We all remember high school; it's a strange time for everyone, as we all go through a variety of different firsts in our lives: First real relationship, first time going to parties, and the list goes on.
There exists the classic "High School" genre in TV and movies, one that in many ways has become beyond parody at this point. However, some productions still look to break through that mold, and one such show is Euphoria on HBO.
Based on an Israeli miniseries of the same name, Euphoria follows a group of high school students as they navigate life and their experiences. The show deals with extremely heavy topics such as personal trauma, drug addiction, abuse, and issues with mental health, so much so that lead actress Zendaya felt compelled to issue a trigger warning prior to the second season's premiere.
Season two premiered on January 9th to record-breaking numbers, with Warner Media reporting that over 2.5 million people tuning in across HBO and HBO Max.
If you've been thinking about getting into Euphoria, here's everything you need to know about it and the new season.