Euphoria on top joined with The Glided Age
Euphoria’s is climbing up the popularity ladder in high pace, striking down other shows behind. The views of third episode are climbing high rapidly. Moreover, this week’s ratings and demands of HBO are on peak. The latest episode centered on the teenage years of Cal Jacobs (Eric Dane) and it peeks into the painful incidences concealed in his backstory.
The episode of Sam Levinson’s teen drama drew more 3.6 million viewers across all platforms on Sunday. It increases the viewers by 41% since the previous week. Thus, the upturn marked the episode of the series as the most-viewed one in this particular metric. Euphoria’s season premiere alone drew vast audience of 10.8 million and still counting. In addition to this, for the week too the show bagged the HBO Max titles’ top rank.
The Latest Episode of Euphoria
The newly launched episode is filled with tons of incidences from Cal Jacobs’ (Eric Dane) teenage years. The story progresses with Cassie’s (Sydney Sweeney) boundless attempts and endless games to win over Nate (Jacob Elorid). Alongside of this, the story focuses on “business” venture of Rue’s (Zendaya) which is new yet dangerous.
Storyline of Euphoria
Undoubtedly from season 1, every character is setting their new highs making the show in top trending list. The heart-wrenching journey of teens through their high and lows as well as tackling the obstacles will leave you speechless. The episodes best depicted the unseen battles of teens that breaks them from inside. The show mainly focused on teen’s fights against traumas while growing up.
Julian Fellowes’ ‘The Gilded Age’ attracted 1 million viewership
Furthermore, across all HBO platforms, ‘The Gilded Age’ topped HBO’s best Monday night debut with solid 1 million viewers. The show carries the essence of stories about the period of immense economic change when the world was surrounded by conflicts between the old ways and brand new systems.
Tour around The Gilded Age
The plot of show begins in 1882 revolves around the aspiring writer Marian Brook (Louisa Jacobson). However, later she get entangled in a social wars between her aunt and her wealthy neighbors; George (Morgan Spector), a ruthless railroad tycoon and Bertha Russell (Carrie Coon),his ambitious wife. The story proceeds with twists and turns with Marian’s dilemma to choose the correct path to board on.