‘Euphoria’ Cast Member Reflects on Filming in a ‘Mental Facility’ Where 40 People Were Murdered

Ask any member of the Euphoria throw and they will tell you how well they got together. As the show is a very large ensemble show, it can be a challenge for so many people to work together harmoniously. But, somehow, there is no drama on the set of Euphoria. In fact, Zendaya has praised the showman, Sam Levinson, for throwing bad apples at the show.

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Hunter Schafer, Jacob Elordi, Maude Apatow, Barbie Ferreira, Zendaya, Sydney Sweeney, Alexa Demie, and Storm Reid | Frazer Harrison / Getty Photos

Because the throwing of Euphoria as well as them, filming was a real pleasure for them. Even though they had to deal with some grueling 16-18 hour days and long night shoes, they were still having fun together. While things could be grim while the cameras were on, when the director cut a cut, the team enjoyed spending time together and getting to know each other better.

‘Euphoria’ had one terrible shooting

Most of Euphoria was fired on a Sony crane over 8 months. However, from time to time, the picture was posted in different places. One of the most beautiful place shoes was a former mental hospital where the crew and crew shot on the final day of filming for Season 1. In an interview with Collider, Sydney Sweeney, who plays Cassie on the show, reflected on what it was like to film there.

“We were filming at this old psychiatric facility that was closed because the psychiatrists fled and killed 40 of the ground guards, and now they say the place is worried, ”Sweeney said of the final day of filming. Euphoria. “Someone made a film there a year ago, and the janitor started talking to himself, and then at random one of the cops on the film. We were like, ‘Oh, my god, and now we’re filming here ?! ‘”

Cast member Sydney Sweeney reflects on a shooting at an old mental facility

Sweeney continued to share that, although the place made terrible gaps, that did not stop her or the rest of the Euphoria tossed from looking around. “We were researching, all the lights were off and we went into the basement, where there was a morgue. It was the most exciting place I’ve ever been, and we were filming there, all day and all night. No one mentioned, ‘Hey, people will be murdered.’ ”

The Euphoria The actress said there were times when they were sure they were seeing ghosts. And the creeping factor was only augmented by the dark and gloomy baby that was being created for the show. “You’ll notice we’re using a lot of stops on the show, so think of this old haunting mental resource, it’s night and there are red lights and lots of stops. And you’re like, ‘Was that a ghost?’ ”Sweeney remembered.

Season 2 ‘Euphoria’ has been long delayed

Clearly, the Euphoria a film crew is not afraid in some places with very intense energy. Personally, we can’t wait to see what they dream of for Season 2. And while fans may have to wait much longer than they expected for a new season, two bridge programs are coming in December 2020 to maintain them.

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