” As an American adaptation of the Israeli show of the same name, "Euphoria" follows the troubled life of 17-year-old Rue, as well as a group of fellow teenagers in her neighborhood who are all going through their own problems as they tackle being a teen.