Fans of 'Euphoria', there might not be too much longer to wait.
That's if everything goes to plan, at least. 'Euphoria' season two is due to begin filming later this spring, with the first episodes "hopefully" arriving at the very end of 2021.
The news comes from series creator Sam Levinson, who recently spoke about his plans for the series to IndieWire. He told the publication, "the goal is to release episodes this year, so that’s hopefully [what will happen]."
Filming of the Zendaya-led TV series is expected to begin on location in March, which is one year after it was originally due to begin filming.
For her role as Rue Bennett in the drama series, Zendaya became the youngest-ever person to win a lead actress Emmy last year. She managed to win against fellow nominees Jennifer Anniston, Olivia Colman, Sandra Oh, Laura Linney, and Jodie Comer.
On the back of her win, creator Sam Levinson managed to film two new 'Euphoria' specials which focused on the aftermath of the season one ending.
The first special, called 'Trouble Don't Last Always' followed the character of Rue, while the second entry focused on the character of Jules, played by Hunter Schafer. The second 'Euphoria' special arrives on Sky Atlantic this Monday evening, entitled 'Euphoria: F**k Anyone Who’s Not a Sea Blob'.
Levinson also worked with Zandaya on a new Netflix release, which will become available this February. 'Malcolm & Marie' is a seductive drama movie (read our review here) shot entirely in black and white and stars David Washington.
Catch 'Euphoria: F**k Anyone Who’s Not a Sea Blob' on Sky Atlantic tonight at 9 pm. The episode is also available on demand through the Sky Go app.