From a surprise pregnancy to a new 'burbs address, the You Season 2 finale left viewers with a lot of questions. While at first it seemed like Joe (Penn Badgley) might have changed his murderous ways, the last few moments of Season 2 made it clear he hadn't fully reformed. Thankfully, it won’t be long before fans get to see what kind of twists and turns are ahead, because You Season 3 will release on Netflix on October 15. Until then, get a look at the trailer, cast, theories, and photos from the next chapter in this dark tale.
Season 2 left off with Joe Goldberg and Love Quinn (Victoria Pedretti) getting settled into a new life in the suburbs. After learning Love was just as depraved as he was, Joe had every intention of leaving her. Once he found out she was pregnant, however, he decided to stay. Although one may assume a baby would help Joe straighten out, from the looks of the Season 3 trailer, he’s still not ready to part ways with his deranged behavior. Joe continues to stalk and murder people, even in the suburbs with a new baby on board. Shocker. Love doesn’t seem to be adjusting any better, either.
While there are plenty of mysteries still lingering — like the wellbeing of Joe and Love’s child — viewers won’t have too wait too long for answers as Netflix will release Season 3 on October 15.
Here's everything we know about You Season 3 so far:
You Season 3 Trailer
The Season 3 trailer kicks off with the birth of Joe and Love’s adorable baby boy. Speaking to his child, Joe reveals he’s moved to the “soulless suburbs,” and married “the monster,” aka Love, all for the sake of his newborn. He mows the lawn and waves to neighbors, while Love meets new girlfriends, seemingly proving that the two may have adjusted to suburban life. Joe reassures his wife, “We’re just the normal neighbors next door.”
But, as the trailer goes on, it doesn’t take long before the new father is back to his twisted ways as Joe begins to fixate on his pretty new neighbor. This is the first time viewers get a look at Natalie, played by Michaela McManus, and Joe together. But it’s not just Joe whose gone rogue. Love is clearly having some major issues adjusting to motherhood, too.
The trailer teases more stalking, murdering, and arguing. And, the infamous glass box is back, too. Somehow, during all of this violence and chaos, they’re supposed to be raising a baby? The final scene ominously shows Joe and Love digging a ditch, with their son sitting in his car seat right next to them.
Let’s hope this baby is okay.
You Season 3 Photos
If you didn’t know any better, you’d probably think this photo of Joe and Love doting on their newborn son Henry was a glimpse into the life of a perfect family.
Joe’s infamous stalker cap is back, and this time he has a new accessory as well: his son Henry.
Joe and Love may have a new baby, but their first love will always be the glass box they use to contain anyone who finds out too much about them. Looks like the torture cube moved to the suburbs with the duo.
Tati Gabrielle will play the librarian Marienne in Season 3. We all know how much Joe loves a lady who shares his affinity for books...
It looks like Love will channel her affinity for baking into working at a bakery in her new community. Hopefully her sweet treats are good enough to impress Sherry (Shalita Grant), the social media-famous momfluencer who basically runs the neighborhood.
One of the most mysterious new characters is Matthew, played by Scott Speedman. The affluent CEO is described as being withdrawn from the public, and this first look at him is certainly suspicious.
You Season 3 Theories
As fans had a long wait ahead of this season, there have been plenty of You Season 3 theories circling the internet. Some viewers think the next season will shift focus to Love, making her the main character instead of Joe. Others think Ellie (Jenna Ortega) will expose Joe for who he is, or that Forty's (James Nicholas Scully) movie script will be the nail in his coffin.
The most popular theory, however, is that Love will turn into Joe's enemy. Badgley told TVLine: “He’s afraid of her at the end. Basically, it’s set up for Season 3 in a way where they would be each other’s arch nemesis.”
However Season 3 shapes up, with new faces joining the cast and the couple's strange suburban life, there's plenty to look forward to in what's sure to be another depraved season of You.
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