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Netflix releases You season four part two trailer

Netflix releases You season four part two trailer

The second half of the fourth season of You now has a trailer, and there's a big character making a return

Netflix has dropped the trailer for the second part of You season four. You can check it out in the video below:

The fourth season of You has been going down a storm with fans, with Joe - played by Penn Badgley - having relocated to London, but getting up to his old tricks.

Now, the second half of the season has a preview for fans to get excited about, as well as the news that it will touch down onto the streaming platform on 9 March.

That’s just a few short weeks away.

By the way, see if you can spot a big returning character in the trailer above.

Yes, that’s right - Love Quinn is back. Or so we think she is, anyway!

Joe is trying to start a new life, but is dogged by his murderous past.

Love was the focus of all of Joe’s attentions back in season two, before the pair got married and had a child in season three which is when everything started to go completely wrong at breakneck speed.

Well, it wouldn’t exactly be the same show if everything wrapped up nicely for a big happy ending, would it?

The guy is a serial killer, regardless of what you think, so he doesn’t deserve to be too happy.

Joe thought that he’d killed Love at the end of season three following her own killing spree, but now it looks like she could be back in Joe’s life, which is completely different now he’s in the UK.

So, is she really there, or a figment of his imagination?

Here’s quick warning - SPOILER ALERT - as we’re about to catch you up on what has happened so far in season four, so if you’re not up to date, don’t bother reading this.

Joe has managed to blag his way into a group of friends and a job at a university in London - seriously, are there no background checks?

Well, he’s got a fake name, but you’d still expect better from a seat of learning.

Anyway, Joe is embroiled in a murder mystery once again, this time after believing he killed a man called Malcolm while under the influence of alcohol, although it later turns out that the real killer is still out there.

Love was supposed to be dead, but here she is again.

That’s just the tip of the iceberg though, as others start to drop dead around Joe.

Eventually, he becomes the subject of blackmail from the real serial killer, who knows his true identity.

The hunter becomes the hunted, as they say.

Without getting too far into it - you’ve probably seen it already - there’s plenty to sort out in the second half of the series, and things are only set to get more complicated for Joe.

Again, he pretty well deserves it - he’s just not a great guy.

Once again, you’ll be able to see the second part of You season four on Netflix on 9 March, and this time perhaps we’ll find out the truth once and for all.

Featured Image Credit: Netflix

Topics: TV and Film, Netflix, You