Euphoria

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  • TV-MA
  • 2019
  • 2 Seasons
  • 8.4  (84,987)

In the drama series Euphoria, a teenage drug addict navigates a world of potentially life-threatening problems. She leaves rehab and returns to her old ways. Her friends and the other people around her have their own problems, too. The series debuted on HBO. It faced criticism for its unseemly depictions of teens. Rue is a teenager who is bored and impatient, and she's struggling with the demands of adolescence. She's been diagnosed (and maybe misdiagnosed) with various undisclosed mental illnesses, and she's been medicated. But in her ongoing quest for happiness, she makes bad decisions involving sex and drugs. The same goes for all the other teens around Rue. The various other characters allow the series to explore issues of gender identity, violence, and other edgy topics. The series is loosely based on an Israeli series of the same name. The two series differ, however, in that the Israeli series is set in the 90s, while the American series is set in 2019. The series debuted to mixed reviews from critics. Some critics praised the performances of the cast and the way in which the series tackled hot button issues in a frank, edgy way. Other critics were less positive. These critics argued that the series tried too hard to be shocking and edgy. The American series debuted on HBO in the summer of 2019. Its 8-episode first season concluded in August of that year. In July 2019, HBO announced that it had renewed the series for a second season.

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Ruminations: Big and Little Bullys
3. Ruminations: Big and Little Bullys
January 23, 2022
Rue pursues a new business venture as she helps forge a friendship between Jules and Elliot. Cassie settles into a routine, while Lexi pours herself into mounting a school play. Maddy considers getting back together with Nate, and Cal finds a target.
Out of Touch
2. Out of Touch
January 16, 2022
As the semester kicks off, Jules questions Rue and Elliot's new friendship. While Cal hunts for answers, Nate makes a tough decision. The lines between fantasy and reality begin to blur as Kat ponders her relationship, and Maddy contemplates the decision to end hers.
Trying to Get to Heaven Before They Close the Door
1. Trying to Get to Heaven Before They Close the Door
January 9, 2022
Rue and Jules cross paths for the first time since Christmas as East Highland rings in the new year.
Euphoria
Euphoria

Trailer - 2 min 25 sec

Hunter Schafer On Jules Vaughn
Hunter Schafer On Jules Vaughn

Behind the Scenes - 2 min 58 sec

Jacob Elordi On Nate
Jacob Elordi On Nate

Behind the Scenes - 3 min 26 sec

All For The Style
All For The Style

Trailer - 1 min 40 sec

Description

In the drama series Euphoria, a teenage drug addict navigates a world of potentially life-threatening problems. She leaves rehab and returns to her old ways. Her friends and the other people around her have their own problems, too. The series debuted on HBO. It faced criticism for its unseemly depictions of teens.

Rue is a teenager who is bored and impatient, and she's struggling with the demands of adolescence. She's been diagnosed (and maybe misdiagnosed) with various undisclosed mental illnesses, and she's been medicated. But in her ongoing quest for happiness, she makes bad decisions involving sex and drugs.

The same goes for all the other teens around Rue. The various other characters allow the series to explore issues of gender identity, violence, and other edgy topics.

The series is loosely based on an Israeli series of the same name. The two series differ, however, in that the Israeli series is set in the 90s, while the American series is set in 2019.

The series debuted to mixed reviews from critics. Some critics praised the performances of the cast and the way in which the series tackled hot button issues in a frank, edgy way. Other critics were less positive. These critics argued that the series tried too hard to be shocking and edgy.

The American series debuted on HBO in the summer of 2019. Its 8-episode first season concluded in August of that year. In July 2019, HBO announced that it had renewed the series for a second season.

Euphoria is a series that is currently running and has 2 seasons (13 episodes). The series first aired on June 16, 2019.

Where to Watch Euphoria

Euphoria is available for streaming on the HBO website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Euphoria on demand at Amazon, Hulu, HBO NOW, Vudu, Sling, Google Play, Apple TV and HBO Max.

  • Premiere Date
    June 16, 2019
  • IMDB Rating
    8.4  (84,987)