Netflix’s You, is getting a lot of new cast members for the upcoming third season. One of them is from The Vampire Diaries and the other is from Netflix’s The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina. Michaela MacManus, who played Jules on The Vampire Diaries, will be portraying Natalie. Natalie, is Joe and Love’s next door neighbor who we’ve seen a glimpse of in the season 2 finale. Knowing Joe, he will develop a fascination with her. Even if Natalie has a husband, who is supposedly very powerful. Let’s see how Joe handles Natelie’s husband, and i’m sure it won’t be pretty.
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Also joining the cast is, Tati Gabrielle, who plays Prudence on The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina. She will portrayed a librarian who doesn’t taken any nonsense, named Marianne. Marianne, is also a young mother is trying to better life. Joe, sure does love to help people in these kind of situations, I can only imagine the relationship these two are going to have. Maybe Joe gets a job at the library, he sure does love books.
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A lot more stars are joining this cast from various different shows. Including, Ayelet Zurer, from Angels and Demons, Mackenzie Astin, from the Magicians, and Bryan Safi, from 9-1-1, along with many others. This new season of You, seems like it has a lot in store and will hopefully be a lot better than the last season. With these new characters, it doesn’t have a choice but to be amazing.
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