Sydney Sweeney Hints to ‘Euphoria’ Season 3 Return: ‘It’s Like Home’

After an exhaustive run starring in film roles like Anyone But You, Madame Web, and now Immaculate, Sydney Sweeney hints that she’ll be heading back to Euphoria.

In an interview with MTV, The White Lotus actress held her cards close to her chest responding “Maybe” and “I don’t know” to MTV host Josh Horowitz’s questions about whether Sweeney planned to get in front of the camera or read any scripts. When asked about her anticipation for resuming production, though, the actress said she was excited and called her acclaimed cast members and crew “family.”

“I always feel like I go home,” she said of heading back to the show. “It’s like home when I go back to it. I like it.”

Last week, Nika King, a comedian and mother on Euphoria, said in a stand-up special that she had struggled to cover rent and book additional roles, between the lengthy gaps between seasons — the last season aired in February 2022. (King told The Hollywood Reporter that she’s doing fine and does, in fact, have upcoming projects.)

Euphoria regulars like Jacob Elordi, Hunter Schaffer, and Zendaya have received immense stardom since the show’s release in 2019: Schaffer starred as Tigris in The Hunger Games prequel (2023), Elordi played the “King of Rock’n’ Roll” in A24’s Elvis (2023), and Zendaya just wrapped her role as Chani in Dune: Part Two earlier this month (with Luca Guadagino’s Challengers releasing in April).

Sweeney has also had some fun with her recent success. As a Saturday Night Live host, Sweeney toyed with rumors around Anyone But You’s Glenn Powell. When talking about her fiancé, the camera panned to her co-star Powell, rather than Jonathon Davino. And after Madame Web received garbage fire reviews, she told the Los Angeles Times, “I was just hired as an actress in it, so I was just along for the ride for whatever was going to happen.”


On the topic of her accelerated fame, Sweeney said her personal life hasn’t changed much.

“I am such a homebody that life kind of stays the same for me,” Sweeney said to the Los Angeles Times. “I just hang out with my dog and my family and my close friends. There’s just more people who say hi to me when I go outside.”