Sydney Sweeney Knows Euphoria Fans Want Cassie to Get Her "S--t Together" for Season 3

Euphoria star Sydney Sweeney told E! News she's aware fans want her character Cassie to turn herself around, though the actress is hoping to "enjoy" an even crazier season three.

By Angie Orellana Hernandez May 17, 2023 10:29 PMTags
Watch: Sydney Sweeney Hopes For More "Crazy" Cassie on Euphoria Season 3

Sydney Sweeney is aware of what will make Euphoria fans, well, euphoric.

The Euphoria actress recently shared her expectations for her character Cassie's season three arc after a whirlwind of questionable decisions in season two. After all—spoiler alert—the last time fans saw Cassie in Euphoria, her secret relationship with her best friend's abusive ex boyfriend was messily exposed by Zendaya's Rue, resulting in a major confrontation.

"I know that the fans need her to somehow figure out how to get her s--t together," Cassie exclusively told E! News in an interview airing May 17 at 11 p.m., "but I really hope for a while that I can enjoy crazy Cassie."

As for what she knows about Euphoria's upcoming season three, which won't feature co-star Barbie Ferreira, Sydney has no details yet. She told E! News, "We haven't started filming yet."

In the meantime, Sydney stepped into the role of whistleblower Reality Winner in HBO's Reality, which premieres May 29 on HBO and on Max. She's also graced the screen as Olivia Mossbacher in White Lotus and will appear in Marvel's Madame Web as Spider-Woman. Recently, she wrapped up filming rom-com Anyone But You with Glen Powell.

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Though she's portrayed a wide range of characters, Sydney swears she has no favorites.

"I don't think I've ever ranked my characters before—I don't know if I can," she admitted. "That's like having to choose your favorite child, I don't know if I can."

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However, there is one genre she's interested in exploring.

"I want to do a period piece of some type," the 25-year-old revealed. "I don't know what kind yet, but some sort of period piece."

See more from Sydney on E! News May 17 at 11 p.m.

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