You Season 3 To Start Filming Next Month
You season three is set to restart filming next month.
It seems like an age since we last delved into the murky love life of Joe Goldberg. But according to reports, filming is expected to get underway in November.
While the news is yet to be confirmed by Netflix, entertainment insider Daniel Richtman has claimed work will start in the next few weeks, according to The Sun.
This comes after an insider on the show confirmed to LADbible that You was scheduled to return to production this autumn, so it is in line with recent reports.
Filming initially began earlier this year; however 2020 had different plans, as we soon came to realise.
Back in July, Caroline Kepnes, the author of the books behind the Netflix series, confirmed that she had finished the story for season three and was excited to share it with fans.
Writing on Twitter, the author said: "Yes, I finished writing the third Joe Goldberg book."
Adding later: "You3 is done and I know I keep saying 'soonish' but it's truly so done that I saw possible covers last week.
"Your patience in a pandemic means the world to me. Thank you for waiting! Soonish he's yours. Also spoiler alert. In You3 Joe bitches about the word 'soonish'."
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With a delay in filming due to the global pandemic, it's not clear when production will be completed and the series will be ready for airing.
Executive producer Sera Gamble joined LADbible earlier this year for an exclusive Ask Me Anything (AMA) on our Netflix Bangers Facebook group and revealed they were aiming to premiere the new season early next year - but that was before coronavirus put filming on hold.
She told fans: "We just opened the writers' room for season 3 of You.
"We're aiming for early 2021 but these things are always a little hard to pin down til we're close to ready. I will say: the new season is already BONKERS."
For those of you who aren't as au fait with You as the rest of us, the first season follows the story of Joe (Penn Badgley), a bookstore manager in New York, who after meeting customer Guinevere Beck (Elizabeth Lail), an aspiring writer, becomes infatuated with her - to a dangerous degree
He feeds his toxic obsession using social media and other technology to track her presence and remove obstacles to their romance.
Netflix declined to comment on speculation surrounding a production date when approached by LADbible.
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