'You' Creator Sera Gamble Teases Season 3 Storyline
With You season 3 creeping slowly up on us (there's no release date yet but we're are banking on late 2021), creator Sera Gamble has sent fans' jaws wagging after speaking about the plot in conversation with Penn Badgley.
During a video call with Penn, who plays lead character and serial killer Joe Goldberg in the hit Netflix show, Sera touched on one of the biggest cliffhangers from Season 2: the identity of *that* woman.
In the final moments of the nail-biting finale of the season, Joe - who has journeyed out of Los Angeles with girlfriend Love - is seen spying on his next victim...or what looks like it at least.
Slowly creeping behind his garden fence, the bookstore owner says he'll be seeing his new neighbour "soon" as viewers suddenly notice a woman reading a book on a sun lounger.
As part of their virtual chat, Penn and sera rewatched moments from the series and went on to discuss that final scene.
"I want to ask you about what we're going to do here but you can't really tell us," asks the actor.
Gamble replies: "It's pretty obvious when we were filming this that we were careful not to show too much of her because that role hasn't technically been cast yet.
"But there's lots to come with that neighbour."
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Ooo! Right, we're going to need to know more...
Right after the final aired in December 2019, fans swarmed to social media to guess the identity of the woman.
One popular train of thought was that the object of Joe's stalking isn't a love interest but rather his estranged mother, who viewers saw a lot of through flashbacks in this series.
"As an aside - having now finished Season 2 of @YouNetflix last night, am I alone in thinking the neighbour at the end might be Joe's mother? #YouNetflix," one fan said.
"Am I the only who think that the woman at the ending of You season 2 is Joe's mother..? Heh," another shared.
A third wrote: "Hear me out i feel like the neighbour is actually his mom #YouOnNetflix #YOUSEASON2".
"The girl at the end of You is his mom, I'm calling it. #YouOnNetflix," a fan added.
It seems we'll have to wait a bit longer to find out, but thanks guys, you've well and truly exited us!
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