‘Euphoria’ Season 3 – Cast, News, Premiere Date, and Plot

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Season 2 of Euphoria is nowhere near finished, but is that going to stop us die-hard fans from already wondering if there’s going to be a season 3? Absolutely not! Do I want a never-ending supply of bingeable teen drama and neon makeup looks injected directly into my veins? You better believe it! And can you blame me?! The show is so freakin’ good!

Considering how well season 1 did and the anticipation that built for season 2, doing a third season kinda feels like a no-brainer, right? Here’s what we know.

What are the odds of a season 3?

HBO just confirmed that Euphoria season 3 is, in fact, happening. Sound the alarm! Alert the media! Grab your glitter eyeshadow!

Season 2 hasn’t finished airing yet and won’t for a couple of weeks, so where exactly we’ll be left story-wise heading into a potential season 3 is still a total mystery. But if it’s anything like we’ve seen so far, it’s going to be one hell of a ride. With Rue’s struggles with drug addiction being a major plot point of the show, it’s safe to say it’ll carry over to season 3 too, if it happens.

Who will come back if we get a season 3?

As for which Euphoria cast members would come back for a third season, for now we can assume it’ll be all the usual suspects: Zendaya, Hunter Schafer, Sydney Sweeney, Jacob Elordi, Alexa Demie, and Storm Reid. But season 2 is also bringing us some fresh faces, like Waves star Kelvin Harrison Jr., so it’d make sense if we see them in season 3 too.

When could we get more episodes?

If you’re hoping to mark your calendar with a potential release date, you may have to wait a minute ’cause pinning down when a third season would premiere is just a teensy bit hard. Season 1 came out way back in June 2019, meaning it took more than TWO YEARS for season 2 to come out (we’ve got Miss ’Rona to thank for the delay). So barring another unexpected, production-stopping world event (you better have all your fingers crossed!!), a third season should hopefully come out much, much sooner. Just say a little prayer to the HBO gods and hope for the best!

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