You Fans Convinced They've Spotted Marienne In Season 3 Ending
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**Warning: major spoilers for You season three below**
The third season of the out of left field thriller saw Joe and Love move to Madre Linda to raise their child.
But naturally, things weren’t smooth-sailing and suburban for the serial killers turned happy families – and now, fans have spotted a major clue about what to expect in season four.
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Fans will remember that Love Quinn (played by Victoria Pedretti) turned into a murdering machine after Joe (Penn Badgley) started to have his head turned by other residents in Madre Linda.
And while she contemplated murdering Marienne (Tati Gabrielle), she soon changed her mind when she discovered she had a young daughter.
Instead, Love warned Marienne to flee from Joe as he was dangerous – resulting in Joe and Love engaging in a fight to the death – which Joe won after delivering a lethal injection straight to Love’s heart.
The final few minutes of the You series finale sees Joe stalking the streets of Paris, as he believes Marienne may have fled back to her hometown after Love’s warning.
But some particularly eagle-eyed viewers may have spotted Joe walk right past his prey, as one person believes Marienne can be spotted on a moped just as the show closes.
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.
“I’m not saying it is her, but it seems like it’d be an interesting Easter egg.”
“Interesting…” agreed a second viewer, while a third said: “Good eye.”
Others were less convinced, with one person penning: “It would be too easy for it to be her.”
However, actress Tati Gabrielle, who plays Marienne, 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.”
The plot thickens…
You is available to stream on Netflix.