It apparently was standing room only for Lexi’s wild production of Our Life, to look at Euphoria‘s season-ending audience.
The dark li’l HBO drama’s Season 2 finale on Sunday amassed 6.6 million total viewers across all platforms including HBO Max, up 30 percent from the week prior, 5-1/2 times as big as Season 1 finale night viewership, and marking a new series high.
TVLine readers gave the finale an average grade of “B”; read recap.
To date, Euphoria Season 2 episodes are averaging 16.3 million viewers with delayed playback, marking the best performance for any season of an HBO series other than Game of Thrones. And viewership for the Season 2 premiere (released Jan. 9) is approaching 19 million viewers in the U.S.
WarnerMedia is also claiming that Euphoria ranked as “the No. 1 title on HBO Max in the U.S. for the seventh week in a row,” as well as “the top series for the week” in both Latin America and Europe.
Euphoria was renewed for a third season earlier this month.