The TV series You is about to return on Netflix with the third season: here are all the details related to the plot and the release.
You is the TV series that has conquered the Netflix audience and tells the story of Joe Goldberg, played by Penn Badgley, an angel-faced bookseller behind whom hides a stalker and a serial killer. The series is articulate and controversial, full of twists and turns and tension. And that's probably its strength.
According to the latest news, You is about to return to streaming. The third season will be adrenaline-pumping and will allow the audience to follow the events of Joe and Love. Inspired by Caroline Kepnes' novels, the series may follow the plot of the new book. However, some sources admit that although the inspiration is literary, the show will take on a certain independence, telling the events from a completely new point of view. There will be no shortage of adrenaline-pumping moments and high tension: let's not forget that this is an increasingly mysterious series. All that remains is to wait for the official release date.
Trama You 3: what it will be about
Once again the protagonists will be Joe and Love (Victoria Pedretti). At the end of the season we had left them in Los Angeles, about to start a new life together, along with their baby on the way. Joe now looks at Love differently, maybe he's afraid of it, because he glimpses so many shadows and secrets that he can't discover.
According to the previews, the third season will focus more on the character of Love, a controversial and unpredictable character, capable of terrible crimes. On the other hand, Joe will continue to have stalking manias especially when his woman moves away. At the same time, Joe will become infatuated with his neighbor, Natalie, played by Michaela MacManus.
The series takes more and more dark shades and of the psychological thriller, but at the same time dynamics related to family drama are developed.
You 3 release: when the third season comes out
You was renewed for a third season in January 2020, and a photograph released by showrunner Sera Gamble hinted that work had just begun.
But the pandemic halted filming right away. Amid difficulties and delays, production wrapped about a month ago. The series will be released the last quarter of 2021, according to what Netflix CEO Ted Sarandos revealed with the following statement:
"What happened, in the first part of this year, was that many of the projects we hoped to release online were delayed due to post-production delays caused by the pandemic.
We think, however, that we'll be able to return in the second half of the year, certainly in the fourth quarter, with some of our most popular shows like The Witcher, You and Cobra Kai."
So, after the Covid-19 issues, the major pending Netflix productions will come to light in the coming months, namely between October and December 2021. All that remains is to wait for the official release date. In the meantime, you can stream many similar TV series on You.