Is Season 3 of Euphoria Happening? Storm Reid, an actor, makes hints

Fans of Euphoria, the popular series on HBO, are awaiting the news on the fate of their favorite characters with great anticipation for the next third season. Nevertheless, Sam Levinson was able to revise the screenplays since shooting for the same project was paused. Storm Reid, who portrayed Zendaya’s sister in the series, made a suggestion about the show’s potential comeback a few days after rumors circulated that the screenplay for season 3 was still in the works.

Speaking to E! News at the Challengers premiere on April 16, Storm Reid said, “We’re on pause right now, but we’re anxious to get back.” “If it’s meant to be, we’ll be back soon and give the audience what they deserve and want,” she said. Hopefully, we’ll return.

Praying for her co-star Zendaya, Storm went on to say that she feels happy every time her partner’s outfit of the day from the Challengers press tour shows up on her page. She said, “I follow her, I follow her stylist, I follow people close to her,” referring to herself as a fan of the Dune actress. “In that regard, I remain a fangirl.”

Returning to Euphoria, whose most recent season aired more than two years ago. The cast of the show, which included Storm Reid, Colman Domingo, Jacob Elordi of Saltburn fame, Zendaya, actor Sydney Sweeney from Anyone But You, and Storm Reid, among others, soared to stardom as soon as it was released. As fans eagerly awaited the release of the third season, HBO said that the difficulty in scheduling these very busy performers was the reason for the production delay.

However, Variety reported in March of this year that “HBO and Sam Levinson remain committed to making an exceptional third season,” according to the show’s creators. We are letting our highly sought-after cast members take advantage of other chances in the meantime.

Ron Leshem’s Euphoria was the recipient of nine Primetime Emmy Awards, in addition to several other honors. Under Zendaya’s direction, the program tackles a variety of issues that high school kids struggle with on a daily basis, including mental health, dating violence, addiction, drug misuse, sexual identity, adolescent sex, hookup culture, and self-harm.

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