The new season of "You" will feature 10 episodes.
Season 2 of "You" left us with Joe Goldberg (a truly psychotic Penn Badgley) peering through the fence at his neighbour and returning to his old stalker ways - never mind that his equally psychotic girlfriend Love Quinn (Victoria Pedretti) was pregnant with their unfortunate child.
Netflix is bringing You back for a third season.
In the second season, Joe Goldberg (Penn Badgley) moves from NY to Los Angeles to escape his past, and starts over with a new identity.
If you've been endlessly stalking your news feed for updates on the future ofYOU after that Season 2 finale twist, your moment has come!
Gamble and Berlanti are returning as executive producers for You season 3, with Gamble serving as showrunner.
On 26 December 2019 Netflix launched the second season of the show globally to great fanfare and even better reviews.
Looks like you will be seeing a lot more of Joe, the creepy stalker.. Although Joe seemed to be acclimating to his new life in the suburbs and the major responsibilities ahead (first comes love, then comes marriage, then comes. you get it), his eye was also wandering to the woman to next door, who became the new "YOU" in his last meandering inner monologue.
Netflix will announce more cast members later. The first season originally aired on Lifetime before moving over to Netflix and becoming a Netflix original for season 2. "We would move the lens for a Season 3, because one of the things that we like about this show is that Joe dives into a different fishbowl every season..." "Basically, it's set up for Season 3 in a way where they would be each other's arch nemesis".