Zendaya has reportedly re-negotiated her deal with HBO for Euphoria season 3 and will now be paid nearly $1M per episode KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Monday, February 27, 2023

Zendaya has reportedly re-negotiated her deal with HBO for Euphoria season 3 and will now be paid nearly $1M per episode

Zendaya has reportedly re-negotiated her deal for #Euphoria and will now be paid nearly $1M per episode..

Season 2 of HBO’s hit series, Euphoria, was a major hit when it was released in 2022. However, despite its success, it was recently revealed that Season 3 won’t begin filming until the later months of 2023, making it unlikely for fans to see what will come next until late 2024.

Zendaya, the series lead, was already one of the most well-known and popular actresses before her work as Rue Bennett in Euphoria, but now she has grown into one of the biggest stars in the world, and HBO has taken notice.

According to Matthew Belloni's latest "What I'm Hearing..." newsletter for Puck, Zendaya recently came to an agreement with HBO on a new contract for her work on Euphoria.

Belloni called Zendaya's new deal "a big re-negotiation," and even alluded that the star could be making somewhere close to $1M per episode of Euphoria when Season 3 rolls around:

"I’m told Zendaya just closed a big re-negotiation on HBO’s 'Euphoria' that likely puts her close to that club."

Puck News, who broke the story, said that Zendaya “just closed a big re-negotiation on HBO’s Euphoria that likely puts her close to” other stars pulling in $1 million per episode. At the moment, the outlet said, other actors pulling in that amount are Chris Pratt for The Terminal List, Harrison Ford and Helen Mirren in 1923, and Jason Sudeikis on Ted Lasso.

Last year, Zendaya took home the Lead Actress in a Drama Series category at the 74th Emmy Awards. The star, who won the award the previous year, became the youngest two-time ever acting winner.

She told the crowd, “Thank you for making such a safe space to make this very difficult show. I love you all so much.”

Zendaya continued, “Thank you to the Academy, thank you to my friends and family, some of which are here tonight. Thank you to Sam [Levinson] for sharing Rue with me. Thank you for believing in me, even in moments where I didn’t believe in myself.”

She said her, “greatest wish for Euphoria was that it could help heal people.”

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