Anything incredibly unusual is Netflix’s YOU. Completely adapted from a collection of the same name books written by the American writer Caroline Kepnes, it allows us to relate to the mind of Joe Goldberg, a romantic psychopath.
We have seen him cheat, deceive and even kill in the minds of naive, upsetting, and oddly captivating victims, in addition to the first two seasons of his show. Although a presentation on this subject is more contentious, you are playing the Netflix chord with the viewer. The second season was seen 54 million times in the first month of broadcasting.
On the 14th of January, YOU Season 3 was confirmed with production tax credits raised by renewal to over $7 million. We will continue to explore Joe’s and his new partner Love Quinn (Victoria Pedretti) ‘s beautiful lives. After the sudden end of the second season, we break down when the 3rd season begins in Netflix and recap all of the new episodes.
Release Date Of YOU Season 3:
For the third season, YOU have been officially renewed, containing ten episodes that will debut at Netflix in 2021.
Breaking: You will return for a third season. As in, the show. Called You. Not *you*. You know?
— Netflix UK & Ireland (@NetflixUK) January 14, 2020
Although you condemn viewers for a whole year before they can check back with Joe and Love, it is good to know that a new season takes place at a certain age when Netflix broadcasts the show.
Cast Details Of YOU Season 3:
Since it is not known until the production will begin in season 3, only two returning cast members are confirmed: Badgley will come back as Joe and Victoria Pedretti as Love.
Love’s Joe’s continued presence in life was very definite about how the second season ended in an unsanitary relationship with the couple. Ideally, we shall also see the return of Quinn’s family and friends from season 2 for an extended period.
Plot Details Of YOU Season 3:
Season 2 of YOU gave us many answers to the questions. One of the questions was exactly what happened between Candace and Joe and what kind of “pending issues” they wanted to talk with the latter first. This may have been the case now, but it left us with a lot of doubts, making it a great show.
But the most significant moment is that of the Queen of Love, who was responsible for the assassination of Joe’s neighbor, Delilah. He also killed Candace to complicate things and showed no remorse or regret at her passing, as she decided to deny the relationship between her and Joe.
Joe and Love described the situation as if he was going through some bad karma or as if he were in a cage. He was probably afraid that it might cause problems to move on, and he would certainly not even think twice if it were not for his unborn child.