Why ‘Euphoria’ Took the Special Episode Route After Covid Shutdown

Why ‘Euphoria’ Took the Special Episode Route After Covid Shutdown
Coming off a whoosh of buzz for its first season (plus a history-making Emmy win for lead actress Zendaya), “Euphoria” seemed primed to become one of the chief watercooler players going into a second season due to its provocative and frank look at teenage life. And then just as the makers of the HBO drama were in the process of beginning their awaited sophomore year, they were completely shut down by a little pandemic virus that we’ve all learned makes TV production awfully difficult.

“We didn’t really have a choice, so we had to regroup and come up with something,” says Marcell Rév, who has served as cinematographer of “Euphoria” for several episodes, including its pilot. “[Creator and director] Sam Levinson then decided to write something that we might be able to do actually do. And I got more confident, and a lot of what we did informed our work after it.
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