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There's a couple of spoilers for the first season of You in this article, so if you haven't seen it and want to enjoy it spoiler free now is your chance to click away.
In the first-look snap, Joe Goldberg (played by Penn Badgley) is sat opposite his ex-girlfriend Candace (Ambyr Childers), who we all assumed was dead until she rocked up at the end of last season.
Hey bunnies. Here is your first look at YOU S2. pic.twitter.com/yPHxFrYxb4
- YOU (@YouNetflix) November 21, 2019
The second season will see Joe move from New York to Los Angeles to try and start a new life for himself.
There he will meet a new love interest called... erm, Love (played by The Haunting of Hill House's Victoria Pedretti).
For now, plot details are pretty scarce but, speaking to LADbible, You creator Sera Gamble has said its going to get even darker.
"At least one scene comes to mind that's gorier and scarier than anything we had in season one," she told LADbible.
Meet your match. YOU S2 December 26. pic.twitter.com/94M9xqvjJQ
- YOU (@YouNetflix) November 11, 2019
"Joe is new to Los Angeles fully intending to start over a new leaf and never being forced to do bad things again."
Teasing just how creepy it's going to get, she added: "Episode two of the season has my single favourite shot that I have been a part of in my entire career.
"My career is full of blood and gore and monsters. It's also beautifully shot and the director who shot the second episode lavished a lot of love. Joe is forced to do something he really doesn't want to do.
"Joe is always trying to be a good guy but yet somehow he's finding himself in these thriller, horror kind of situations. It's terrible for him but I think it's going to be so much fun for the audience."
Of course we all know what happened the last time Joe became involved with a woman, with poor Guinevere Beck (Elizabeth Lail) coming to her untimely end at his hands. So, what future awaits Love?
"Love is very different from Beck," Gamble told us.
"We were aware going into season two of the show, there was something very special about Beck the way that we told it in season one.
"We knew that it wouldn't be possible to repeat it as the audience is very much onto Joe now and will see through him. The way that Love enters his life is very different. His interest in her and his expectation is also very different. I think it will be fun and interesting."
You season two will land on Netflix on 26 December and the first season is streaming right now, if you want to catch up.