“Euphoria” fans are getting an early Christmas present from HBO on Thursday.

HBO Max is releasing a late-night premiere of the show’s two-episode special on Thursday, Dec. 3 at 9 p.m. PT/12 a.m. ET.

While the first special episode wasn’t supposed to premiere until Sunday, Dec. 6, those who are subscribed to HBO Max are able to watch it early. The episode is named “Part 1: Rue."

This episode will still air on Sunday at 9 p.m. ET on HBO for those who don’t have the streaming platform (those most traditional HBO subscribers have access).

Fans can watch the Emmy-winning drama on the HBO Max app. Subscriptions run $15 a month, but there is a seven-day free trial for those who don’t have an account yet.

Those that have an HBO subscription can watch the episode on Sunday through the mobile app, desktop app or Smart TV app.

“Euphoria’s” first season ended in August of 2019, so fans have been awaiting the release of new episodes of the series.

Zendaya, who won an Emmy for her portrayal of Rue, confirmed on Twitter that this is not Season 2.

HBO announced that “Euphoria” Season 2 was put on hold due to the coronavirus pandemic, like many other shows. This is when the two special episodes were created, so fans could get a taste of what’s to come when the entire season is filmed and released.

Season 1 ended with Rue relapsing back into narcotics after she says goodbye to Jules (Hunter Schafer) as she hops on the train to leave town.

This Christmas special will show Rue celebrating Christmas, and Jules just might just make an appearance as well, according to HBO Max.

Fans of the show have been taking their excitement to Twitter.

The teen drama received three Primetime Emmy Awards this year, including Outstanding Lead Actress In A Drama Series (Zendaya), Outstanding Contemporary Makeup (Non-Prosthetic) and Outstanding Original Music and Lyrics.

Zendaya also is the youngest woman to win an Emmy for Best Actress.

The release date and name of the second episode has not been announced yet.

Pictured are actors Hunter Schafer (left) and Zendaya in a scene from "Euphoria" Season 1, episode 4. Eddy Chen/HBO