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The trailer shows Joe (Penn Badgley) and Love (Victoria Pedretti) welcome their new child and sack off all the murdering and stalking for a quiet life in the suburbs.
But of course, Joe is soon back on the stalking and this time, the object of his obsession is his neighbour Natalie (Michaela McManus).
This goes about as well as expected and we soon see Joe disposing of a body, with Love clearly not taking Joe's wandering eye lying down.
WARNING: SPOILERS FOR YOU SEASON 2 TO FOLLOW
We pick up the new season after Love's brother, Forty, figured out Joe's identity - and more importantly, what he'd done.
After finding out, Forty decided to go after the killer himself.
However, just before he was able to pull the trigger to get rid of Joe forever, a cop who had been tailing them shot Forty, killing him.
So once again, every obstacle has been removed from psychopath Joe's way.
Users on social media have been absolutely buzzing with excitement for the new, upcoming season.
One user wrote: "I've been waiting for so long if u don't give Ellie screen time and a good story line i will Fr be mad."
A second user added: "I got goosebumps we got OBX MH & YOU let's go MZB."
Whilst a third wrote: "Will love poison joe or will joe poison love I HAVE SO MANY THEORIES AHH."
A final user concluded: "Anything to do with wolves and I'm blocking you."
There have been delays to the third instalment of the show due to the Covid-19 pandemic, however, fan's excitement has shown no signs of stopping.
Meanwhile, the show's co-creator Sera Gamble explained that 'there's lots to come' with the new mystery neighbour seen at the end of the second season, for starters.
Gamble made the revelation during a virtual chat with the star of the show, Penn Badgley, as they watched and discussed some of the best moments of season 2.
Reflecting on a clip in which Joe peeks through his fence at the unknown woman, Badgley said: "I want to ask you about what we're going to do here but you can't really tell us."
To which Gamble replied: "It's pretty obvious when we were filming this that we were careful not to show too much of her because that role hasn't technically been cast yet. But there's lots to come with that neighbour."
We wouldn't expect anything less!
Season three of You drops on Netflix on 15 October.
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