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You season four is being split into two parts because viewers will need time to 'process it'

You season four is being split into two parts because viewers will need time to 'process it'

Hello, you. It's time to meet the Professor. You'd better be ready, because this time it's going to be intense.

The creator of Netflix's incredible series, You, has revealed why they've decided to split the upcoming season into two parts.

You writer Sera Gamble shared a few sneak peeks and exciting tidbits to tease season four.

She revealed the next instalment will be split into two parts to give audiences a bit of breathing space.

In an Instagram post following Netflix's fan event Tudum (get it? It's the sound that comes up with their logo just before you start an episode or movie), Gamble revealed that fans will likely relish a bit of a break from Joe, who will also be known as Professor Jonathan Moore in season four.

"Meet Professor Jonathan Moore," Gamble said on Instagram.

"You season four part one premieres February 10, 2023. Part two premieres March 10, 2023."

She added: "Trust me, you’ll need the time to process… and maybe place a few friendly bets about where it’s all going."

Fans, naturally, were lapping it up.

One user said: "It needs to be February TODAY."

A second added: "Aaahhhh! Can’t wait!"

A third just played it cool with: "Hello, professor."

Badgley, 35, also confirmed that You season four will be set out differently compared to past seasons.

"The tone is similar but it's shifting in that there is a different format. We're using a different format," he told Entertainment Tonight.

"It's almost like we're shifting the genre slightly. And I think it works." 

In the teaser trailer, Joe reveals he's 'gone through a bit of refinement since crossing the pond'.

It seems Joe is taking advantage of his extensive knowledge of literature (as we doubt he'd be allowed to teach his other interests).

"Living in London has allowed me to bury the past, if you will," Joe says. "I'm focusing on academia and instruction, while keeping my typical extra curricular activities strictly professional."

Joe continued: "One must make time to exchange ideas with like-minded colleagues. Unfortunately, with friends in high places, there usually come others attempting to climb that social ladder."

But it seems our favourite stalker-murderer is far from a changed man, mentioning some who are 'falling to their social death', before correcting himself to say he means 'pushed'.

He then adds: "The question is, by whom?"

We don't know about you, but the trailer makes us want to say 'cheerio' before hopping on a double decker bus on the merry old streets of London.

One thing is for certain, though. Joe Goldberg is about to become London's greatest night stalker since Jack the Ripper himself.

Featured Image Credit: Netflix/YouTube.

Topics: You, Netflix, London, UK News, News, TV and Film