‘Euphoria’ S3 eyes 2025 for release after WGA strike
Euphoria’s season 3 was pushed again to 2025 because the Writers Guild of America strike and creator Sam Levinson’s collaboration on the upcoming drama The Idol delayed the sequence.
During an interview with Deadline, HBO drama chief Francesca Orsi mentioned, “Euphoria’ is one of those that we had begun writing in tandem with post-production on ‘Idol’ but at this point, we don’t have countless scripts,” including, “We can’t start shooting, so the delivery of that show — ideally in 2025 — will be determined on when we can pick back up with Sam, who at this point is all pencils down and just finishing posts on Idol.”
Moreover, sequence costume designer Heidi Bivens additionally revealed to Vogue that “Euphoria” hoped to shoot this June and that the brand new season would see a potential time bounce, including, “There is talk of it being approximately five years in the future, and that they’re not in high school anymore. Dorothy’s not in Kansas anymore.”