Yep, capital letters and everything, which is a promising typographical choice if ever there was one.
Having been asked by one fan when the new season will be released, Gamble not only gave us a rough date for the third series' debut, but also divulged a little info concerning what to expect.
She replied: "We just opened the writers' room for season 3 of You.
"We're aiming for early 2021 but these things are always a little hard to pin down til we're close to ready. I will say: the new season is already BONKERS."
The capital letters came back in full force further into the AMA, when Gamble was asked just how dark the show's sinister lead character Joe will go in season three.
Her answer was simple, and very, very ominous: "DARK."
The show stars Penn Badgley as menacing but charismatic serial stalker Joe/Will (he likes to go by a few different names, y'see).
Just weeks after the second series dropped on Netflix, the streaming site confirmed season three was a goer.
Breaking: You will return for a third season. As in, the show. Called You. Not *you*. You know?
- Netflix UK & Ireland (@NetflixUK) January 14, 2020
While we don't have an exact release date as it's early days yet, at least we do know the third instalment is due to be with us in early 2021 - a while to go yet, but we'll take it.
Last week Gamble also revealed that production had started on round three, tweeting: We've started work on season 3. Just thought you'd want to know. #YouNetflix."
We've started work on season 3. Just thought you'd want to know. #YouNetflix pic.twitter.com/Ih9MQl9BqU
- Sera Gamble (@serathegamble) February 7, 2020
It seemed as though Penn Badgley was so excited at the prospect of season three that he spilled the beans a little too early in an interview with Entertainment Tonight.
The 33-year-old actor seemed to slip up while discussing the possibility of a female killer being found out in the current series, saying: "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 before adding: "I literally know nothing about the third season."
Well, Badgely, it's all out in the open now, so it looks like you'll need to strap in for the 'BONKERS' ride. We're excited.
You season two is currently available to watch on Netflix. The third season is due in 2021.
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