You season 3 has been confirmed, which is no surprise given how popular the show is.
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In season two, the thriller – which started out on Lifetime before Netflix snapped it up – caught up with Joe Goldberg (Penn Badgley) shortly after *that* season one cliffhanger.
Quick recap: the show deliberately misled viewers into presuming Joe had killed his ex-girlfriend Candace Stone (Ambyr Childers) – a totally fair assumption we might add, considering his behaviour – only to flip that on its head when she turned up to confront him in the final scene.
In the second chapter, presenting himself as Will Bettelheim (much to the misfortune of the real Will), You“s protagonist had not only fled from Candace, but also attempted to move on from killing his girlfriend Guinevere Beck (Elizabeth Lail) and her best friend Peach Salinger (Shay Mitchell).
As well as getting himself a new job at another book shop, Joe/Will was seemingly on a mission to try and prove that he could redeem himself. This had a lot to do with the fact that he”d set his sights on a new love interest, subtly named Love Quinn (The Haunting of Hill House“s Victoria Pedretti).
But in a shock twist, Love turned out to be no better than Joe, murdering Candace and Delilah (Carmela Zumbado) to save her relationship with the show”s lead.
You season 2 review: Does it live up to the hype?
So, what can we expect from season three? Here”s everything you need to know.
You season 3 release date: When will it return to Netflix?
An official return date hasn”t been announced just yet, but Netflix did say that You season 3 will arrive at some point in 2021, with filming kicking off in February.
However, with coronavirus having caused chaos for TV and movie productions across the board, we could be looking at the very end of the year, and even beyond that if things don”t improve.
But what is definitely happening is the release of the third book in the series, You Love Me, which will hit shelves on April 6, 2021.
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Chatting to The Hollywood Reporter about how making TV could change going forward, co-creator and executive producer Sera Gamble said: “The technology that brought you dragons and exploding people is the same technology that will be bringing you ordinary crowd scenes on shows you wouldn”t expect
But that doesn”t solve the conundrum hanging over scenes that demand intimacy.
“We”re not at the place in 2020 where we can talk about using visual effects to fake a kiss between Penn Badgley and Victoria Pedretti – that”s a separate issue and one we have to figure it out,” she added.
But before you fret, the cogs are in motion.
This is what Gamble had to say before the news was announced (via Cosmopolitan UK): “I will say that we have an idea for season three that is SO exciting that people talk about it in the
After what happened at the end of season two, there”s certainly a lot to unpack, which brings us neatly to…
You season 3 plot: What will happen next?
We were given some answers in season two of You – such as what actually happened between Joe and Candace and why she had “unfinished business” with him – but we were also left with so many questions.
Like we said, it was Love who murdered Joe”s neighbour Delilah AND his ex, Candace.
“She was always kind of off her rocker consistently, even before the large reveal at the end of the season,” Pedretti told Collider. “But yeah, I just love when her and Joe are just going at it, you know? With all the hypocrisy. It”s kind of hysterical. I really want to venture more into that.”
Chatting to Vanity Fair about the choices that Love made in the last season, Pedretti said: “She is very protective of the people she loves; she will do anything to protect them. She values their lives over others, and she has been protected by this privilege of not actually needing to take responsibility for her actions.
“Joe feels extremely victimised by his circumstances so he rationalises his behaviour based on that. Love, I think, more is fighting her circumstances, but really doesn”t know how to separate herself from them because she”s accustomed to certain forms of comfort… so they both carry around a lot of secrets and I think they”re both really isolated. They feel misunderstood in the world.”
You wrapped up with Joe shacked up with his murderous girlfriend and their literal Love child, presenting a whole series of threads for where things might go next.
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But despite Joe seemingly getting everything that he wanted, he wasn”t content, describing his situation with Love as a cage or some form of bad karma, implying that there could be trouble ahead.
And of course we can”t ignore the very final moment of the season, which heavily hints at Joe – AGAIN! – back to his old tricks. Yep, having spotted his new neighbour through the fence, Joe found a new You to fixate on.
“I will figure out a way, a way to get to you,” Joe”s narration echoed, as he watched the next poor, unsuspecting woman. “See you soon, neighbour.”
Speaking to Entertainment Weekly, Caroline Kepnes teased what lies in store in her next book, which will undoubtedly influence the show in some capacity.
