It’s over a year since Euphoria season 2 concluded in February 2022. But because production on season 3 of the critically acclaimed teen drama just kicked off in February 2023, fans who haven’t finished watching the latest season still have a lot of time to catch up before the new batch of episodes arrives. If you’re one of those fans, then this guide can help you watch the series for free.
Where do I watch Euphoria?
The first season of Euphoria aired on HBO from June to August 2019, while the show’s second season was broadcast by the cable network from January to February 2022. Both seasons, including the show’s two one-hour specials, are currently included in the HBO Max streaming library.
While the viewing platform offers the very first episode of the series for free, you need to have a subscription to the service to be able to watch the entire two seasons. HBO Max’s ad-supported plan costs $9.99 per month, while its ad-free plan costs $14.99 per month.
If you’re already subscribed to other streaming platforms and don’t want to pay for another on-demand viewing platform, there are a number of ways to watch Euphoria for free.
Where is Euphoria available for free?
Hulu + HBO Max (Free Trial)
Don’t have a Hulu subscription yet? Sign up for the platform and add HBO Max to any plan to receive a free 7-day trial to test out the service. The trial period should be enough to watch the entire first two seasons of Euphoria. Just remember that if you don’t cancel your subscription before the trial ends, HBO Max on Hulu will cost $14.99 a month in addition to Hulu’s monthly plan, which starts at $6.99 per month.
DirecTV Stream (Free Trial)
DirecTV Stream offers four subscription plans: Entertainment (75+ channels for $69.99 per month), Choice (105+ channels for $89.99 per month), Ultimate (140+ channels for $104.99 per month), and Premiere (150+ channels for $149.99 per month).
HBO Max is included with the Premiere plan, but the channel can also be added to the three less expensive plans for $14.99 per month. The good thing is that DirecTV Stream offers a 5-day trial for all of its plans, so you can technically watch Euphoria online for free!
YouTube TV (Free Trial)
YouTube TV offers a free 14-day trial to new subscribers. This trial allows users to access over 85 channels and sign in to different networks including HBO Max. So if you haven’t subscribed to YouTube TV before, you can take advantage of this free trial to watch Euphoria free of charge! Just be sure to cancel the subscription before the free trial ends; otherwise, you will get charged $54.99 for your first three months and $64.99 per month thereafter.
Amazon Prime Video (Free Trial)
HBO Max is available on Amazon Prime Video as a new channel add-on. HBO Max is currently offering a free 7-day trial, giving you enough time to watch Euphoria for free. After your trial ends, the subscription price goes to $14.99 per month, which will be billed through Amazon. But the good thing is you can cancel anytime.
If you’re an AT&T customer, there’s a possibility that you’re eligible for a free HBO Max subscription, which will allow you to watch Euphoria free of charge. If your AT&T plan is listed below, then you’re eligible for a complimentary HBO Max subscription:
- AT&T Unlimited Elite
- AT&T Unlimited Plus
- AT&T Unlimited Plus Enhanced
- AT&T Unlimited Choice
- AT&T Unlimited Choice II
- AT&T Unlimited Choice Enhanced
- AT&T Unlimited &More Premium
Check out the instructions on how to claim your free HBO Max subscription here.
Is Euphoria on Netflix for free?
No, you cannot stream Euphoria on Netflix as the show is not on the platform’s streaming library. Also, Netflix does not offer free trials. Netflix’s current subscription plans are:
- Basic with ads: $6.99/month
- Basic: $9.99/month
- Standard: $15.49/month
- Premium: $19.99/month
Where can I watch Euphoria all seasons?
What is Euphoria about?
Developed by series creator Sam Levinson, Euphoria follows a group of high school students as they navigate love and friendships in a world of drugs, sex, trauma, and social media.
An American adaptation of an Israeli show of the same name, Euphoria centers on the troubled life of 17-year-old Rue Bennett, a drug addict who recently gets out of rehab with no plans of staying drug-free.
Rue’s path collides with Jules, a trans woman who’s on a soul-searching journey herself. Rue’s social circle also includes Nate, a jock who covers up his sexual insecurities with anger issues, and Chris, a football star who finds himself struggling to transition from high school to college. The squad also includes Cassie and Kat, who also have their own set of body-conscious and sexual issues to contend with.
As the classmates struggle to make sense of their futures, the show tackles the teenage landscape of substance-enhanced parties and anxiety-ridden day-to-day life with empathy and candor.
Euphoria’s ensemble cast includes:
- Zendaya as Ruby “Rue” Bennett (At the age of only 26, Zendaya has achieved a historic milestone by becoming the first Black woman to win two Emmy Awards in the category of Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series. On both occasions, she was awarded for her exceptional portrayal of Rue in Euphoria.
- Maude Apatow as Alexandra “Lexi” Howard
- Angus Cloud as Fezco “Fez” O’Neill
- Eric Dane as Cal Jacobs
- Alexa Demie as Madeleine “Maddy” Perez
- Jacob Elordi as Nathaniel “Nate” Jacobs
- Barbie Ferreira as Katherine “Kat” Hernandez
- Nika King as Leslie Bennett
- Storm Reid as Georgia “Gia” Bennett
- Hunter Schafer as Jules Vaughn
- Algee Smith as Christopher “Chris” McKay
- Sydney Sweeney as Cassandra “Cassie” Howard
- Colman Domingo as Ali Muhammed
- Javon “Wanna” Walton as Ashtray O’Neill
- Austin Abrams as Ethan Daley
- Dominic Fike as Elliot
Euphoria season 3 release date
Euphoria season 3 doesn’t have an exact release date yet. But as previously mentioned, production on the new season started in February 2023 for a late 2023 release.
Haven’t seen an episode of Euphoria yet? Watch the trailers for the first two seasons of the show below: