The news comes just two weeks before the title's season two finale airs. "[Creator Sam Levinson], Zendaya, and the entire cast and crew of Euphoria have taken Season 2 to extraordinary heights, challenging narrative convention and form, while maintaining its heart," said Francesca Orsi, executive vice president of HBO Programming.
"We couldn’t be more honored to work with this gifted, wildly talented team or more excited to continue our journey with them into Season 3."
Given the chokehold Euphoria has on the internet, as well as Zendaya's continued ascendance to the heights of A-list stardom, HBO is wise to renew the show.
In fact, the show has dictated the online news cycle as of late. Every Sunday, some version of #Euphoria begins trending on Twitter and Google as netizens discuss the latest episode.
Already, a slew of Euphoria-specific memes have blown up: there are the good old "Euphoria High" jokes, as well as more recent creations including "Bitch, you better be joking," Maddy Banging On Door, and riffs on which fictional characters would destroy Nate Jacobs.
Euphoria's grip on online discourse only seems to be growing. Back when season one aired in 2019, all viewers could riff on was a singular punchline: Alexa Demie's age.
The costumes of the show, another draw for fans, have become more attention-grabbing, too. Style moments including Maddy's cut-out dress and Amina Muaddi heels, Cassie's baby blue wrap top, and Elliot's Telfar hoodie have generated plenty of buzz.
Here's hoping that Euphoria season three keeps the 'fits, and the memes, comings.