Cast For You Season Two Has Been Confirmed
And fresh off the back of news it will be returning to our screens very soon, the cast has now been confirmed. So who's going to be in it?
It goes without saying that Joe - played by Penn Badgley - will be back, but I just have, and he is. So there.
The biggest addition to the roster is Victoria Pedretti, who was the star of another Netflix success, The Haunting of Hill House. She will take a central role in the new season, playing Love Quinn - an aspiring chef working as a produce manager in a high-end grocery store.
Speaking to Entertainment Weekly, the show's creator Sera Gamble said: "I will say that Love is a person he [Joe] could only have met after what happened between him and Beck [played by Elizabeth Lail in season one].
"And by the way, Joe is not out there looking for love. He's truly heartbroken by what has happened, and so what Love offers is a different kind of friendship and a different kind of relationship."
Pedretti will be joined by another new recruit, Marielle Scott, who will take on the role of Lucy, an edgy literary agent. Meanwhile Chris D'Elia, in a break from his usual job as a successful comedian, is set to play a - wait for it - struggling comedian.
These will star opposite Carmela Zumbado, Robin Lord Taylor, and Adwin Brown, who have also been confirmed.
Zumbado will play Delilah Alves, an investigative reporter who moves in next door to killer Joe, but as the series progresses becomes a little too interested in his life. Has she not seen the first series? You're playing with fire, m8.
James Scully - from Heathers, a reboot of the hit 1980s high school film - will play Forty Quinn, brother of Love, who according to reports will rival Joe in the psychopath stakes.
And Jenna Ortega - from Jane the Virgin - has been confirmed as taking on the role of Ellie, a streetwise teen, always looking for her next con.
However, one character who has yet to be given the green light for season two is fan favourite John Stamos, who played Joe's shrink Dr. Nicky first time round.
Speaking to The Hollywood Reporter, Gamble said: "It's too soon to say definitely whether John Stamos will return in season two but we have been talking a lot about the character and we're excited to keep telling that story."
And things are really moving ahead, with production already started on series two.
Netflix posted a photograph showing the cast together for their first read-through of the script.
The pics were uploaded alongside the caption: "And we're back! First table read for @YouNetflix Season 2!"
As it's still very early stages, we don't have a release date just yet but will be sure to keep you posted as soon as we know.
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