Barbie Ferreira’s Euphoria run has come to an end. On 24th August, six months after the season two finale, Barbie Ferreira reported on Instagram that she won’t be returning for the HBO show’s third season, composing a sincere goodbye to her Euphoria character Kat Hernandez.
I put all my consideration and love into her and I really want to believe that you folks could feel it. Following four years of getting to exemplify the most extraordinary and cryptic person kat Hernandez, I’m saying an extremely teary-eyed farewell, Barbie Ferreira captioned a photograph of Hunter Schafer’s Kat fan art on her Instagram Story.
I hope many of you could see yourself in her as I did and that she gave you pleasure to see her journey into the person she is today. I put all my consideration and love into her and I really want to believe that you all could feel it. love you, Katherine Hernandez.
With the Euphoria season three release date projected to be at some point in 2024, Barbie Ferreira ceased from sharing extra insights concerning the conditions encompassing her character Kat’s exit.
Barbie Ferreira Won’t Be Returning For Euphoria Season 3
Barbie Ferreira, star of HBO’s Emmy-winning series Euphoria declared via social media on Wednesday night that she won’t be returning for Season 3 of the hit series Euphoria about the debaucherous lives of California teens. Barbie Ferreira shared the update by means of an Instagram story. Representative at HBO couldn’t quickly be gone after the remark.
Kat was the dearest friend of Maddie played by Alexa Demie and Cassie played by actor Sydney Sweeney. A pair she was for the most part excessively brilliant for and who ought to have been fortunate to be in her circle and a kind of companion to the show’s lead, Rue played by Zendaya. While Season 1 saw Kat make her mark as a cam sex worker corrupting abject men for cash, Season 2 saw a genuinely diminished role for entertainer Barbie Ferreira.
Her storyline mostly rotated around her wavering over kindly boyfriend Ethan played by Austin Abrams, concocting reasons to move away from him once they got excessively close. Her dumping Ethan on the made-up premise that she had a terminal mind issue was a serious low for both the character and the writers of the show. As season 2 broadcasted, rumours about strain between Barbie Ferreira and the show’s director Sam Levinson spread. A few watchers expected the director might have intentionally cut Barbie Ferreira’s screen time. In any case, she seemed to close down those cases in a couple of words.