Netflix has ordered the third season of the American psychological thriller television series You for January 14, 2020.
It will continue Joe Goldberg's tumultuous relationship with Love, expecting his first kid in a new suburban home. Your series creators Greg Berlanti and Sera Gamble return as co-executive producers, and Gamble returns as showrunner. Penn Badgley, Victoria Pedretti, and Saffron Burrows have been promoted to series regulars and reprise their roles.
Shalita Grant, Travis Van Winkle, Dylan Arnold, and Tati Gabrielle are the new cast members.
After the second season, Joe's new neighbor, played by Michaela McManus, will be introduced.
On October 15, 2021, the ten-episode season will premiere.
In December 2020, the third season's production was suspended for two weeks due to the COVID-19 pandemic and resumed in February 2021.ding-explained-season-2-theories
In the third season, Joe and Love are married and raising their newborn son, Henry, in the Californian suburb of Madre Linda.
As their interpersonal dynamic takes a new turn, Joe continues to repeat the cycle of obsession with a developing interest in Natalie, their next-door neighbor.
This time, Love will reverse the script to ensure that Joe's compulsive behavior does not shatter her dream of having the perfect family.
a serial killer who moves into a relatively quaint suburb with his partner
Joe's pregnant girlfriend and the only remaining heir of the Quinn family
a locally famous mom influencer, admired by her social media followers for her well-crafted persona
a wealthy, charismatic, and self-proclaimed founder who runs his own supplement company
Love's grieving mother
a no-nonsense librarian who struggles with personal problems while trying to create a better future for herself and her young child
a college student with a strained relationship with his stepfather and who suffers from addiction issues
On January 14, 2020, Netflix renewed You for a 10-episode third season, almost three weeks after the second season began. Before the official announcement, lead actor Penn Badgley accidentally let slip that there would be a third season during an Entertainment Tonight interview. The third season's production began in February 2020 but was later halted owing to the COVID-19 epidemic. Production resumed in November 2020. Sera Gamble returned as showrunner and co-executive producer alongside Greg Berlanti, the series' co-creator.
Caroline Kepnes' books You and Hidden Bodies were loosely based on the first two seasons.
On April 6, 2021, Kepnes released his third book. However, it's unclear how much of the novel's plot will make it into the third season of You.
In an interview with FilmInk, Gamble was asked about the season that will follow the tale of the third book.
You'll be able to see the parallels when you read the book. But throughout season two, Joe and Love went in a few directions different than Caroline's books. The longer a TV show exists alongside a book or a book series, the more it sort of diverges.
California gave the series $7.2 million in tax credits for its third season.
The third season premiered on November 2, 2020, and was supposed to end in April 2021.
Production for the third season was delayed for two weeks on December 31, 2020, due to a surge in the COVID-19 pandemic.
Filming began again in February 2021 and was completed in April 2021.