Euphoria is an American teen drama television series loosely based on an Israeli television series with the same name. It follows a group of high school students as they navigate love, drugs, friendships, trauma, and many more. Zendaya heads the ensemble cast consisting of stars such as Sydney Sweeney, Hunter Schafer, and Barbie Ferreira.
The series received widespread praise for its cinematography, story, and acting. Zendaya was nothing short of exceptional in Euphoria. Her relationship with Schafer’s character enthralled and frustrated in equal measure. Zendaya’s memorable performance earned her a Primetime Emmy Award for Best Actress in a Drama Series.
Will Euphoria be coming to Netflix? Where to Stream and Watch
Unfortunately, Euphoria will not be coming to Netflix in the U.S. or any other region.
Euphoria is a show created for HBO, and Netflix and HBO are arch-rivals in the streaming industry. Indeed, in the early days of Netflix, HBO vowed that it would never release any of its content there. This means that you will probably never be able to see Euphoria on Netflix. There was a time that HBO did release some of its content to Amazon Prime, but those days are no more.
HBO has its own streaming service, HBO Now, which has a one-week free trial and costs $14.99 after that. An HBO add-on to Hulu or Amazon Prime Video will cost you the same amount.