“Euphoria,” surrealism and the ever-present high school drama
If it hadn’t already, HBO’s “Euphoria” undeniably ascended to cultural phenomenon status this season, reportedly having 6.6 million viewers across platforms on finale night. Each week, Twitter spotlighted floods of reactions to each episode. Memes range from gaudy outfits captioned “on my way to Euphoria High,” to comically asking where the teachers are, or what...trinitonian.com
'Euphoria': Sydney Sweeney Discusses Cassie's Journey and Hopes for Season 2
Ahead of its season finale, the HBO series found a fan in Leonardo DiCaprioand was renewed for a second season, which was met with jubilation from Sweeney. So, being able to do another season and come back together, and bring our stories back to life -- I cant wait!With season one behind us, Sweeney hopped on phone with ET to discuss the controversy faced by the show, Cassies journey and hopes for season two. I think that people are going to have different opinions on the show, whether they think it's controversial or they don't. I think that she has such a big journey and arc in just the first season alone. I was like, This is my school with all my friends.Cassies flashback episode came so late in the season.
'Euphoria' Star Sydney Sweeney Teases Cassie's Upcoming Episode (Exclusive)
In episode four, while upset with McKay, Cassie got high on ecstasy and made out with Daniel (Keean Johnson). By the end of the episode, Cassie is seen at home, crying and drinking wine. Sydney Sweeney as Cassie in 'Euphoria.' Cassies big episode also marks the penultimate episode for season one, which ends with episode eight on Aug. 4. On the red carpet, Sweeney explained how nervous she was to work alongside the Hollywood star.