Sam Levinson, creator of Euphoria, says the Show is prone to be filmed in 2021, with episodes releasing someday this year. Like many tasks in 2020, production on Euphoria season 2 was delayed. The Show was initially set to begin filming in March 2020 when the whole lot shut down. The primary season of the HBO Show aired in the summertime of 2019 and it seems to be like a similar trajectory was deliberate for the Show’s second season.
With filming delayed, though, it has remained an open query as to when the Zendaya-led Show will return. Sizzling off of her historic Emmy win for the series, Zendaya and Levinson labored on two special episodes for the series to air in between the seasons, the primary of which was centered round Zendaya’s character, Rue. The second, which premiered in January, adopted Rue’s love curiosity, Jules, performed by newcomer Hunter Schafer. Each episodes were filmed through the pandemic.
Now, Levinson has opened up about when the Show might return to screens. Levinson spoke to Indiewire’s Filmmaker Toolkit podcast in regards to the second season of the Show. He says that he hopes the Show will begin production in March 2021, a year after production was initially shut down. Levinson says he hopes “to Release episodes this year” but stays hesitant as as to if or not that is potential.
The return of Euphoria is extremely anticipated, especially after the 2 bubble episodes that Levinson produced through the pandemic. The Show’s first season ended on fairly a miserable note, with Rue relapsing after her plans to run away with Jules fell by. The special episodes explore the aftermath of that fallout, but some have mentioned that they fail to seize the magic of the Show’s first season. To be honest, it is onerous to take action when confined by pandemic related protocols.
The Show’s controversial first season adopted the lives of the series’ youngsters as they navigated high school life. That entails loads of partying and gathering collectively, one thing that’s onerous to do within the period of COVID. still, an increasing number of productions were capable of navigate pandemic-related protocols whereas still filming usually and that is one thing Levinson sounds fascinated about at the very least trying. His hesitancy, though, is worrying, and considering the truth that we’re still within the midst of a lethal surge in instances, there isn’t any telling when Euphoria season 2 might go into production.