Netflix Confirms You Will Return For Third Season
If you’re anything like me and have already binged your way through stalking drama You season two, then I have some good news.
Joe Goldberg is up to his old tricks again and is officially coming back for a new season, Netflix has confirmed.
Taking to Twitter, Netflix UK wrote:
Breaking: You will return for a third season. As in, the show. Called You. Not *you*. You know?
Warning: This next part will contain some season two spoilers.
The announcement will come as no surprise to You fans, after the end of the second series hinted Joe (Penn Badgley) would be up to his old tricks, despite heading off for his white picket life with Love (Victoria Pedretti) and their unborn child.
Season two ended with Joe and Love moving to a quiet neighbourhood to start their new life together head of the birth of their daughter. But, just before the credits roll in, Joe can be seen spying over the fence toward the woman living next door, who lies on a sun lounger blissfully unaware of the tangled mess her life could be about to become.
Ever since its release, fans have been theorising over what the third season could entail, some people believing the mystery woman could even be Joe’s mum. However, Penn has since debunked that theory, telling Bustle the woman is ‘definitely not his mom, I can say that’.
Badgely didn’t give any further clues on who it could be, again leaving viewers with far more questions than answers. For example: Is she someone else from Joe’s past? Is it someone connected to one of his victims? Or is she a complete stranger we haven’t even been introduced to yet?
Now, after accidentally letting slip there would be a third series, it seems Netflix worked fairly quickly – not wanting to leave viewers hanging, or leave Badgley with the slip up, they’ve let him off the hook and confirmed You will be returning. Can’t wait.
You can stream You season one and two on Netflix now.
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