“Euphoria” Season 3 Gets Hit With Another Delay, Scripts Are Still Being Written

Zendaya in
Zendaya in "Euphoria"

Season 3 of Euphoria has been in development for quite some time, and we’ll have to wait for it longer than expected. HBO recently addressed the reports that the third season was scrapped, revealing it’s been delayed again because the scripts are still being written.

Rumors about the potential ending of Euphoria started circling online in the past few days, and HBO was quick to address them. They released an official statement saying they “remain committed to making an exceptional third season”, while also allowing the cast to pursue other projects in the interim.

This is the cause for concern given the show’s high school setting and the busy schedules of its star-studded cast. Zendaya, Jacob Elordi, Sydney Sweeney, and Hunter Schafer all found success with other projects since Season 2 wrapped up, while Colman Domingo even received an Oscar nod for his recent performance in Rustin.

Season 3 will also be overshadowed by the absence of two main cast stars – the late Angus Cloud who passed away last year, and Barbie Ferreira who left the show after Season 2. Maude Apatow, Alexa Demie, Eric Dane, Nika King, and Storm Reid also starred in the previous two seasons.

The future of Euphoria will remain in limbo while its creator Sam Levinson works on the scripts, but HBO is still staying committed to the 2025 release date for Season 3.