Euphoria: HBO Orders High School Drama Starring Zendaya To Series

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Euphoria: HBO Orders High School Drama Starring Zendaya To Series

Euphoria: HBO orders high school drama starring Zendaya to series

HBO has officially picked up high school drama Euphoria for a full series order with Canadian rapper Drake and his manager Future the Prince executive producing, according to Variety.

The series, which is based on an Israeli series of the same name, will follow a group of high school students as they struggle to move through the worlds of drugs, sex, identity, trauma, social media, love and friendship. It features an ensemble cast that includes Zendaya (Spider-Man: Homecoming) in the lead role of Rue. Also starring in the series are Maude Apatow (This is 40), Brian “Astro” Bradley (Red Band Society), Eric Dane (The Last Ship), Barbie Ferreira, Storm Reid (A Wrinkle in Time) and Sydney Sweeney (Sharp Objects).

Zendaya also released a teaser for the series via her Twitter account, which can be viewed below!

Euphoria, which is being developed for and written for HBO by Sam Levinson (Assassination Nation), is also produced by indie production company A24, who delivered last year’s acclaimed Amazon series, Comrade Detective.

The original series that HBO’s Euphoria is based on ran for just 10 episodes from 2012 to 2013.