The psychological thriller - which is one of the most-watched shows on the platform - will follow the creepy return of serial killer Joe Goldberg and his strange obsessions with the women he meets.
Millions of viewers were left stunned after the second series ended in the manner it did, but now - especially after waiting on that cliffhanger for two whole years - questions look like they will soon be answered.
The series ended with Joe and his pregnant girlfriend Love moving to a quiet neighbourhood as they start a new life together, but then Joe's attention turns to the mysterious person living next door.
You Season 3 premieres October 15 - FIRST LOOK: pic.twitter.com/suxue8ODeh
- Netflix (@netflix) August 30, 2021
With the new season on the horizon, we take a look at everything you need to know ahead of its release.
When is season 3 of You coming out on Netflix?
After waiting on a cliffhanger for almost two years, Netflix has dropped its latest trailer revealing that the third season of You will be back on Friday, October 15.
In the clip, Joe can be seen making a cake as he says: "People these days will name their kids anything to get attention.
"Despite your mother's background and your Glamma's determination to refer to you as forty reincarnated, I know better.
"A boy is not what we expected and I would be lying if I said the thought of a mini-me was purely exciting and not without... challenges.
"Let's just say I'm hoping you'll do as I say and not as I do. But for you, I change, I'll be a man you look up to.
"A man you'll be proud to call dad."
Who is in the You season 3 cast?
Penn Badgley and Victoria Pedretti will return in the new season and 12 other additional cast members will be joining them - including Scott Speedman, Saffron Burrows and Travis Van Winkle.
- Penn Badgely: Joe
- Victoria Pedretti: Love
- Scott Speedman: Matthew
- Travis Van Winkle: Cary
- Shalita Grant: Sherry
- Saffron Burrows: Dottie
- Dylan Arnold: Theo
- Tati Gabrielle: Marienne
- Michaela McManus: Natalie
- Shannon Chan-Kent: Kiki
- Ben Mehl: Dante
- Chris O'Shea: Andrew
- Christopher Sean: Brandon
- Bryan Safi: Jackson
- Mackenzie Astin: Gil
- Ayelet Zurer: Dr Chandra
- Jack Fisher: Young Joe Goldberg
- Mauricio Lara: Friend of Young Joe
Will there be a fourth season of You?
Author Carlone Kepnes is already working on book four in her You series, it should mean the producers have enough source material to chew on for a while yet.
With that said, executive producer Sera Gamble has teased the prospect of "several" more seasons, which leads us to believe that the upcoming third instalment won't be the last.
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