Zendaya’s Deal For HBO’s “Euphoria” Has Been Renegotiated

Zendaya’s Deal For HBO’s “Euphoria” Has Been Renegotiated

Zendaya‘s deal for HBO’s “Euphoria” has been renegotiated. She will now receive nearly a million dollars per episode for starring in and producing the show.

Zendaya Will Be Paid Nearly $1 Million Per Episode Of HBO’s “Euphoria” Season 3

Zendaya’s Deal For HBO’s “Euphoria” Has Been Renegotiated

Puck reportedly posted an article titled “11 Burning Questions About the First Two Months of Hollywood ’23.” In the post, The highest-paid actor on TV and who was paid a million for a season of episodes are revealed. Zendaya has renegotiated her deal for HBO’s “Euphoria.” She will now be paid close to a million dollars, per episode, for starring in and producing the show. “Zendaya just closed a big re-negotiation on HBO’s “Euphoria” that likely puts her close to that club.”

“Euphoria” is created and written by Sam Levinson for HBO Max. Season 1 premiered on HBO on June 16, 2019, and the second season premiered on HBO on January 9, 2022. It starred an ensemble cast, including:

  • Zendaya as Rue Bennett, a 17-year-old recovering drug addict struggling to find her place in the world
  • Hunter Schafer as Jules Vaughn, a transgender girl who recently moved to Rue’s town and befriends her
  • Maude Apatow as Lexi Howard, Rue’s childhood friend who becomes more involved in her life as the series progresses
  • Algee Smith as Christopher McKay, a football player and one of Rue’s classmates
  • Angus Cloud as Fezco, a drug dealer and friend of Rue’s who looks out for her
  • Eric Dane as Cal Jacobs, Jules’ father and a married man with a secret life
  • Alexa Demie as Maddy Perez, Nate’s on-and-off girlfriend who is drawn into his manipulative behavior
  • Barbie Ferreira as Kat Hernandez, a high school junior who is tired of being invisible and reinvents herself as a confident and sexually empowered young woman
  • Jacob Elordi as Nate Jacobs, a popular and aggressive high school athlete who has a dark side

    The series follows the lives of a group of high school students as they navigate through issues of love, identity, trauma, addiction, and more. Rue’s struggles with addiction serve as a central focus of the show, as she forms close relationships with Jules and other characters who have their own secrets and struggles. The show is known for its striking visual style, nonlinear storytelling, and frank depiction of sensitive topics, earning praise for its raw and honest approach to the difficult subject matter.

    Source: Puck

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