Netflix Confirms ‘You’ Season 3 Is Officially Coming Soon
*This article contains major spoilers about You season two*
And now, Netflix has finally promised to deliver the goods, sharing a picture of a creepy looking Joe Goldberg alongside the caption: "New Year, New (season of) You (is officially in the works!)"
On the official You Twitter, they further teased: "See you soon, neighbor. YOU S3 is coming." Yaaas.
New Year, New (season of) You (is officially in the works!) pic.twitter.com/yZPWQzXXjA
- Netflix US (@netflix) January 14, 2020
See you soon, neighbor. YOU S3 is coming. pic.twitter.com/rCJx7K9v0P
- YOU (@YouNetflix) January 14, 2020
The streaming platform went on to confirm that the series will be returning for ten episodes in 2021, and - unsurprisingly - Victoria Pedretti and Penn Bagdley will be returning.
Of course, it shouldn't come as that much of a shock that Joe Goldberg isn't done meddling yet.
At the end of season two, just when we thought Joe could finally be happy with Love , their unborn baby and their fancy new home, writers hit us with a sharp reality check - Joe is a stalker and a serial killer, remember?
Standing in the garden of his new house, he spots his female neighbour through a gap in the fence - and that creepy, troubling voiceover returns.
"This is just the beginning. Because this is where I had to be exactly where I had to be to meet you," the murderous character says.
"There you were with your books and your sunshine, so close but worlds away. I will figure out a way. A way to get to you. See you soon, neighbour."
So basically, there were some *pretty* strong hints he had a new victim in sight.
As fans got to grips with that nail-biting ending, Gossip Girl star Penn Bagdley, 33, further hinted that more could be in store.
He dropped the bomb by complete accident during an interview with Entertainment Tonight, when he was being quizzed about his on-screen girlfriend Love's murderous nature.
"She doesn't appear to be the same kind of... you know, dare I say, in the third season - oh, god!," he stuttered, before zipping his lips shut. Whoops.
In the wake of his slip up, the show's co-creator Sera Gamble then went on to confirm that they "have a lot of stories still to tell," but didn't reveal any immediate plans.
We're so excited the cat is finally out of the bag!
Featured Image Credit: You/Netflix