Tonight is the third episode of the new HBO series called Euphoria. The third episode airs tonight at 10 p.m. Eastern (9 p.m Central), Sunday, June 30, 2019. You’ll want to watch live so you’re not spoiled on anything.
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Euphoria‘s description for episode 3 on TV Guide reads: “High school students discover their identities while dealing with love, trauma, and social media…” But this is the same description for every episode, so it’s not super helpful.
The title of the episode is “Made You Look.” A better synopsis reads: “Kat has her first camming session; Jules falls for a boy online and asks Rue to help her take some nudes; Maddy finds something odd on Nate’s phone; Cassie and McKay spend the weekend at McKay’s school and go to a party at the frat he’s rushing.”
It looks like there will be a significant focus on Kat Hernandez (Barbie Ferreira) in this next episode. Last week’s episode made a big deal out of how she started to find some sense of empowerment when she was reading people’s reactions to the video of her that leaked. The preview also shares that she was an anonymous writer of fanfiction over the summer that got very popular, but no one knew she wrote the fiction. Coming back to the world of high school was very difficult for her.
Meanwhile, Jules is falling for “ShyGuy,” the anonymous Internet persona that she’s been chatting with. Jules, sadly, is in for a terrible awakening at some point in the season. The very violent Nate (pretending his name is Tyler) is the person behind the name she’s talking to online.
The cast includes Zendaya, Maude Apatow, Angus Cloud, Eric Dane, Alexa Demie, Jacob Elordi, Barbie Ferreira, Nika King, Storm Reid, Hunter Schafer, Algee Smith, and Sydney Sweeney.