'You' Drops New Photos Of Joe's Unsuspecting Victims In Season 2
The second series of the psychological thriller premieres soon on 26th December, and Netflix are drip-feeding us with photos from the show. The latest of which shows Joe's talking to a new female character.
SOMEONE WARN HER!
The latest snap (which you can see above), dropped on You's official Twitter, shows Joe (played by Penn Badgley) talking to Ellie Alves (played by Jenna Ortega), a wise-beyond-her-years teenager growing up in Los Angeles.
"A reminder to protect @jennaortega at all costs," tweeted the account, with Jenna replying: "Why? Is there something I should know about?"
Season 2 of You sees psychopath Joe looking for a fresh start following the drama of the first Netflix season. The character moves to LA and is "fully intending to start over a new leaf".
Here, he develops an unhealthy obsession with aspiring chef and health guru Love Quinn, played by Victoria Pedretti.
Another brand new photo shows Joe attending a house party, seemingly hosted by Henderson (Chris D'Elia), a famous comedian in L.A.
No doubt scouting more women to stalk, eh Joe? EH?
A third photo shows the character in stealth mode with a baseball cap on he tries to blend into his surroundings, no doubt while stalking more women. Someone get this guy into therapy.
Last week, Netflix dropped the first look at the season, with a photo showing Joe sat opposite his ex-girlfriend Candace, who was believed dead until she mysteriously showed up at the end of the first series.
Another photo showed Joe seemingly back to his old tricks watching his new love interest Love doing her shopping from a distance.
Speaking about the upcoming season, You's showrunner Sera Gamble told EW that the series will be focused on Joe's relationship with Love, insisting that he is "a different guy" from the first.
She shared: "It's not that simple love-at-first-sight [Joe] might've been looking for a couple of years ago. He's a different guy. He's been through more."
In August, Sera also claimed that the upcoming season would be "gorier and scarier" than ever before.
"At least one scene comes to mind that's gorier and scarier than anything we had in season one," she told LadBible. "Joe is new to Los Angeles, fully intending to start over a new leaf and never being forced to do bad things again.
"Joe is always trying to be a good guy but yet somehow he's finding himself in these thriller, horror kind of situations. It's terrible for him but I think it's going to be so much fun for the audience."
You Season 2 arrives on Netflix on December 26th.
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