A trail of dead bodies is left in Joe Goldberg’s wake as he continues to fall hopelessly in love with women in Netflix’s “You,” which follows our favorite romantic serial killer. Joe has made significant progress in season 3, he is now married and has a newborn child, but old habits are hard to break, and he still obsesses over finding the ideal partner.
Since its debut season, the Sera Gamble and Greg Berlanti-created program has consistently won praise from both critics and audiences, and it continues to have a devoted global fan base. If you’re like us, you can’t wait to see where Joe goes next after Season 3’s, particularly brutal finale. So let’s get started. Here is all the information we have about “You” season 4.
You Season 4 Release Date
Season 3 of “You” debuted on Netflix on October 15, 2021. Each of the season’s ten episodes, with a runtime of about 50 minutes, was released at the same time.
Fans will be glad to know that we can expect to see more of Joe Goldberg’s romantic adventures in the upcoming season. On October 13, 2021, just days before the start of season 3, Netflix approved the release of season 4. Sera Gamble, the creator of the series, and Greg Berlanti, her co-creator, discussed season 4 as soon as they began working on season 3, according to a recent interview.
She didn’t provide any further information, but she did say that season 4 will explore fresh, sinister aspects of love and be just as explosive as its predecessors. Don’t hold your breath waiting for the season 4 premiere of “You,” as it seems like the show has a lengthy production schedule. A season of the show has typically been delayed by more than a year before being released. So, if it starts filming soon, we can anticipate seeing “You” season 4 sometime in the middle or at the end of 2022.
You Season 4 Storyline
The third season ends with a pivotal confrontation between Joe and Love, in which the latter loses his life. Then Joe abandons his son in the care of a kind couple before destroying his home while Love and two of his toes are still inside. As a result, he is assumed to be dead. Joe was last seen in Paris, blending in with the crowd and seeking to start over.
Seasons 2 and 3 of the television series “You” are loosely based on the 2016 book “Hidden Bodies,” one of a series of books by Caroline Kepnes. Season 4’s plot may be inspired by the 2021 suspense novel “You Love Me,” which is the following book in the series.
Joe will almost certainly leave California and begin a new life elsewhere in the upcoming season. Our hero might relocate to the Pacific Northwest and try to woo his next muse without using his usual illegal methods, depending on how closely the season follows Kepnes’ books. Therefore, in the future, we might just witness a change in Joe.
Fans can expect more murderous antics from the main character as well as glimpses into his past in addition to the obvious central dilemma of a romantic serial killer. In the same way that Candace was haunted by the ghost of her ex-husband in season 2, Joe might now experience the same in the upcoming season 4.
You Season 4 Cast
Joe Goldberg, who plays the show’s main character, is portrayed by Penn Badgley, and Love Quinn, who plays his wife, is played by Victoria Pedretti. Ambyr Childers (Candace Stone), Elizabeth Lail (Guinevere Beck), Shalita Grant (Sherry Conrad), Travis Van Winkle (Cary Conrad), Tati Gabrielle (Marienne), Dylan Arnold (Theo), Scott Speedman (Matthew Engler), Michaela McManus (Natalie Engler), Shannon Chan-Kent (Kiki), and Ben Mehl make up the rest of the cast (Dante).
Fans of “You” are already familiar with Joe’s propensity to relocate and start over in new cities. Although the season 4 cast has not been officially announced, as with previous seasons, we can almost certainly anticipate a number of new cast members to join the show’s cast. Love, played by Victoria Pedretti, may still show up in flashbacks despite dying in season 3. As a result, Pedretti might also appear in season 4.
Where To Watch You Season 4 Online?
You can watch it on Netflix just like in its other seasons. Netflix is an OTT platform just like Hotstar, Amazon Prime, and Hulu.