'Euphoria' Star Chloe Cherry Appears to Escalate Fans' Anxiety Amid Season 3 Uncertainty
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The actress playing Faye in the second season of the smash hit HBO drama expresses concerns about the show's future and lack of communication from producers.

AceShowbiz - "Euphoria" fans continue to eagerly await news of a third season, but the show's status remains uncertain. Chloe Cherry, who portrayed Faye in Season 2, recently revealed to the Daily Mail that she has received "honestly nothing" from the show's runners regarding future plans.

"No one talks to me. They really don't talk to me," Cherry stated. "I would definitely go back, but they just leave me in the dark, let's just say that."

Cherry's concerns align with those of other "Euphoria" stars, including Nika King, who expressed frustration in March over the prolonged hiatus. King joked about the show's absence during a stand-up comedy performance, lamenting the impact it has had on her career.

Despite the uncertainty, producers have previously confirmed plans for a third season in March 2022. However, insiders have reported challenges in securing a new angle for the show following a series of unforeseen circumstances.

In August 2022, Barbie Ferreira exited the series amid alleged tensions with creator Sam Levinson. Tragically, fan-favorite Angus Cloud passed away in July 2023 due to an accidental drug overdose, and producer Kevin Turen died a few months later from heart failure.

Scheduling conflicts due to the cast's involvement in other projects have also contributed to the delay. Sources have indicated that HBO intends for season 3 to be the final installment and hopes to "go out with a bang."

Insider reports suggest that production delays may be linked to a feud between Levinson and HBO executives. Levinson allegedly took issue with the network's request that he complete the scripts for season 3 before greenlighting production, leading to frustration and his involvement in other projects.

HBO has reportedly demanded full scripts to avoid a repeat of the widely panned "The Idol", which was canceled after one series.

Despite the setbacks, actor Eric Daneexpressed optimism about the show's return in a recent interview, stating that "there is a real appetite for that show out there."

As the cast and crew await further updates, Chloe Cherry remains cautiously optimistic about her involvement. "I would love to go back to the show, but I'll have to wait and see what happens," she said.

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