You is Netflix original series about the obsessive and dangerous Joe who charms and imposes himself into the lives of women he becomes infatuated with. His ways have apparently worked on viewers as well, as the show’s first two seasons have been immensely popular and led to a quick renewal for a third season, which fans can expect soon.
After all of the twists and turns from season two, here is everything you need to know about You season three.
When will ‘You’ season 3 premiere?
You’s second season was released in its entirety at the end of 2019, meaning that it has already been 20 months since fans of the show have had a new episode. Well the wait is almost over.
Netflix has officially given a release date for You season three, Oct. 15. The news comes via an announcement trailer (see below). All episodes of You season three will be available as of Oct. 15.
Who’s going to be in the ‘You’ cast?
Penn Badgley stars in the series as Joe, so can’t really have a show without him back on board. In addition, we know that Victoria Pedretti is also returning as Love after making her debut in season two.
Other confirmed cast members for You season three, per Variety (opens in new tab), include Saffron Burrows as Love’s mother Dottie, Dylan Arnold (Theo) and Tati Gabrielle (Marianne) as series regulars. Other new additions to the cast include Michaela McManus, Shannon Chan-Kent, Ben Mehl, Christopher O’Shea, Christopher Sean, Bryan Safi, Mackenzie Astin, Mauricio Lara, Ayelet Zurer and Jack Fisher.
Fisher has been confirmed as playing a young Joe, so at the very least we know we will be getting some flashback sequences on Joe’s upbringing this season.
What to expect in ‘You’ season 3?
Season two offered some pretty momentous twists. After being confronted by Candace on Joe’s true nature, Love reveals her hidden darker side by killing her. Then she tells Joe that she is pregnant with his child and the two move into the Los Angeles suburbs together.
The new dynamic between Joe and Love will definitely factor into this season; Badgley said in a TV Line (opens in new tab) interview that in season three the two act more like arch nemesis than loving couple.
Joe will still be up to some of his usual tricks however, as the season two finale also previewed Joe’s next potential obsession, his new neighbor.
Also, as mentioned above, with the casting of an actor to play young Joe in flashbacks, fans will get more information on what contributed to making Joe the man that he is.
While no specific plot details or synopsis is available, we do have the title of the first episode of season three, per IMDb, called “And They Lived Happily Ever After.”
Catch up with You on Netflix.
Is there a 'You' season 3 trailer?
Netflix's first teaser trailer for You season three's was a release date announcement. While there is no actual footage from the upcoming season in the trailer, it drops a number of nuggets to excite fans.
But now we have the first full trailer for You season three, which you can watch directly below.
Will there be more 'You'?
Even before You season 3 debuted on the streaming service, Netflix announced that there will be a You season 4. No details beyond the fact that there will be another season were shared, so no clues as to how things will play out in the third season, or who may survive.
Michael Balderston is a DC-based entertainment and assistant managing editor for What to Watch, who has previously written about the TV and movies with TV Technology, Awards Circuit and regional publications. Spending most of his time watching new movies at the theater or classics on TCM, some of Michael's favorite movies include Casablanca, Moulin Rouge!, Silence of the Lambs, Children of Men, One Flew Over the Cuckoos Nest and Star Wars. On the TV side he enjoys Peaky Blinders, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, Saturday Night Live, Only Murders in the Building and is always up for a Seinfeld rerun. Follow on Letterboxd (opens in new tab).
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