If you’re a fan of You, then you’re in luck because Netflix just pushed back the release date for Season 4!
The gripping drama starring Penn Badgley as the sinister Joe Goldberg is still set to return in two parts.
However, the first part was originally scheduled to release on Friday, February 10, 2023, while the second part was scheduled to release on March 10, 2023.
However, the streaming giant has now revealed that the first part will be released on February 9th and the second on March 9th.
Okay, it’s only a day early, but Still this means less time to wait to find out what other villainous things Joe is willing to do in the name of love.
Reacting to the date change, fans on Twitter could barely contain their excitement as they shared a poster of Joe standing on a busy London street.
“I’m ready,” wrote one fan, while another tweeted, “These internal Joe monologues are going to go crazy again.”
But with months to go, you viewers are definitely not going to wait patiently.
While one fan accused Netflix of “playing with my emotions,” another said, “Though it feels like February is still a century away.”
In the meantime, we will watch seasons 1, 2 and 3.
In the fourth season, Joe will take on a new identity to start a new life in the English capital after the violent events of the third season.
As in Season 2, Mr. Goldberg will begin a new chapter by assuming the identity of Professor Jonathan Moore, using his impressive book knowledge to blend in with his new audience.
Although he promises that his “typical extra-curricular activities will be strictly professional”, and those who know Joe know what he is capable of.
In addition to the killer everyone loves to hate, Uncharted actress Tati Gabrielle returns as Joe’s short-lived lover, Marienne Bellamy.
In addition, new faces will appear in season 4 – and we are already horrified by their fate.
Former EastEnders stars Amy-Lee Hickman (Nadia) and Tilly Keeper (Phoebe) will make their Netflix debut as regulars on the show.
According to Deadline, Amy plays Nadia, who is a literature student and aspires to become a serious writer.
Meanwhile, Tilly plays Lady Phoebe. Star Louise Mitchell was revealed to have landed a role on the hit show last month when word got out that you were moving production to the UK.
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