“Joe is really proud of himself because a lot of people in his position descend into darkness after having been through what he”s gone through in book two and then in the beginning of book three,” she said. “And he decides that he”s going to be a better person and he”s very proud of himself for that.
“Having dealt with Love”s family and dating someone with this close relationship with their twin brother, he”s very focused on the idea that he should be the one with the family. But yeah, the main thrust of it is that he’s very proud of his strength.”
Gamble also told one fan on Twitter that “the new season is already BONKERS”.
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Brace yourselves, kids.
But despite landing on his feet yet again, Sera Gamble has suggested (via The Hollywood Reporter) that there could be a point where Joe”s luck runs out.
“The most important thing about that last scene is just it is confirmation that Joe is still Joe in a way that”s not going to be great for Joe,” she said. “That he has not learned that he cannot just keep looking for the next person to attach his hopes and dreams to that way… things won”t go well for Joe.”
You season 3 cast: Who will return?
Badgley will obviously be back as the SUPER CREEPY central character and narrator, which means plenty more of his unnerving narration.
There”s also his girlfriend Love, possibly with a new blonde hairdo, which she took for a spin at Paris Fashion Week.
“I personally think it”s already stronger than last season,” Victoria Pedretti said (via NBC News). “It”s everything I hoped for in imagining a world in which Joe and Love could be really confronted with themselves, and it creates so much space for so much tragedy and hilarity, and I”m so psyched.”
And Saffron Burrows will return as Dottie, Love”s mother: “After her son”s death, Dottie is determined to pour her love and attention into Love and her new grandchild”.
Dr Nicky (John Stamos) popped up briefly in season two from behind bars. He is now aware of Joe though, even if he”s not sure of his real name.
He didn”t seem too fussed about seeking revenge against the man that framed him or about uncovering the truth of what happened to Beck, instead telling Forty Quinn (James Scully) to trust in “divine justice”. But this does leave a door ajar, as it”s another person that could raise the alarm about Joe at some point in the future.
There”s every possibility that the “real” Will (Robin Lord Taylor) could play a part in a future season, considering he seems to be one of Joe”s only friends. As for Love”s pals – Lucy (Marielle Scott), Sunrise (Melanie Field) and Gabe (Charlie Barnett) – they”re still alive (bonus!) but don”t appear to be aware of Love or Joe”s true natures…
Ellie Alves (Jenna Ortega) could also return for a future season, even though she doesn”t know whether she”ll be back.
“I don”t think her storyline has fully run its course and I say this because the writers have been so brilliant in the way that they left so many possibilities open,” she told Insider.
“Ellie is out there knowing that Joe”s a murderer and could do something about it if she really needed to.”
Theo, played by Dylan Arnold, is “a college student with a strained and complicated relationship with his stepfather. Theo is wise and perceptive, but vulnerable and troubled, with a propensity to get tangled up in his loved ones” problems and to drown his own in controlled substances and dangerous behaviour”.Kiki (Shannon Chan-Kent) is “a wife, mother and life coach who enjoys a life of entitlement, frequenting mid-day fitness classes and enjoying lengthy gossip sessions at the local cafe”.Kiki”s husband, Brandon (Christopher Sean) is “a wealthy tech investor and now stay-at-home dad looking after their kids”.Andrew (Chris O’Shea) is another “fit stay-at-home dad, Andrew is dependably tuned in to the latest town gossip”.Andrew”s husband, Jackson, is Bryan Safi. The pair have “an enviable, loving marriage. Despite Jackson”s high-powered job as a tech attorney, he”s managed to stay humble”.The Good Wife“s Ben Mehl is Dante, “a librarian who retains his wit and equanimity no matter what the day brings. A veteran whose eyesight was damaged, Dante is a dedicated family man with a husband and two stepchildren who longs to expand his family, and delights in helping his friends with their children”.Gil (Mackenzie Astin) is “a mild-mannered geology professor
Season two moved to LA, something that Penn Badgley said had a “big effect on the show”.
As for future seasons, the possibilities seem endless. “I remember having a conversation with
“He was like, “You know what? I think we can put you anywhere and the show works. We could put you in Hawaii and it would work”.
“Maybe that will happen in the in the fourth season? I”ll keep my fingers crossed.”
Did someone say fourth season…?!
You season 3 trailer: When can I watch it?
Trailers usually land in the month leading up to the premiere, so once we know that we”ll have a better idea.
You seasons 1-2 are available on Netflix.
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