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Scripts, pix, analysis and more! Here's what we have on the HBO series "Euphoria".

HBO TV Series 2019 - CURRENTDrama, Teen TV Shows


Information is topical as of 05/07/2021


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Notable Cast
ZendayaZendaya...Rue Bennett
Sydney SweeneySydney Sweeney...Cassie Howard
Maude ApatowMaude Apatow...Lexi Howard
Angus CloudAngus Cloud...Fezco
Eric DaneEric Dane...Cal Jacobs
Alexa DemieAlexa Demie...Maddy Perez
Jacob ElordiJacob Elordi...Nate Jacobs
Barbie FerreiraBarbie Ferreira...Kat Hernandez
Nika KingNika King...Leslie Bennett
Storm ReidStorm Reid...Gia Bennett
Hunter SchaferHunter Schafer...Jules Vaughn
Algee SmithAlgee Smith...Chris McKay
John AlesJohn Ales...David
Javon 'Wanna' WaltonJavon 'Wanna' Walton...Ashtray
Alanna UbachAlanna Ubach...Suze
Austin AbramsAustin Abrams...Ethan
Keean JohnsonKeean Johnson...Daniel
Paula MarshallPaula Marshall...Marsha
Sophia Rose WilsonSophia Rose Wilson...BB
Colman DomingoColman Domingo...Ali
Lukas GageLukas Gage...Tyler
Mercedes ColonMercedes Colon...Kat's Mom
Tyler TimmonsTyler Timmons...Troy
Zak SteinerZak Steiner...Aaron Jacobs
Tyler ChaseTyler Chase...Custer
Tristan TimmonsTristan Timmons...Roy


Notable Wins
Zendaya...Outstanding Actress, Drama Series
Zendaya...Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series
Tara Lang, Doniella Davy, Kirsten Coleman...Outstanding Contemporary Makeup
For episode 'And Salt The Earth Behind You'
Labrinth...Outstanding Original Music and Lyrics
For the song 'All For Us'


Additional Content
Cast Photos...IMDb
Box Office...IMDb Pro
Poster...Official Site
Awards...Black Reel Awards for Television
Awards...72nd Primetime Emmy Awards

Analysis & Scripts

Special Episode: JULES

RELEASE YEAR: 2021 | "F**k Anyone Who's Not a Sea Blob - Part 2: Jules"

Part 2 of 2. Over the Christmas holiday, Jules reflects on the year.

(real scripts and transcripts both available. look for the TELEPLAY button)


Special Episode: RUE

RELEASE YEAR: 2020 | "Trouble Don't Last Always - Part 1: Rue"

Part 1 of 2. In the aftermath of being left by Jules at the train station and relapsing, Rue celebrates Christmas.

(real scripts and transcripts both available. look for the TELEPLAY button)


Season 1


Discover the darker side of high school in the drama about teenagers navigating love and friendships in a world of drugs, sex, trauma and social media.

(real scripts and transcripts both available. look for the TELEPLAY button)



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