The series focuses on a recovering teenage drug addict who struggles to find her place in the world.
German production firm Zeitsprung Pictures has optioned the rights to develop a local adaptation of Euphoria, the Israeli teen drama recently reworked by US premium cablenet HBO.
The show was originally produced by Tedy Productions and created for Israeli broadcaster HOT by Ron Leshem and Daphna Levin, while a US adaptation on HBO has also achieved critical acclaim.
The show centres on a group of high school students juggling friendship and love while also dealing with social media, drugs, sex, and trauma.
Based on the Israeli miniseries of the same name created by Ron Leshem and Daphna Levin, the HBO version was written by Sam Levinson.
Zeitsprung Pictures, which produced Kleo, is working on a German adaptation of the series having acquired the option from distributor ADD Content, according to Variety.
The US version of Euphoria is broadcast in Germany on pay-TV platform Sky Deutschland.