Euphoria Season Two Sets Trends, Continues To Cover Heavy Topics
The long awaited season two of “Euphoria” is finally here, and the show is more intriguing than ever.
Zendaya’s Warning to Fans
With visually illuminating scenes, unique outfits, and the return of rebel characters, the show covers incredibly heavy topics that may be hard for viewers to watch.
On Sunday, January 11 before the show premiered, Zendaya posted a content warning which read:
“I know I’ve said this before, but I do want to reiterate to everyone that Euphoria is for mature audiences. This season, maybe more than last, is deeply emotional and deals with subject matter that can be difficult to watch. Please only watch it if you feel comfortable. Take care of yourself and know that either way you are still loved and I can still feel your support. All my love, Daya.”
The post gained positive responses from friends, colleagues and viewers of the show.
Actors and Their Characters
In this season, we see the return of fan-favorite actors, including Sydney Sweeney, Jacob Elordi, Alexa Demi, Hunter Schafer, Angus Cloud, and many more. For several of the actors, starring in “Euphoria” is their best-known role, but the show has helped them gain traction in the acting world.
Since the show’s premiere two and a half years ago, viewers can see progression in maturity in different characters. This is noticeable through the actor’s performances and their character’s outfits.
Building on the topics covered in the first season, season two addresses identity, love and pain. While these topics may be heavy, they are also relatable to many students going through high school and college.
Euphoria is Trending
The content is important to viewers growing up and learning to be more mature. Euphoria also sets several trends. Since the show’s premiere, scrolling through #Euphoria on social media can be a captivating experience. Fans can find makeup artists putting their talents to the test as they create their own wild eye makeup inspired by the show, or influencer’s wearing similar iconic outfits from the show – like Maddy Perez’s cut-out flare pants from the carnival scene in season one. With season two following similar style choices, it is likely that viewers will see more Euphoria-inspired looks as the year progresses.
“Euphoria” season two can be watched on HBO Max.