In the second trailer for ‘Euphoria,’ Zendaya deals with love, loss, and addiction.
In the new Euphoria season two teaser, Zendaya‘s Rue seems to be in much more difficulty than before.
The two-and-a-half-minute video begins with Rue attending what seems to be a Narcotics Anonymous meeting, bringing baggage with her everywhere.
Her sponsor, Colman Domingo’s Ali, whom fans met in Rue’s January 2020 Christmas special, is seated in the front row.
“When I initially met her, I was simply instantly in love,” Rue adds, amid pictures of Hunter Schafer’s Jules, Rue’s season one lover and other addiction.
“As soon as I saw her, I was terrified of losing her.”
The trailer continues to demonstrate that the drama Euphoria is known for is not going away anytime soon, with Rue finding a new person to supply her with drugs and latch onto; Rue possibly becoming a drug dealer herself; a new relationship developing between Sydney Sweeney’s Cassie and Jacob Elordi’s Nate; and more fights between Rue and her mother (Nika King).
“Amidst the interweaving lives in the community of East Highland, 17-year-old Rue must find hope while managing the strains of love, grief, and addiction,” according to the official synopsis of Euphoria season two.
Levinson drew inspiration for the characters in the famous HBO programme from his own experiences.
“I just feel like there’s such a mismatch between what young people are going through and what everyone else believes they’re going through,” he previously told The Hollywood Reporter about his inspiration for the film.
“We didn’t want to hold back.
We didn’t want to give the impression that we were withholding or concealing anything.”
There are a lot of people who will be on the show all the time this season, including Zendaya, Schafer, King, Elordi, and Sweeney. HBO says that there are also a lot of people who will be on the show all the time: Eric Dane, Angus Cloud, Alexa Demie, Barbie Ferreira, Maude Apatow, Javon Walton, Storm Reid, and Austin Abrams.
Season two of Euphoria premieres on HBO on Jan. 9 and will run every Sunday at 9 p.m. ET and 6 p.m. PT for the next seven weeks.
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