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Sep 26, 2022

‘You’ Returns For Season 4 On Netflix, Here’s What We Know

You made splashy viewership records when the first season left traditional cable and hit Netflix. Now the sleepy stalker hit is coming into it’s senior year with its fourth season.

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We’ve known that You would return for it’s fourth season since days before the third season dropped. Creators Sera Gamble and Greg Berlanti celebrated the news in a statement to Deadline(opens new tab). “It’s been thrilling to watch Penn [Badgley] bring Joe to creepy yet compelling life. We’re deeply grateful that Netflix has shown You such monumental support, and that people around the world have enjoyed watching Joe really get it all very wrong over the past 3 seasons,” said Gamble, adding, “The whole You team is excited to explore new, dark facets of love in season 4.”

You‘s forthcoming season will return next spring with a two-part drop. You seems to be taking a page out of hit counter-part Stranger Things season 4 playbook. Part 1 will premiere on February 10, 2023, followed by Part 2 a month later on March 10. Netflix’s fan TUDUM event revealed the dates along with a cryptic, Joe-voiced teaser introducing all of the new characters. Season four is taking us to London. Joe Goldberg has become Professor Jonathan Moore somehow. He has now devoted his life to academics and seemingly put his “extracurricular activities” on the backburner, though Marienne is still on his mind. She appears in the clip along with the rest of the season’s entirely new cast of students, aristocrats, and possible future victims.

The cast roster has been filling up in the past few month, with over a dozen actors joining Joe Goldberg’s orbit. The White Lotus actor Lukas Gage will play Adam, an American expat and entrepreneur who tries to live up to his magnate father’s expectations. Call the Midwife and Feel Good star Charlotte Ritchie plays Kate, a fiercely smart art gallery director who’s loyal to her friends and an “icy bitch” to everyone else, per Variety.