The long-awaited third season of the suspense series You is about to premiere on Netflix. However, fans will not be in suspense about whether or not he will return later because The streamer has already renewed his successful title for a fourth season. The announcement was made on Twitter and YouTube, a platform in which a disturbing video is attached very much in line with the psychotic tendencies of the production starring Penn Badgley.
In the video, the conflicted Joe Goldberg (Badgley) proclaims in a batch of edited cuts that “I just want to be good enough for you”, with all and his characteristic tone of voice that has so mesmerized his millions of followers. Likewise, you can see various flashbacks with characters such as Beck, Candace, and Peach, who remind us of the harrowing events of the last two installments.
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The last time we saw Joe in You, he was forced to move to the suburbs to raise his new family, after his girlfriend Love revealed that she was pregnant. While Goldberg has faced various insanities, including multiple murders and kidnappings, being a father could be his biggest challenge to date.
What will we see in the third season of You?
In the third season of You, Joe and Love, now married and raising their baby, have moved to Northern California, specifically to the enclave of Madre Linda, where they are surrounded by insider tech entrepreneurs, prejudiced blogging moms, and biohackers. Although the protagonist is committed to his new role as husband and father, he fears Love’s lethal impulsiveness.
And then there’s her heart. Could the woman you’ve been looking for all this time live right next door? Escaping from a cellar cage is one thing. But the prison of a perfect marriage to a woman who knows her tricks? Well, that will result in a much more complicated escape.
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When does the third season of You premiere?
The third season of You, consisting of 10 episodes, will hit Netflix screens next Friday, October 15.