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You Season 3 Adds New Cast Members To Line-Up

You Season 3 Adds New Cast Members To Line-Up

Looks like Joe and Love will be getting some company.

Naomi Chadderton (FL)

Naomi Chadderton (FL)

Netflix has just announced that three new cast members will be joining Joe and co. in You Season 3 so it sounds like the suburbs won't be quite as boring as our favourite psycho stalker feared.

The Netflix Queue Twitter account tweeted the news, saying: "Fresh blood joining You Season 3:

"Shalita Grant will play Sherry, a "Mom-fluencer" who appears down to earth, but is actually a mean girl who only pretends to welcome Love into her social circle.

"Travis VanWinkle will play the wealthy Cary, who invites Joe into his inner circle."

Shalita Grant will play mom-fluencer Sherry in You Season 3 (
PA)

You'll probably remember Shalita from NCIS: New Orleans and Search Party, while Travis starred in The Last Ship and The O.C., so he's definitely no stranger to drama.

Fans are obviously excited about the new season, and are letting Twitter know about it.

"I so can't wait for Season 3...Season 2 was a mind F' and I seriously enjoyed it from start to finish. It picked up perfectly from Season 1," said one fan.

"We are so ready," said another.

Travis VanWinkle will play the wealthy Cary, who invites Joe into his inner circle (
Netflix)

*Spoiler alert*

While we don't know much about the storyline for the new season just yet, when season two ended last December with Joe and Love settling down in a little house while they waited for their daughter to be born. The house in question was right next door to the home of an attractive sunbathing woman who Joe seemed to take a rather keen interest in.

No surprises there.

What surprises will be in store for Joe and Love? (
Netflix)

As fans of the hit Netflix series will know, filming kicked off earlier this year but was put on pause due to the coronavirus crisis.

While we don't have an official air date for the third season just yet - an insider has confirmed to our friends at LADbible that You is scheduled to return to production in the autumn, so that's any time now!

Show co-creator Sera Gamble revealed that they "have a lot of stories still to tell" in You, explaining to The Hollywood Reporter: "I am not scared at all of saying that we definitely could follow Joe for several more seasons."

We can't wait to find out what it has in store.

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