Everything We Know About ‘Euphoria’ Season 3

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Starring two-time Emmy winner Zendaya, the acclaimed teen drama “Euphoria” is a mega-hit for HBO. It’s currently the third-most-watched series for the premium cabler, with an average of 16.3 million viewers. Now, over a year after its Season 3 renewal, we’re learning more about when to expect the highly-anticipated continuation. Looking to find the latest about the upcoming season? Here’s what we know about “Euphoria” Season 3—including casting opportunities and more. 



Who is joining “Euphoria” Season 3?

According to production, Season 3 will pick up where Season 2 left off, and fans can expect most of the all-star ensemble to return. Hunter Schafer (Jules), Jacob Elordi (Nate), Alexa Demie (Maddy), Algee Smith (Chris), Sydney Sweeney (Cassie), Maude Apatow (Lexi), Storm Reid (Gia), Nika King (Leslie), Austin Abrams (Ethan), Colman Domingo (Ali), and Dominic Fike (Elliot) are all returning alongside Zendaya (Rue) in the upcoming season. 

However, Kat's portrayer Barbie Ferreira announced in August 2022 that she would not return for Season 3. She broke the news via Instagram, writing, “After four years of getting to embody the most special and enigmatic character Kat, I'm having to say a very teary-eyed goodbye."

Other featured actors in the series include Javon “Wanna” Walton (Ashtray), Eric Dane (Cal), Alanna Ubach (Suze), Paula Marshall (Marsha), John Ales (David), Tyler Chase (Custer), and Chloe Cherry (Faye).


Where can you find “Euphoria” Season 3 casting calls?

The hit HBO series previously used Backstage to cast both lead and background roles for Season 2. It's possible they will cast with us again when production picks up for Season 3. In the meantime, you can always check out our roundup of background gigs looking for talent or our list of HBO and other big streamers casting now. 

Along with those resources, you can find expert tips and other audition advice for getting cast on “Euphoria” in our go-to guide


When is “Euphoria” Season 3 premiering?

As of now, “Euphoria” hasn’t announced a Season 3 premiere date, and unfortunately, it appears the third season will be coming later than anticipated.

In a recent Vogue feature with Apatow, who is spending her off-season playing Audrey in Off-Broadway’s “Little Shop of Horrors,” the actor revealed she hasn’t seen a script yet for Season 3 and that filming isn’t scheduled to begin until the “latter half of 2023.” 

“I honestly don’t know a single thing,” Apatow told Vogue. “We should be getting scripts and hearing about next season soon-ish, but I’m totally in the dark!”

Even with the production delay, last season’s timeline may be able to point us toward a new season estimate. Season 2 was filmed in Los Angeles for seven months between April and November 2021, followed by its premiere in January 2022. If filming for Season 3 begins in the fall, we’re likely to see a Summer of Fall 2024 premiere on HBO.

Looking to get cast? Apply to casting calls on Backstage.