You Star Adwin Brown Thinks The New Season Is Even Better Than The First
If you're a fan of Netflix's spooky stalker series You, then you're no doubt counting down the days until the show returns for a second series on 26 December. Well, here's some good news for you - Adwin Brown, one of the stars of the second season, assures us this new set of episodes will be edgier, darker and better than everything we've seen so far.
Given the nature of some of the content in the first season, that's a big shout.
Speaking to LADbible, Brown assured us: "Was there anything that shocked me? Yeah, for sure. The ending of the whole season for one.
"It [season two] is definitely darker and edgier than season one. I think that comes with the freedom of not being a cable show.
"Season one was originally on Lifetime, the fact that were streaming on Netflix now there's a lot more freedom. The writers definitely elevated the show, it's definitely gorier and edgier. 100 percent.
"Yeah, I think it's better. It's just an elevated version. All of the things that people liked in season one, all those nuances are going to be elevated and pushed harder in season two, absolutely."
So, where do we find ourselves this time out?
Well, Brown stars as Calvin, a high-end grocery store boss introduced in the new season who ends up developing a relationship with Penn Badgley's Joe.
Of course, Joe has now moved across the country to Los Angeles from New York, and has changed his name to Will in an attempt to escape his dark past.
It doesn't take a genius to work out that it'll eventually catch up with him.
Even fans of the original books won't be able to work out what is going to happen this time out. Brown explained that, while the first season was fairly close to the content of the books, this season will be a bit different.
He said: "The first season of the show - I was told by the producers - is about 80 percent following the books.
"The second season they're taking a lot more liberties, so I'd say it's about 50 percent following the books because I think they want people who have read the books to still be shocked and surprised by what happens.
"There's a lot of themes and ideas in the books that they took but they also took liberties to curve things and still leave people surprised."
As for what those surprises are, we'll just have to wait and see.
Season two of You is released on Netflix on 26 December.
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