Zendaya Wants To Make Significant Changes To Euphoria Season 3

As she has shown in a variety of diverse productions, including huge blockbusters and highly acclaimed television shows, Zendaya has emerged as one of Hollywood’s real stars. The excellent actress has more work ahead of her in the upcoming years, and she’ll also return to one of her most well-known parts. On the latter front, Zendaya has suggestions for how she would want to see Euphoria develop, particularly in terms of the plot. It makes sense that she would at least have a voice in the discussion, even though she isn’t one of the series’ primary creatives. Additionally, according to a recent interview, Zendaya wants the show to someday leave its present location and relocate into one that may include a wealth of fresh story ideas.

In-depth interviews with The Hollywood Reporter regarding her career and, in particular, her experiences filming the previous three years of Euphoria, were conducted by Zendaya. There was a look back at Season 2 and how her character Rue’s story began to truly hurt and become very emotional. But there was also talk about what she would want to see happen for the characters in general and for Euphoria Season 3 and beyond. There, Zendaya gave the impression that a change of scenery would be beneficial and perhaps even required at some point in the storyline of the program. Check out a portion of what she had to say about that; given that she is now an executive producer on the program, her opinion is important when it comes to the plot:

“I think it’ll be exciting to explore the characters out of high school. I want to see what Rue looks like in her sobriety journey, how chaotic that might look. But also with all the characters, in the sense where they’re trying to figure out what to do with their lives when high school is over and what kind of people they want to be. ”

Although it’s uncertain where Euphoria will finally go, it must be a concern for everyone who watches shows centered around high schools. While students’ time in high school has a clear end date, their lives do not, and in this series, the characters are what matter most. It is very acceptable and, to be honest, more practical, to want to know where each person goes as they leave the high school hallways. It remains to be seen if they can advance or transition the tale in that way. But it’s obvious that Zendaya has a voice now, something she claimed she started developing throughout the course of the previous season.

Executive producer is a title that celebrities frequently receive alongside their television shows, albeit what it means for a particular program or film might vary widely. Sometimes it’s merely a clause in a contract, some pretty window decoration, or an opportunity for a greater paycheck. However, there are situations when it’s because the person has a genuine voice in the creative process. It would seem to be the latter in Zendaya’s case.

And Zendaya more than deserves the title. After all, she just won the Best Actress in a Drama Series Emmy for Season 1 of Euphoria and has been nominated for the same prize again for Season 2. This series has received some of the highest ratings in terms of reviews, and the actress has a lot to do with it. On that front, more is to come.