What’s Next For The ‘Euphoria’ Cast?

‘Euphoria’ fans were recently greeted with the disappointing news of Season 3 delays. With the series’ standout stars, including Zendaya, Sydney Sweeney, Jacob Elordi and Aleza Demie now firmly entrenched in Hollywood, their schedules are jam-packed with exciting projects. While we await the green light for Euphoria’s return, the cast continues to shine in their burgeoning careers.

Let’s take a closer look at what’s on the horizon for the cast of ‘Euphoria’ and what they have in store.

Also Read: This is Why ‘Euphoria’ Season 3 is Delayed


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Before captivating audiences in roles like MJ in the ‘Spider-Man’ films alongside Tom Holland and as Anne Wheeler in ‘The Greatest Showman’, Zendaya first gained recognition as a Disney Channel star. However, it was her portrayal of Rue Bennett in HBO’s ‘Euphoria’ that truly propelled her to stardom.

Following the success of the series’ first season, Zendaya made history by becoming the youngest lead actress in a drama to win an Emmy. She repeated this feat in the second season, solidifying her status as the TV Academy’s youngest two-time winner in this category.

Since her portrayal of Rue Bennett, Zendaya has continued to captivate audiences and expand her acting repertoire. From reprising her role as MJ in the ‘Spider-Man films to starring in Malcolm & Marie and lending her voice to Lola Bunny in ‘Space Jam: A New Legacy,’ Zendaya’s versatility knows no bounds. She also played a significant role as Chani in Denis Villeneuve’s Dune and its sequel, Dune: Part Two. Upcoming projects for Zendaya include Luca Guadagnino’s Challengers, where she stars as Tashi, a former tennis pro turned coach.

Jacob Elordi

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Jacob Elordi initially rose to fame as the heartthrob Noah Flynn in ‘The Kissing Booth’ series, though he has since distanced himself from those films, describing them as more of an escape than anything else. However, his career took a significant turn with his portrayal of Nate in ‘Euphoria,’ which earned him more serious attention in the industry. This led to opportunities such as starring alongside Ben Affleck and Ana de Armas in the 2022 film ‘Deep Water.’

In 2023, Elordi further solidified his status with roles in two major films. He portrayed the King of Rock ‘n’ Roll in Sofia Coppola’s ‘Priscilla,’ a biopic based on Priscilla Presley’s biography, and starred in Emerald Fennell’s ‘Saltburn’ as Felix Catton. Elordi has a busy schedule ahead with six projects in the pipeline, including Prime Video’s miniseries ‘The Narrow Road to the Deep North’ and Guillermo del Toro’s upcoming film, where he will portray Frankenstein.

Sydney Sweeney

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Before her breakout role in ‘Euphoria,’ Sydney Sweeney appeared in various television shows with one-off roles. However, it was her portrayal of Cassie in ‘Euphoria”s first season that marked the beginning of her significant involvement in the series. In 2022, Sweeney received recognition with two Emmy nominations for her roles in ‘Euphoria’ and ‘The White Lotus.’

The past year has been particularly significant for Sweeney, with starring roles in HBO’s ‘Reality’ and ‘Anyone but You,’ the latter marking her debut as a producer under her banner Fifty-Fifty Films. Looking ahead, Sweeney’s upcoming projects include ‘Eden’ and ‘Echo Valley.’

Alexa Demie

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Alexa Demie portrays Maddy in ‘Euphoria,’ her most prominent role to date. While ‘Euphoria’ wasn’t her debut, it certainly propelled her into the spotlight. Since then, Demie has appeared in projects like ‘Waves and Mainstream,’ as well as music videos for The Neighbourhood and JSMN. While there are no known projects in the works for Demie at this time, fans can look forward to her return in ‘Euphoria’ Season 3.