Netflix Releases Teaser Trailer For You Season 2
Netflix has released a teaser trailer for season two of You.
The streaming site confirmed the show's long-awaited return yesterday, announcing it would be back on 26 December. About bloody time.
But if you've not seen the first season of the show, you should probably stop reading now. This will spoil it for you.
Based on a novel by Caroline Kepnes, the first series was added to Netflix towards the end of last year. It follows bookstore manager Joe Goldberg (Penn Badgley) as he becomes wildly, worryingly obsessed with a woman called Guinevere (Elizabeth Lail).
The second season will be loosely based on the novel's sequel, Hidden Bodies, and will see Joe move from New York to Los Angeles.
But after months of patience, we've finally got a glimpse at some of the stars of the new season.
According to the show's official synopsis: "When we last saw Joe his heart was tragically broken and his past just caught up with him in the form of long-lost ex-girlfriend Candace (Ambyr Childers) - a woman now hell-bent on teaching him a lesson.
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"Season two finds him on the run from Candace - leaving New York City for his own personal hell: Los Angeles. He's fresh out of an intense relationship that ended in murder. The last thing he expects is to meet an incredible new woman but he's falling in love again - with a woman named Love (Victoria Pedretti). Is history repeating? Or will this time be the real thing? Joe's just crazy enough to risk finding out."
Season two will also star Ambyr Childers (Candace Stone), James Scully (Forty Quinn), Carmela Zumbado (Delilah Alves), Jenna Ortega (Ellie Alves), and comedian Chris D'Elia (Henderson).
Speaking about what fans can look forward to with the new season earlier this year, producer Sera Gamble told Cosmopolitan: "We'll be going into Joe's early life in season two, and naturally we want to know more and move around in his entire life.
"I will say that the whole time we're in the writers' room talking about what that story could be, or what flashbacks or glimpses into his life we might catch, this has been a guiding principle for us; he had a pretty terrible childhood and that does contribute to who he is as an adult.
"But we also wanted to make it clear that a lot of us had s***ty childhoods and most of us don't do what Joe Goldberg does - we're trying to walk that line."
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