You is a psychological thriller series about Joe Goldberg, a charming young man who goes to unsettling measures to be a part of people’s lives, particularly those he is enamored with. He first falls in love with Guinevere Beck in the first season, and then with Love Quinn in the second. However, it appears that his romances seldom end happily, which might explain his eagerness to maintain his partnerships. The program is based on Caroline Kepnes’ books, “You” and “Hidden Bodies,” and was created by Greg Berlanti and Sera Gamble.
The show first aired on Lifetime on September 9, 2018, but after being picked up by Netflix, it became a huge sensation. More than 43 million individuals are said to have watched the first season on the streaming service. The suspense drama was finally added on the streaming site permanently in December 2018.
The captivating series has received accolades for its in-depth examination of personal limits and the fine line that separates affection from obsession. Although the show’s idea isn’t totally original, the execution of the plot makes it difficult to turn away from the television. If you’re wondering if there will be a third season, here’s all you need to know!
You Season 3 – Details on Release Date
On December 26, 2019, Netflix released the full second season of You. The second season consists of 10 episodes, each lasting 44-50 minutes. We have some exciting news for the third season. Netflix ordered the third instalment on January 14, 2020. Given the show’s popularity on Netflix, the announcement that it had been greenlit for a second season was expected.
Season 2 debuted just a few days ago, and the series quickly rose to fifth place among the most popular shows on the streaming site in 2019. To top it off, the much-loved thriller sparked a social media frenzy when its second season premiered.
See you soon, neighbor. YOU S3 is coming. pic.twitter.com/rCJx7K9v0P
— YOU (@YouNetflix) January 14, 2020
The third cycle’s cameras are said to have started rolling in November 2020, with the season ending in April 2021. However, because of the epidemic, this was not without hiccups. If rumors are to be accepted, the third season of You will premiere in Q4 2021. The upcoming season will contain 10 episodes, which is the same as the previous two editions.
You Season 3 – Details on Cast Members
In the third instalment, Penn Badgley (Joe Goldberg), Victoria Pedretti (Love Quinn), and Saffron Burrows (Dottie Quinn) have all been confirmed to return. Shalita Grant (Sherry), Travis Van Winkle (Cary), Tati Gabrielle (Marienne), and Dylan Arnold (Dylan) will be among the new cast members (Theo).
Cary is the rich founder of a supplement firm, while Sherry is a local parent with a strong internet presence. Marienne, on the other hand, is a librarian who has had a difficult life but is working for a better future for herself and her child.
In addition, Theo is a college student with a tumultuous relationship with his stepfather and an addiction problem. Natalie, Joe’s next-door neighbour and his new obsession, will be played by Michaela McManus.
Several performers have taken on recurring roles in the show. Scott Speedman (Matthew), Shannon Chan-Kent (Kiki), Ben Mehl (Dante), Christopher O’Shea (Andrew), Bryan Safi (Jackson), Mackenzie Astin (Gil), and Ayelet Zurer (Gil) are just a handful among them (Dr. Chandra).
You Season 3 – Details on Storyline
In the second season, we find that Love is similar to Joe in that she is obsessed and has a murderous streak. In reality, she stabs and murders Joe’s ex-girlfriend. Joe and Love relocate to the suburbs as the second season winds down. They are reportedly expecting a kid together. Joe casts his gaze on his new neighbor, whom he feels he is destined to meet, in the last minutes of the season.
We’ll witness how Joe and Love deal with the changes in their life in the third season. While Joe may become a parent, he must be certain that he does not do anything to provoke Love’s wrath. Love’s character will be explored in greater depth in the third season, which may reveal some surprising elements of her nature. Joe and Love may have a falling out, which may have terrible implications.