Golden Globe spotlight: Zendaya deserves first nom for her searing breakthrough turn on ‘Euphoria’

After getting her start on Disney Channel’s “Shake It Up” (2010-13) and starring in several box office hits, such as “The Greatest Showman” (2017) and “Spider-Man: Homecoming” (2017) and its 2019 sequel “Far From Home,” Zendaya has now ventured into vastly different territory headlining HBO’s gritty teen drama “Euphoria,” which could earn her a Golden Globe nomination for Best TV Drama Actress.

Euphoria,” which aired this summer and has been renewed for a second season, follows 17-year-old Rue Bennett (Zendaya) who returns home from rehab in the pilot after a near fatal drug overdose in time to start her junior year of high school. Despite a cautiously optimistic mother, she has no intention whatsoever of staying clean. She struggles with what the future holds for her, but finds new hope thanks to her friendship/relationship with Jules (Hunter Schafer), the new girl in town. As the season dives deeper into a variety of topics,
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