Zendaya and the cast of the hit TV series "Euphoria" have left fans excited after teasing their return in 2024. In a new video clip shared on social media, the actress and her co-stars offer a glimpse into the highly anticipated return of the show.
The video, posted as a "short" on platforms like YouTube and Instagram, quickly grabbed the attention of fans. With the caption, "Election day 2024," the clip features Zendaya as she walks towards a voting booth. Alongside her are the rest of the cast, including Maude Apatow, Storm Reid, Algee Smith, Hunter Schafer, and Barbie Ferreira.
As the video progresses, each cast member takes their turn approaching the voting booth. In a playful manner, they tease the audience by acting out exaggerated reactions to the voting process. All the while, the camera pans to a countdown timer on a nearby screen, noting that the next episode will be released in 2024.
While the clip is only a few seconds long, it has sparked excitement among fans who have been eagerly awaiting the show's return. "Euphoria," which first premiered in 2019, quickly gained a dedicated fan base and critical acclaim for its portrayal of a group of high school students dealing with various social and personal issues.
Zendaya, who plays the lead character Rue Bennett, won an Emmy for her performance in the show's first season. Her portrayal of a troubled teenager struggling with addiction captivated audiences and solidified her as a talented actress.
The announcement of "Euphoria's" return in 2024 comes as welcome news for fans who have been patiently waiting for the second season. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, production for the show's sophomore season was put on hold, leaving viewers eager for more.
The tease of the 2024 return suggests that fans will have to wait a while longer to see how the characters' stories unfold. The video clip serves as a reminder that the show is still in the works and that the cast is excited to continue telling their characters' stories.