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Netflix has shared a first look at the upcoming third season of You - including a shot of what looks to be Joe and Love's baby.
Earlier today, Netflix announced the third season would be landing on 15 October and now they've teased fans with some first-look photos.
As yet, it seems the new images don't give us a glimpse of whoever it was Joe appeared to have his eye on through the garden fence at the end of season two, so it looks like we'll have to wait a bit longer to get to the bottom of that mystery.
However, what we do know - thanks to a teaser trailer released today, is that Joe - played by Penn Badgley - and Love - played by Victoria Pedretti - are set to have a baby boy named Henry.
In the teaser, Joe can be heard talking about how he hopes the new-born doesn't turn out like him.
Well, Joe - I'm not sure you'd want him to turn out like his mum, either, to be honest.
As you can imagine, fans are delighted with the teaser images with one person saying: "I'm so excited!"
Someone else wrote: "This show is like a car wreck, you can't help but watch!"
While a third person commented: "I love YOU @netflix I CANNOT WAIT UNTIL OCTOBER 15!"
Fans of You have had to wait a bit longer than anticipated to find out what's in store for Joe and Love due to the coronavirus pandemic putting a halt to filming.
But don't worry - the show's co-creator Sera Gamble has hinted that it will definitely be worth the wait.
She told fans there 'there's lots to come' with the new mystery neighbour seen at the end of the second season.
Gamble made the revelation during a virtual chat with Penn Badgley, as they watched and discussed some of the best moments of season two.
Reflecting on the moment when Joe peeks through the fence at his new house towards the unknown woman, Badgley said: "I want to ask you about what we're going to do here but you can't really tell us."
To which Gamble replied: "It's pretty obvious when we were filming this that we were careful not to show too much of her because that role hasn't technically been cast yet. But there's lots to come with that neighbour."
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