Joe Goldberg Is Back And We’re Dying To See What’s In Store

Joe Goldberg, or should we say, Professor Jonathan Moore, is back and it looks like you’ll have to dust off your baseball cap sooner than expected.

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With Part One of the hit Netflix series, YOU, now arriving on February 9th and Part Two following close after (March 9th), we’re getting 10 new episodes to satisfy our chilling mystery-obsessed selves. Based on the original books by Caroline Kepnes, the American psychological thriller Netflix television series, features the dangerously charming Joe Goldberg (Penn Badgley) and his adventure from an alluring New York bookstore manager, to an LA shop clerk, to an adoring suburban husband and father.

YOU's Penn Badgley as Joe Goldberg in episode 401 of YOU.
You. Penn Badgley as Joe Goldberg in episode 401 of You.
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Seasons 1-3 take us on a daring adventure as we follow Joe from New York to Los Angeles and eventually to Madre Linda, where we watch him chase after the answers to his questions and try to understand the motives of his madness. As he aims to get close to certain people in his life, his interests quickly become obsessions that cause him to repeat history and strategically remove all obstacles–and people–in the way of the life and love that he wants.

Although the synopsis for season 4 has yet to be released, what we do know is that our man of mystery now goes by Professor Jonathan Moore and is spending his time divulging in the world of academia in London. But with Joe, we all know it’s never that simple.

As Joe stated in a September teaser,

“Allow me to reintroduce myself. I’ve gone through a bit of refinement upon crossing the pond, and living in London had allowed me to bury the past if you will.”

We all know how Joe ‘buries’ the past and the suspense is killing us; all puns intended.

We’re on edge waiting to hear and see more of what’s to come in season 4 and can’t wait to share it with you as we get our hands on more of the dirty details. Here’s to hoping our awkward crush on our new favorite Professor, Jonathan Moore, doesn’t quickly become an obsession–it couldn’t be that bad, right?