Euphoria Season 2 released Date:
There has always been months of flaws, but you do not need to encounter an angsty pit of grief because it appears the series is gearing up to eventually begin filming Season two. According to a casting call from February 2021, manufacturing is scheduled to start on April 5. So, with all the series shooting this spring, it appears possible that we will see new episodes hitting HBO sometime in late 2021 or early 2022.
About Euphoria Season
In ancient 2020, the show set a casting telephone to get a couple of brand new characters. Right now, there is no word on who landed some of the following functions, but here is who they’re trying to fulfill, which Provides a little insight to what is coming next year:
“Darian: Male. 18+ to play 17. Any ethnicity. An outsider. Sensitive. Vulnerable. Mischievous. Could struggle with addiction. Definitely not the cool kid at school but one of the more interesting kids.”
“Ray: Male. 18+ to play 17. Any ethnicity. Attractive in a real and accessible way. Working class. Pure heart. Might be going nowhere in life but has a smile so genuine it’s not depressing. Scrappy but a fighter. Not verbose or educated—has all the words he needs.”
“Ami: Female. 18-20s. Drug addict. Stripper. Hates her boyfriend. Talks shit. Can’t read a room. Can make a bad situation worse.”
“Serena: Female. 50s+, Caucasian. Sassy and tough. A real character. The kind of woman who partied her whole life and attended every Whitesnake concert and now she has several different hustles just to make a living.”
According to Collider, one new addition has been confirmed: Kelvin Harrison Jr. It’s unclear who the rising actor is set to play—be it one of the roles above or someone else entirely—but given he’s got a few other A24 roles under his belt (Waves, It Comes At Night) and appeared in showrunner Sam Levinson’s Assassination Nation, it seems like he’ll fit right in.
More recently, another casting call went out for Euphoria Season 2 in February 2021. A couple other new characters include Jamieson and Bruce. Jamieson is even set to be a lead, and they’re described as a “mischievous, funny, unafraid, sensitive” teenage boy or non-binary person who is also an “outsider who might have a drug problem.” As for Bruce, he’s said to be a recurring character in his 30-50s and a “hot-headed man on probation with a history of crime.” Again, there’s no word on who will be taking on these roles yet, but with the larger cast, it sounds like Euphoria is expanding its world even more so.