'Euphoria' season 2 (HBO Max): audience success, critics and the most acclaimed

Almost two and a half years after the end of the first season, ‘Euphoria’, the acclaimed fiction starring Zendaya in HBO Max, Has returned They are his second batch of episodes. Hunter Schafer, Nika King, Eric Dane, Angus Cloud, Jacob Elordi, Algee Smith, Sydney Sweeney, Alexa Demie, Barbie Ferreira, Maude Apatow, Javon Walton, Dominic Fike, Storm Reid and Austin Abrams are back to continue playing those tormented characters that have become so popular with lovers of dramatic fiction.

In Spain, the series has arrived this Monday, January 10, setting the first day of the week as the chosen one to enjoy a new delivery until completing the total of eight. And although the wait has been too long, it seems that the loyal fans have not forgotten about ‘Euphoria’ and have supported its premiere. So much so that a day before, on Sunday 9, the date on which it was launched in the United States, the platform fell to the avalanche of reproductions.

Overwhelming success

And it is not surprising because as the platform reports and collects Deadline, the new episode of “Euphoria” drew 2.4 million digital viewers on Sunday, nine times more than the first season. In this way he has become the best digital debut of content from the transformation from HBO to HBO Max.

Not only does the data reveal the success of the fiction, the network is flooded with extremely good ratings by viewers who comment on their impressions of the content they see on the small screen in their profiles. As a first conclusion, the fiction created, written and directed by Sam Levinson still causing a sensation and getting A’s.

In ‘Euphoria’ there is no censorship

And the truth is that ‘Euphoria’ has returned with the same force with which it left. In this series there is no censorship and everything is shown as the characters live it. There are nudes, sex, drugs, fights, but those who see beyond these issues, somewhat scandalous for some, are the feelings, the search for identity, survival in difficult situations, friendship or loyalty. This project has already shown that it is not made for all audiences because it breaks all barriers in the industry.

Without any doubt, this television show continues to represent a brutal global social advance for the new generations, but also for the more conservative adult public, since sexuality, race, religion, economy or any other aspect susceptible to discrimination, takes a back seat, normalizing differences and converting them into just one more element.


From here you will find ‘spoilers’ of the first episode, but it is impossible to refer to the first episode of this second season without talking about the A stir that Fezco, the character played by Angus Cloud, is generating. As it is being demonstrated, his approach with Lexi, Cassie’s younger sister and his subsequent beating of Nate, is what he has liked the most.

HBO Max makes a new episode available to its subscribers every Monday.

Trailer of the second season of ‘Euphoria’

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