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‘You’ Season 4: Netflix Release Date & What To Expect

‘You’ Season 4: Netflix Release Date & What To Expect

Netflix confirmed that 'You' has started filming in London, which is a good sign.

The psychological thriller You left everyone biting their nails at the end of Season 3. After leaving the season-end on a major cliff hanger, the show it simply won't let you sit calmly until its new season is out.

As we reported earlier, You is all set to return with Season 4. Season 3 introduced us to an unlikely family man, Joe Goldberg. However, his family-oriented persona ends just as quickly as the season. By the end of Season 3, Joe Goldberg is once again free from the self-imposed shackles of family life.



 

Unfortunately, there has been no announcement for the new season's release date but Netflix did announce the making of Season 4. According to the theories online, the season might be releasing in February 2023 but nothing is confirmed by the streaming platform. All this is purely based on the assumption that the filming of Season 4 will wrap up around July 2022. We'd expect to see it in the latter half of 2022, though it could, of course, be 2023 if the gap between Season 2 and Season 3 is anything to go by.



 

Netflix confirmed that You has started filming in London though, which is a good sign. Penn Badgley—who plays Joe—told Entertainment Tonight on 7 June 2022 that they had finished filming the first four episodes. Smartly keeping the plot details under tight wraps, Badgley said, "The tone is similar but it's shifting in that there is a different format. We're using a different format. It's almost like we're shifting the genre slightly. And I think it works."



 

But showrunner Sera Gamble might have dropped a spoiler about Season 4. In an interview with Gamble, EW pressed on the idea of Season 4 being set in Paris. “It could. I think Joe is great when he’s in an environment that’s not natural to him, that’s foreign to him. So literally foreign could be very cool. And it’s a big, wide world out there. That’s something I’ve learned from watching Netflix, where I’ve been watching shows from lots of other countries lately. It’s the thing about being in a pandemic. You’re home. You can barely go down the street, much less get on a plane. And I have to say, it’s made us want to explore more of the world in any way we can,” Gamble said.



 

Keeping up with the cast, Penn Badgley will return as Joe Goldberg and Tati Gabrielle is back as Marienne. The rest of the main cast is made up of new additions. First up is Euphoria's Lukas Gage who plays Adam, Feel Good star Charlotte Ritchie is Kate, Tilly Keeper plays Lady Phoebe (Kate's best friend), Amy-Leigh Hickman is Nadia, an outspoken literature student and, Ed Speleers is Rhys, an irreverent author. Additionally, Niccy Lin, Aidan Cheng, Stephen Hagan, Ben Wiggins, Eve Austin, Ozioma Whenu, Dario Coates, Sean Pertwee, Brad Alexander, Alison Pargeter, and Adam James have also been cast in recurring roles. 

While we wait for You Season 4, you can add a few shows to your watch list by scrolling through our list of Some Of The Best TV Shows You Can Watch Right Now On Netflix.

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