Euphoria Season 2: Zendaya Shares A Disclaimer For Fans

Euphoria Season 2: Zendaya Shares A Disclaimer For Fans

On the occasion of the release of Euphoria 2, Zendaya shared a major disclaimer on the teen drama, speaking to her younger followers.

The highly anticipated second season of Euphoria has arrived with its first episode on HBO, and the protagonist Zendaya has released a disclaimer on the series before its debut. In fact, the actress wanted to share a warning, which is aimed in particular at the youngest fans of the teen drama.

The sensitive issues dealt with in the show are in fact dedicated to a more mature audience, as Zendaya specifies when talking about season 2 of Euphoria. Her advice is to pay attention to the viewing, as these new episodes are stronger than the previous ones, and could hurt the sensibility of some people. Here’s what she wrote to her 121 million followers:

“I know I’ve said that before, but I want to reiterate to everyone that Euphoria is for a mature audience. This season, perhaps even more so than the previous one, is deeply emotional and deals with topics that can be difficult to watch. Please only watch it if you feel comfortable. Take care of yourself and know that in any case you are loved and I feel your support. All my love, Daya.”

In fact, Euphoria addresses difficult issues such as narcotics addiction, depression and sexual violence. Zendaya plays Rue in the series, alongside Hunter Schafer, Sydney Sweeney, Alexa Demi, Maude Apatow, Jacob Elordi, Austin Abrams, Angus Cloud, Colman Domingo, Eric Dane and newcomer Dominic Fike. In the series, all the characters face a path full of obstacles and dramatic situations, which make Euphoria a product not suitable for all ages and all sensitivities.

Recently, in an interview with Teen Vogue, Zendaya talked about the new season, saying, “It’s very personal, not just for us and all the people who work there, but also for other people who have been able to connect. so deeply to the characters or see their experiences reflected through Rue. I think this season won’t be easy though. It won’t be fun, I don’t think. Maybe just sometimes.”

Production of the new episodes had started in early March 2020, but shortly thereafter the car had to stop due to the coronavirus. On the occasion of the 2020 Emmy Awards, HBO president Casey Bloys had stated that filming would resume in early 2021.



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