Over the past several decades, HBO has made a name for themselves by producing some of the most timeless television series to date. With a resume that includes iconic classics such as The Sopranos and The Wire, the incredibly successful network has been pushing the creative envelope for over twenty years now and has provided viewers with a wide array of entertainment year after year. HBO continues to be one of the most successful networks in all of Hollywood, and that is thanks to the new-age of original programming they have begun producing in the last few years that has resonated with fans tremendously. A prime example of that is the hit series Euphoria, and HBO has officially unveiled the trailer for the series’ highly anticipated second season.
Originally debuting in June of 2019, Euphoria stars Zendaya as a modern-day high school student as she attempts to navigate the murky waters that come with being a teen today. The series’ first season went over incredibly well with critics and fans alike both lauding the coming-of-age story present at the heart of Euphoria, and the COVID-19 pandemic certainly left them disappointed when it forced production on season two to be delayed. They have nothing to fret over however, with season two of the critically acclaimed series set to premiere next month and the official trailer for season two being unveiled by HBO this week. Reposted below, the trailer does an excellent job of highlighting the highs and lows, the lows especially, that are a part of being a teenager today as Zendaya and company try to make sense of it all one day at a time. It looks like the second season should be equally as exciting, and HBO subscribers can find out for themselves when season two of Euphoria premieres on January 9th.
Euphoria enters a long list of successful HBO original series that dates back to the 1990’s, putting itself in some pretty esteemed company. The merit is seemingly warranted however, with virtually everybody who has tuned in to watch the new series becoming fans almost instantaneously. For those who haven’t yet, you still have plenty of time to catch up before season two of Euphoria premieres on HBO next month.