If you’re anything like me, you’ve been eagerly anticipating the next season of You since last October. Season 3 of the show, which is based off the book series You by Caroline Kepnes, was explosive to say the least. Filled with many twists, murder attempts, and counts of backstabbing, it left viewers on the edge of their seats. Further, Joe’s (Penn Badgley) mastermind plan to fake his own death seemingly went without a hitch, and the finale ended with him leaving for Paris in search of Marienne (Tati Gabrielle). Last season’s ending left lots to be excited about, and it looks like we won’t have to wait much longer!
Premiere Dates for You Season 4
First and foremost, Netflix has confirmed the premiere dates for season 4. The fourth season will be divided in half, with Part 1 releasing on February 10th and Part 2 on March 10th, 2023. Additionally, the poster features Joe pouring what appears to be blood out of a teapot. While this is definitely a nod to the show’s new setting in Great Britain, knowing Joe Goldberg it is also likely a hint at the murder and mayhem to come.
Teaser Video Revealed
Not only that, but Netflix also has released a teaser video of the season on their YouTube. The video of course opens with Joe’s iconic catchphrase, “Hello, you.” Through the teaser, we learn that Joe is now a professor living in London. Further, Joe claims to be a changed man, adding, “I’ve gone through a bit of refinement upon crossing the pond… Gone are the days of unrequited love and longing. This time around I’m focusing on academia and instruction while keeping my typical extracurricular activities strictly professional.” Pretty sure this isn’t the first time we’ve heard that spiel. *insert eye roll here*
In addition to this, we’re introduced to a cast filled with mostly new faces. While not much is revealed about what roles these newcomers will play, I won’t be surprised if Joe develops an unhealthy obsession with at least one of them. You can watch the video for yourself down below.
Netflix has also recently released first looks at Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story and season 3 of Emily in Paris. Clearly, we are about to get fed with great TV within the next few months. Personally, I could not be more excited.
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