From teenage drug addicts to sexual predators and nonconsensual-sex tapes, HBO's Drake-produced teen drama Euphoria doesn't shy away from showing the bleaker side to Generation Z — and plenty of full-frontal male nudity.


The series follows 17-year-old drug-addict Rue Bennett (played by Spider-Man: Far From Home's Zendaya) who was found overdosed in her bedroom by her sister Gia (Storm Reid) and who returns from rehab just as the show begins.

How to watch Euphoria

The teen series is on NOW TV (watch with a 7-day free trial).

You can also watch Euphoria on HBO on Amazon for $14.99 a month after a seven day free trial.

If you're in the USA Hulu also has the series.

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Is Euphoria on Netflix?

Sorry, no Euphoria isn't on Netflix, but you have NOW TV and Amazon as options.

What is Euphoria about?

The series follows a complex group of teen characters, each of whom seems to be concealing something, from others or themselves, and who are all attempting to navigate high school.

Rue, a teen drug addict whose stint in rehab has only taught her how better to hide her addiction, is the show's protagonist and narrator. She the other main characters: her new best friend, young trans woman Jules Vaughn; Nate, a repressed 'popular' boy; and Kat, who is leading a double-life online.

Who stars in Euphoria?

Spider-Man: Far From Home's Zendaya leads the young cast as protagonist Rue Bennett. You may also recognise the former Disney star from her role as a trapeze artist in The Greatest Showman.

Also joining the cast are transgender actress Hunter Schafer as Jules; The Kissing Booth's Jacob Elordi as Nate; and influencer model Barbie Ferreira as Kat.

Is there a trailer for Euphoria?

... and you can check out the scene breakdown of that moment below.

Watch Euphoria on NOW TV with a 7-day free trial


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