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Sydney Sweeney teases big change for Euphoria season 3

Euphoria's Sydney Sweeney has teased a change in the show's upcoming season three.

Sweeney, who stars as Cassie Howard in Sam Levinson's teen drama, has recently revealed filming on the next chapter is starting soon. In an interview with GQ, the Immaculate star also appeared to confirm that the new batch of episodes will steer the series in a different direction, as previously teased by Levinson.

"People will be really amazed with what season three becomes," the Madame Web actress said. "I think that's good because seasons one and two were so different."

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Discussing the new format last year, Levinson promised a season shaped like a noir movie, exploring the struggles of an individual with principles in a corrupt environment through the eyes of protagonist Rue, played by Zendaya.

Production on season three was halted last year amidst Hollywood's writers and actors strikes, while cast and crew also had to comes to terms with the loss of star Angus Cloud, who portrayed Fez, and producer Kevin Turen.

As Euphoria production seems now to be back on track, fans can expect to see new episodes presumably by the end of the year or early 2025, though an official release window is still to be disclosed.

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There is no word yet as to what will happen after chapter three either, but Sweeney would like to reprise the role of Cassie for a fourth instalment, should there be a chance to do so.

"That one I honestly don't know," she said when quizzed about season 4 by GQ. "I think that if there's more story to tell with Cassie then, yes, because I do love that role and I love the community, but it's whatever does the story justice."

Euphoria airs on HBO in the US and on NOW and Sky Atlantic in the UK.

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