Netflix has released the trailer for Season 2 of the political drama “Euphoria,” which the streaming service ordered this month.
Starring Mila Kunis, her co-star in “Bad Moms,” Lily Collins (who also appears in the original “Downton Abbey”) and Jack Reynor, the second season will deal with the aftermath of the “We The Animals” musical theater piece, directed by Kunis.
“If you stay home, you end up in your office, and you’re in your office, you suffer,” Kunis’ character, Maddy, says in the trailer. “If you leave, you’re in your car, and you’re having fun. And if you do that, you end up in your car — the other choice, you end up dead.”
Collins plays a college student with an album who “wants to burst free” from the pressures of her academics and of a complicated relationship with her boyfriend. But when tragedy strikes, she begins to wonder if being in the music industry can even afford her freedom.
The six-episode second season premieres June 29.