The actor performed Jules within the first season of the hit HBO present
Euphoria’s Hunter Schafer has spoken in regards to the destiny of the hit HBO sequence.
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The primary season of the present, which additionally starred Zendaya and Barbie Ferreira, aired earlier this yr and was executively produced by Drake.
Now, Schafer, who performed Jules in season one, has revealed the plans for Euphoria’s future. Explaining it will return for a season two however won’t proceed past that, the actor stated: “I think Sam [Levinson, creator] said he didn’t see it going on for too long logistically. The story this season followed a semester of school. Rue and Jules and most of the cast are juniors and so it’s like we maybe get two school years, or one more school year.”
She continued to inform Digital Spy: “The early adult years would be a different story. That’s another show maybe.”
In the meantime, the rating for Euphoria was launched digitally final week (October four), with a vinyl launch set to reach sooner or later. The rating was composed by Labrinth, who additionally appeared on the monitor ‘All For Us’ with Zendaya, which closed out the season.
The sequence additionally noticed songs by the likes of Beyoncé, Migos, Megan Thee Stallion, A$AP Ferg, and extra. BTS’ tune ‘Euphoria’ additionally featured within the remaining episode of season one, taking part in throughout a scene on the promenade.