Netflix announces return date and first look at You season four
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**Warning: major spoilers for You season three below**
Last we saw, Joe Goldberg he had hot-footed it (minus a couple of toes) to Paris having just killed his wife Love, dropping off his son Henry with Dante and faking his own death.
Although we were only given a brief glimpse of Joe (played by Penn Badgley) in Paris, fans have assumed that the serial killer has flown out in an attempt to find his most recent crush - and let’s face it, potential future victim - Marienne (played by Tati Gabrielle).
And now, Netflix has finally put us out of our misery and has announced that You will be returning to our screens on February 10th with part two launching on March 10th. And here’s your first look trailer:
The trailer sees Joe living ‘across the pond’ where he vows to give up ‘unrequited love and longing’ and focus on academia.
However, we’re also given a glimpse of what could be some new love interests as well a return of Marienne.
Eagle-eyed fans had been expecting a return for Marienne after they reckon they’d spotted her in a background in one of the closing scenes.
In the final few minutes of the You series finale we saw Joe stalking the streets of Paris, as he believes Marienne may have fled back to her hometown after Love’s warning.
Those who were watching particularly closet, may have spotted Joe walk right past his prey, with one viewer believing Marienne can be spotted on a moped just before the credits roll.
On Reddit, one viewer quizzed: “Is this Marienne behind him on the moped?”
They continued: “This part of the scene does move in slow motion and as soon as that moped passes it resumes full speed.”
Others were less convinced, with one person replying: “It would be too easy for it to be her.”
However, actress Marienne actor Gabrielle, believes that the mysterious woman on the moped could very well be the woman Joe’s hunting.
“I think she’s in France — like what she talks to Joe about in the library,” she told Marie Claire. “I would just want her to find the peace she's been seeking; be able to do art and let her kid have the most free and lovely life. I feel like she would be an art teacher or a commissioned artist.”