Everything You Need To Know About Drake And Zendaya's New HBO Show: 'Euphoria'

Sooo much drama (in the best way possible).
PHOTO: Euphoria/HBO

Quick question: Has Drake ever created anything that we didn't love and subsequently use as Instagram caption inspiration for the rest of our lives? Nope, he has not. Even that time he professed his love for Rihanna at the MTV Video Music Awards provided us with quality meme content, as terribly cringe as it was. Anyway, my point here is that Drake's producing a series for HBO called Euphoria, and I have extremely high expectations. Like, I'm walking into this series hoping to come out on the other side with a new celeb crush. Here's everything you need to know about it.

Euphoria is an adaptation of an Israeli show with the same name about the lives of a group of high school students. But they're not regular high schoolers... they're cool high schoolers. Their storylines are about sex, drugs, and rock and roll social media, and traumatic experiences. I'd also like to mention that the entire cast is super hot. Like, hang posters of them on the walls of your room hot.

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So... at the risk of jumping to extreme conclusions, it sounds like Euphoria is basically Degrassi. But, probably considerably edgier because it's on HBO. Count me all the way in.

You'll love the cast.

Zendaya is the lead of Euphoria. NBD. Maude Apatow from Girls, Sydney Sweeney from Sharp Objects, and Jacob Elordi from The Kissing Booth are also in it. Angus Cloud, Eric Dane, Barbie Ferreira, Alexa Demie, Nika King, Storm Reid, Hunter Schafer, and Algee Smith will become your new faves soon enough.

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It'll become your new Sunday night staple.

HBO will air the first episode on June 16. The first season will have 10 episodes in total.

The teaser looks amazing.

So much drama! So many cool teens! Such fun parties!

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This article originally appeared on Cosmopolitan.com. Minor edits have been made by the Cosmo.ph editors.

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