Penn Badgley 'Unofficially' Reveals You Season Three Is On The Way
It's only been available to watch for three days, but it would seem that plans are already underway for a third season of You.
Yep, while it's quite early to be banking on another season of the hit Netflix series, the show's star Penn Badgley, who plays the menacing Joe/Will, appears to have let the cat out of the bag. Oh dear.
Speaking to Entertainment Tonight, the actor slipped up while discussing the possibility of a female killer being found out in the current series.
The 33-year-old said: "She doesn't appear to be the same kind of person. She doesn't appear to be the same kind of predator. She doesn't appear to be the same kind of... you know, dare I say, in the third season - oh, god!"
Realising his mistake, Badgley slapped his head. But it didn't take long for the reporter to jump on it and press him more on the possibility of a third season.
The actor went on: "I literally know nothing about the third season."
The reporter then asked: "Are we going to get a third season?"
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Giving in, Badgley then nods as he says: "Technically I can't... I mean, like, unofficially?"
And with the reviews the second season has received since it aired on Boxing Day, it's hardly a surprise they're already talking about a third.
There has been a lot of hype surrounding the latest instalment to the series, especially considering the first was such a smash hit.
It seems like the creators and writers have struck the perfect balance between creepy and enthralling with the main character, Joe Goldberg, played by Penn Badgley.
One person on social media wrote: "You season 2 is so good, haven't finished yet but I can definitely say they really did a good job. The plot is so absurd but all the characters are SO interesting. Candace is the baddest bitch, I love her."
Another added: "Help, I can't stop watching You season 2. I am glued to my bed all night."
While a third said: "Just finished the new season of You. Yes I've been up since 3am and wasn't gonna sleep until I've finished... and let me tell you... that damn Joe."
The show is based on the novel by Caroline Kepnes and the first season followed bookstore manager Joe Goldberg as he became dangerously obsessed with an aspiring writer named Guinevere Beck (Elizabeth Lail).
LADbible has contacted Netflix for comment regarding a third series.
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