Some great news: Netflix Original You is coming back for a fourth season on Netflix.
Yes, that’s right: cold-blooded serial killer and stalker Joe Goldberg is in England for the latest installment of his dangerous obsessions. Love, on the contrary, is dead, as Joe drew his relationship with her to a close especially dramatically - even for him - burning her in a house fire and cutting off his own toes at the end of season 3.
So, here’s every single thing we know as yet about what’s coming up for the series’ future, in addition to when the release date might be and when we may be able to see a trailer.
When is You Season 4 coming out?
So far, while there hasn’t been an entire trailer out, we have been treated to a very brief teaser that was released by Netflix.
Filming on You season 4 began in March and is prospectively due to wrap in July. Season 3 first came out in October 2021, with filming having wrapped that April – so we can anticipate a premiere for season 4 around February 2023.
It’s also likely that this won’t be the last of You. Netflix hasn’t confirmed a season 5, but it hasn’t been ruled out, so we can assume there’s a possibility we could see even more of You after the next season.
Who is in the cast?
We have the knowledge that Joe (Penn Badgley) is back for season 4, and we’re also expecting some flashbacks from his past.
Love (Victoria Pedretti) was set on fire inside her and Joe’s suburban residence in season 3, but a few fans have formed theories that, because you don’t see Love’s body literally burn to death, she could have gotten away and still be alive. Even if she really is dead, she could still appear in potential dream sequences and flashbacks, so there’s a question mark over whether Pedretti will make a surprise appearance.
The full cast hasn’t yet been released, but the roster has been filling up slowly with more than a dozen actors joining the world of Joe Goldberg. Prepare yourselves for a brand new cast including:
- Penn Badgley as Joe
- Tati Gabrielle as Marienne
- Lukas Gage as Adam
- Charlotte Ritchie as Kate
- Tilly Keeper as Lady Phoebe
- Amy Leigh Hickman as Nadia
- Ed Speleers as Rhys
- Brad Alexander as Edward
- Niccy Lin as Sophie
- Aidan Cheng as Simon
- Stephen Hagan as Malcolm
- Ben Wiggins as Roald
- Eve Austin as Gemma
- Ozioma Whenu as Blessing
- Dario Coates as Connie
- Sean Pertwee as Vic
- Alison Pargeter as Dawn
- Adam James as Elliot