Everything You Need To Know About Season Two Of Netflix's You
Netflix's psychological thriller You has become a firm fan-favourite since dropping on Boxing Day.
The 10-episode series, based on a novel by Caroline Kepnes, stars Gossip Girl's Penn Badgley as twisted bookstore manager Joe Goldberg. Joe is managing the store in downtown New York when he meets Guinevere Beck (Elizabeth Lail), who he becomes wildly obsessed with. Like literally, worryingly obsessed.
In fact, it's already proven so popular that there's already talk about a second season.
It probably goes without saying, but if you haven't binged on the first series yet (what have you been doing?!) then just be warned that there are SPOILERS AHEAD.
Comprende? Excellent. Let's talk season two and what we know.
When is it coming?
We don't have a firm air date yet, but on Instagram the show teased: "All episodes of You now on @netflix. Season 2 coming soon."
While 'soon' is annoyingly vague, it's something to at least to cling on to. Fingers crossed 'soon' means we won't actually have to wait too long for our next fix... Yeah, we're looking at you, Game of Thrones.
Who's going to be in it?
We know that Badgley will be returning as Goldberg - but John Stamos' character Dr Nicky is still up in the air, with showrunner Sera Gamble admitting to fans it was 'too soon to say definitely whether John Stamos will return in season two'.
Speaking to The Hollywood Reporter, she added: "But we have been talking a lot about the character and we're excited to keep telling that story."
Bit non-commital, but we'll take it. Keeping us on our toes, eh?
Other characters who survived the first season and look set to return include Joe's ex-girlfriend, Candace (Ambyr Childers), his young neighbour Paco (Luca Padovan), bookstore worker Ethan (Zach Cherry), Paco's mother (Victoria Cartagena), Beck's friends Lynn (Nicole King) and Annika (Kathryn Gallagher), Beck's classmate Blythe (Hari Nef) and Peach's family, according to Digital Spy.
What's it going to be about?
The second season will be loosely based on the sequel novel Hidden Bodies, although it won't follow every detail.
In an interview, Gamble revealed Joe will be relocating to Los Angeles from New York to help to 'put his past behind him'.
"Joe can't stop looking over his shoulder," Gamble also told The Hollywood Reporter.
"The problem with hidden bodies is that they don't always stay that way. They re-emerge, like dark thoughts, multiplying and threatening to destroy what Joe wants most: true love.
"And when he finds it in a darkened room in Soho House, he's more desperate than ever to keep his secrets buried. He doesn't want to hurt his new girlfriend - he wants to be with her forever.
"But if she ever finds out what he's done, he may not have a choice."
You is available to stream now on Netflix.
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