HBO has released the full trailer for Euphoria, an original series executive produced by Drake and Future the Prince.
Based on an Israeli teen drama of the same name, Euphoria is centered on a group of teenagers who navigate through high-school as they deal with substance abuse, sexuality, relationships, and social media. The ensemble cast is lead by Spider-Man actress Zendaya, who portrays a teenage drug addict named Rue.
The two-and-a-half-minute preview provides a closer look at the series' themes, as it follows Rue attempting to change her life alongside a new friend named Jules.
"I promise you, if I could be a different person, I would," Rue says in the trailer. "Not because I want it, but because they do."
You can check out the preview above. Euphoria's first season was written by Sam Levinson, who also serves as executive producer. The HBO original co-stars stars Maude Apatow, Sydney Sweeney, Algee Smith, and Jacob Elordi.
"Obviously, there’s not much in my own experience of being a teen that I could draw on, especially when it comes to struggling with addiction," Zendaya told Vogue about her role. "My policy is, when in doubt: Ask Sam. Because Sam’s gone through all that, and, you know...basically, he’s Rue."
You can catch the Euphoria series premiere June 16.