You: Season 3 is a rejuvenating audience for Netflix!

“You” is an American psychological thriller television series. The series is developed by Greg Berlanti and Serra Gamble. Warner Horizon Television co-produced the series with A&E Studios and Alloy Entertainment. Season 1 (2018) is based on a 2014 novel by Caroline Kapens.

The story follows Joe Goldberg, a New York bookstore manager and serial killer. He is in love with Guinevere Beck who is a customer. He quickly develops delusional, extreme and toxic passions. Season 2 (2019) which moves to Los Angeles and falls in love with Love Quinn (Local Succession).

“You” Season 3 Hit Screen?

The series was renewed for season 3 by Netflix in January 2020. The series will be released in 2021 but no confirmation date has been announced. According to an Instagram update by Netflix, production has already started for season 3. A creepy photo of actor Badley was posted on the official Twitter account on November 2 with a face mask with the words: “Hello You”. The series is again set in California. Viewers will have to wait to know the exact release date.

“You” Season 3 Storyline?

Season 2 left viewers with many unanswered questions. There is speculation that Season 3 will answer all questions. In an interview, the producers said they had “a lot of questions about Love’s mother who is unbelievably in the picture at the end of the season, such as how much she really knows about her children”. Is this a sign that viewers are going to see too much of her in future episodes?

Another producer revealed that there may be a point where Joey’s luck follows during an interview with a Hollywood reporter. For a clearer picture of the season 3 storyline, viewers will have to wait until the story is officially announced.

“You” Season 3 Who Can All Be Seen?

Both Badley and Pedretti reprise their roles. Apart from this, not much information is available. There is speculation that most of the older artists will return but nothing is yet to be confirmed.

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