Netflix has renewed You for Season 3, the company announced Tuesday. Since you all binged that in a horny frenzy so quickly, however, they've chose to give Penn Badgley another chance to play the creepy Joe Goldberg.
The psychological thriller, based on the books by Caroline Kepnes, failed to make an impact when it first premiered on Lifetime in the United Stated, but once it reached Netflix in 2018 it was an instant hit.
Season 2 of the series will be loosely based on the second novel in the series, Hidden Bodies, which will follow Goldberg as he travels to Los Angeles and meets aspiring chef Love Quinn, who is uninterested in social media the way his previous love interest was.
You season 2 spoilers below.
YOU Season 2's final scene certainly opened the door for Season 3. "As much as people love him, he deserves that pressure, he deserves to feel in trouble". Thus, unsurprisingly, they're the only ones confirmed right now. You's second season ranked at No. 5 on Netflix's top ten list of its most popular series in 2019, just days after its release.
You has received mostly positive reviews from critics over both of its seasons, though in his review for Variety, Daniel D'Addario wrote, "By the time this new season ends, setting up a third mad pursuit of a woman to seduce and destroy, viewers could be forgiven for feeling a bit exhausted of being addressed by an ever-less-charming killer, one who's become tiresome company".
The last scene of season two sees the happy couple moving in together to start a new life, and within five minutes Goldberg is back to his normal antics.