Where to watch Euphoria online in Australia

Zendaya shines in this powerful coming-of-age drama about high school life.



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Euphoria (2019)


Euphoria (2019)

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Sex, nudity, drug use, coarse language


A look at life for a group of high school students as they grapple with issues of drugs, sex and violence.


  • Season 1
  • Season 2

Cast and crew

  • Zendaya
  • Maude Apatow
  • Angus Cloud
Euphoria stars Zendaya as Rue, a 17-year-old drug addict fresh from rehab. She struggles to find her place in her world and, along with her friends, navigates the ups and downs of high school life – which in this case includes sex, parties, social media, trauma and drug abuse.

A thrilling character-driven series, Euphoria boasts gorgeous cinematography and excellent performances. It also tackles important themes and doesn't shy away from gritty visuals, so we don't recommend it for the faint of heart.



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How to watch the Euphoria special episodes

After a successful freshman season which brought Zendaya an Emmy for Lead Actress in a Drama Series, Euphoria is gearing up to start work on season two.

But while we won't get to see the second instalment for a while – probably not until late 2021 – two special standalone episodes, made under COVID-19 safety guidelines, are coming our way soon. And the good news? They'll be available in Australia, fast-tracked from the US.

The first of the special episodes, premiering Monday 7 December on streaming services BINGE and Foxtel Now, is titled Trouble Don't Last Always and centres on Rue as she celebrates Christmas, following the events of the season one finale. Aussie fans of the teen drama will also be able to watch the episode with Foxtel.

The first episode was scheduled to be released on Monday December 7 at 1pm AEDT on FOX SHOWCASE. However, the episode will now be available on BINGE Friday 4 December 4pm (AEDT) the same time as the US can tune in on HBO Max.

The second special episode has also now been confirmed. Titled 'Part 2: Jules' the episode will premiere on Saturday 23 January, the same time as the US. Once more the episode will be available via BINGE, Foxtel and Foxtel Now.

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