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Each episode somehow gets better, with the young cast continually bringing their A-game in their scenes. The scripts are tight and balance the humor of teenage life with the horrors in a way that has never been so honest or real.
The aesthetics narrowly surpasses its unwatchable crudeness. that being said, I think it's a pretty accurate depiction of the current social scene.
An absolute show runner for award season. Zendaya is brilliant. This show is smart, honest and captiv
Slow, boring and try's to hard
"Euphoria" represents qualities of childhood youth that most do not get to see. The show contracts the vividness and uniqueness of what youth of a teenager is like. The stunning visuals and lighting in the show make it even more brilliant. The acting is superb, as is the writing and casting.
The rawest show on television.
This is a real life Tv show, it shows the agony of a teenager that has issues with drugs and alcohol, besides showing the struggle of being a trans, a fat, a woman in today's society, shows the sexism among the male teenagers and how they have to grow mentally. It is a really heavy tv show because of the content(drugs, explicit sex, nudity..) but it is worthy
La actuacion de Zendaya y el cast entero es sublime, serie excepcional de las mejores del 2019.
This show is amazing. How this gets a 79% rating and Big Little Lies gets a 96% rating is absurd. Are soccer moms doing most of the ratings on Rotten Tomatoes?
Cliched, boring, falls violently out of the Millennial tree and hits every stereotype on the way down. Out of touch with real teens (even though the goal is the exact opposite...to create some kind of ‘authenticity') and demeaning in the way it represents teens these days. Remember when John Hughes perfectly captures the 80s teen with his movies or how the movie ‘Heathers' captured the early 90s perfectly? Euphoria is the exact opposite of all that stuff. Almost offensive in its tone and inaccuracies, it's a series of cliched vignettes that, so far, haven't amounted to anything of substance or value.