Euphoria Just Made HBO Max History With Its Season 2 Premiere

The HBO Max streaming service launched in May of 2020, and ever since, it has hosted some pretty remarkable projects. As theaters around the globe slowly reopened, it served as an alternate avenue for fans to watch cinematic projects like director James Gunn’s “The Suicide Squad” and the “Sopranos” prequel, “The Many Saints of Newark,” and it has given TV viewers some goodies too. For instance, it brought the “Sex and the City” sequel series, “And Just Like That…” into homes everywhere at the end of 2021, setting all kinds of records in the process. Unsurprisingly, the premiere of “Euphoria” Season 2 pulled off a similar performance.

According to Deadline, the inaugural Season 2 episode drew 2.4 million viewers across every platform on January 9. This turned out to be the strongest digital premiere performance of any HBO episode on the streamer since it arrived almost a full two years ago. Additionally, in terms of digital views, the “Euphoria” Season 2 premiere scored more than nine times higher than its Season 1 counterpart, and it was the top-ranked asset on HBO Max that Sunday. As a result, reports came in of HBO Max crashing due to high traffic as soon as the episode dropped.

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Though it took some time, “Euphoria” fans seem to have come out in droves to support the beginning of Season 2. It will run for eight total episodes, so they certainly have a lot more to look forward to in the coming weeks.


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