You Season 3 Release date In 2021 | cast | plot | Trailer And More updates

By | December 8, 2020

After a lengthy production delay caused by a coronavirus, fans will be pleased to hear that season three of Netflix‘s scandalous thriller You is now back on track for release next year

The series follows Penn Badgley (Gossip Girl) as the sinister stalker Joe Goldberg and the women he becomes infatuated with, who often end up meeting a dark fate.

As a mammoth hit for the streaming service, it was little surprise when the series was renewed for a third season earlier this year, but filming was halted in March as COVID-19 began spreading across the Western world.

We already know season three will see the addition of Travis Van Winkle (The Last Ship) as a self-proclaimed Master of Self-Optimization, and Shalita Grant (NCIS: New Orleans) as a locally famous mother and social media influencer.

But mostly, fans will be keen to know what the future has in store for Joe and his new rival Love, played by Victoria Pedretti (The Haunting of Bly Manor), who was revealed to have murderous secrets of her own.

Caroline Kepnes, who writes the books on which You is based, recently announced that she had finished the third book in the series, so hopefully, that will provide some hints for what we can expect in the upcoming season.

You season 3 release date.

An official return date hasn’t been announced just yet, but Netflix did say that You season 3 will arrive at some point in 2021, with filming kicking off in February.

However, You Know What is causing chaos for TV and movie productions across the board, so we could be looking at the very end of the year, and even beyond that if things don’t improve.

But what is definitely happening is the release of the third book in the series, ‘You Love Me’, which will hit shelves on April 6, 2021.

“We’re not at the place in 2020 where we can talk about using visual effects to fake a kiss between Penn Badgley and Victoria Pedretti – that’s a separate issue and one we have to figure it out,” she added.

But before you fret, the cogs are in motion.

This is what Gamble had to say before the news was announced (via Cosmopolitan UK): “I will say that we have an idea for season three that is SO exciting that people talk about it in the [writer’s] room every day.”

After what happened at the end of season two, there’s certainly a lot to unpack, which brings us neatly to.

You season 3 cast

Affirmed cast individuals so far incorporate Gossip Girl’s Penn Badgley as lovesick chronic executioner Joe Goldberg and Victoria Pedretti (The Haunting of Hill House) as similarly deadly sweetheart Love Quinn.

As revealed by Deadline, we can anticipate a few new characters. While Travis Van Winkle will play a “Expert of Self-Optimization,” Grant will depict Sherry, a locally renowned “Momfluencer” fixated via web-based media.

We can likewise try speculating some different stars which may return however: Love’s sibling Forty Quinn (James Scully) could in any case have an influence, Will Bettelheim (Robin Lord Taylor), whose character Joe took in season three could show up, and there’s additionally every possibility Love’s companions Lucy (Marielle Scott), Sunrise (Melanie Field) and Gabe (Charlie Barnett) will in any case have an impact.

There’s likewise the chance of a return for Ellie Alves, with entertainer Jenna Ortega having told Insider, “I don’t think her storyline has completely run its course and I state this on the grounds that the scholars have been so splendid in the manner that they left endless potential outcomes open.”

Some characters definitely won’t be involved next time out though – having met something of a grisly end in series two – for example, Delilah (Carmela Zumbado) and Candace (Ambyr Childers) who were both murdered by Love.

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You season 3 plot

You centres on stalking sociopath Joe Goldberg (Penn Badgley), who repeatedly develops obsessions with young women – aspiring writer Beck (Elizabeth Lail) in season one before he turned his attentions to aspiring chef Love Quinn (Victoria Pedretti) in the second run.

WARNING: contains spoilers for You season two**

And the second series ended in a rather shocking manner – with Love revealed to have been behind the murder of both Delilah (Carmela Zumbado) and Candace (Ambyr Childers) – it looks as if Joe had met his match.

Season three looks to see the murderous couple come to terms with this revelation – as well as a certain shock pregnancy. The show seems to hint that Joe and Love will attempt to become a happy family unit, though we’re sure some killing is going to get in the way eventually.

Showrunner Patrick Gamble revealed to Entertainment Weekly, “The stakes are pretty high. I have endless inquiries concerning Love’s mom who’s unfathomably in the image toward the finish of the period, similar to the amount she truly thinks about her kids.

“We composed [the finale] trusting that we will get the occasion to recount more stories since we’re truly energized with the seeds planted toward the finish of season two.”

What’s more, co-maker and chief maker Sera Gamble has indicated that the third run could see a significantly all the more energizing storyline, revealing to Cosmopolitan UK: “I will say that we have a thought for season three that is SO energizing that individuals talk about it in the [writer’s] room regular.”

The two seasons one and two depended on books composed via Caroline Kepnes, and the writer has as of late declared that the third book – You Love Me – has been composed and is set for discharge in April 2021.

As per the book’s depiction, Joe is prepared to begin a family “regardless of whether it murders him”, and is “finished with Love”.

He leaves the city for a “comfortable island in the Pacific Northwest”, and meets another affection interest/expected casualty – custodian Mary Kay DiMarco.

“Joe won’t interfere, he won’t fixate. He’ll win her as it was done in the good ‘ol days… by giving a comforting presence, some assistance. After some time they’ll both mend their injuries and start their cheerfully ever after in this tired town,” the book prods.

“The difficulty is… Mary Kaye as of now has a daily existence. She’s a mother. She’s a companion. She’s… occupied,” it proceeds. “Genuine affection can possibly win if the two individuals are happy to account for the genuine article. Joe cleared his decks. He’s prepared. Also, ideally, with his consolation and undying help, Mary Kaye will make the best choice and account for him.”

It’s unclear whether season three of You will follow the events of the book, especially since the season two finale saw a dangerous Love still in the picture.

You season 3 trailer

There isn’t a trailer quite yet, but we’ll update this page when it drops. The trailer is usually released nearer the release date.

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