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The characters on both shows are known for their tragic pasts, and so it’s easy to reimagine Euphoria as One Tree Hill 20 years later.
Euphoria one of the most talked about shows ever, largely due to the fact that it follows a formula that fans know and love; the high school teen drama. Many other shows have tried to reach this level of popularity but fell short, or have aged out of relevancy. However, the best teen dramas still remain infinitely rewatchable, such as the CW’s One Tree Hill.
Euphoria and One Tree Hill aren’t explicitly similar, other than the fact that they’re both melodramatic teen dramas with a traitorous love triangle. The characters on both shows are known for their tragic pasts and questionable decision-making skills, and it’s easy to reimagine Euphoria as One Tree Hill 20 years later, just set in L.A. instead of a small town in North Carolina.