YOU Season 4: Joe Goldberg’s Next has a release date.

You Season 4

YOU Season 4 is set to premiere on Netflix soon following its third season. Did you binge-watch Seasons 1 and 2 of ‘You’? Are you looking forward to the fourth season of You as well? Then there’s good news for you and bad news for Joe Goldberg‘s body count. Yes, you read it correctly: Netflix has announced that ‘You’ will return for a fourth season. Netflix issued a teaser on October 13th, despite the fact that no trailer has been released yet.

You Season 4


None of the cast members have been announced by Netflix, the producers, or the directors, but based on previous seasons’ theories, it can be assumed that Joe (played by Penn Badgley) is still alive and ready to kill a few more people. Love Quinn has already been blown apart by Joe, so it’s safe to assume she won’t be returning.

Things are less clear for Tati Gabrielle, who played artist/librarian Marienne, Joe’s season 3object of obsession.

Season 3 concluded with Marienne narrowly avoiding Love’s violent tendencies while also following her advice to leave Madre Linda and never look back.
And, if fans have their way, Cardi B herself may make an appearance in the fourth season of You.
Cardi and lead Badgley have recently become friends on social media, and Badgley was asked on Jimmy Kimmel if Cardi would be a part of the next season.

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What will happen in You Season 4?

Predicting what will happen in season 4 is a fool’s errand because You is distinguished by its jaw-dropping, incredible, and often implausible twists and turns. (However, Joe is very certain to murder someone.) Considered how Season 3 concluded, with Joe fabricating his own death (at the hands of his wife, Victoria Pedretti’s Love Quinn) and escaping to Paris in quest of Marienne.

“What would you do for love?” asks the series, which is based on Caroline Kepnes’ novel of the same name. The answer, according to Joe Goldberg (Penn Badgley), is to stalk women, gaslight them to death, and then bury them alive. Joe’s romantic obsessions invariably end up in a bodybag,

but Season Two concluded on a wonderful note when Quinn (Victoria Pedretti), Joe’s most recent love, reveals out to be just as crazy and vicious as he is. Joe promises to become a better man after learning that Love is pregnant with his child, but in the season’s last scene, his wandering eye is lured to an intriguing neighbour, much to Love’s dismay.

Now it’ll be interesting to see if Joe and Quinn can find their way back to each other or if they split up.
It’s most likely to be out in the fall of 2022. Until then, we’ll have to binge-watch Season 3 and keep our fingers crossed.

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