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Penn Badgley returns as the twisted stalker Joe Goldberg (Penn Badgley) and it appears he has set his sights on someone new.
Watch the trailer below:
The trailer behind in a hospital delivery room as Joe becomes a dad. Fans will remember from the shocking season 2 finale that Joe and his girlfriend Love Quinn (played by Victoria Pedretti) moved to the California suburbs when she was pregnant to start anew.
Love admitted she had killed Candace (Ambyr Childers) and Delilah (Carmela Zumbado).
However, in a creepy twist, Joe spotted their new Californian neighbour, an older woman, and some fans have speculated that she may be his mum.
Now, the trailer also reveals Joe is trying his best to be a doting dad. He can be heard cooing “being your dad is changing me” as he rocks the baby to sleep.
But the bad things Joe and Love did in the past soon comes back to haunt them, and their new personas as the “nice new normal neighbours next door” soon unravels.
Joe soon sets his sights on one of his neighbours. He watches her as she gets flowers out of the boot of her car and he even searches through her Facebook page.
Love notices Joe is back to his old ways. “Something is going on,” she says as they chat in their living room. “You’re always distracted.”
And distracted might be an understatement. Set to an unsettling cover of Britney Spears’ …Baby One More Time, a cascade of clips shows Joe wrapping a bloody dead body in bin bags and placing it in his car.
To celebrate the show wrapping production on the third season, Sera Gamble, a showrunner on the popular series, assured fans that Joe's antics were not going to be any less scandalous the third time around.
In a Twitter thread, written on the last day of production, she wrote: "Today is our last day of shooting season 3 of #YouNetflix. Can I brag to you for a hot second?"
She then gushed about how there had been "zero on-set positive COVID tests," despite a surge of cases in LA.
After praising "everyone's creativity, resilience and kindness" in getting the job done, Sara went on to give fans a hint at what's to come in the series.
"The episodes are f*cking bonkers and the performances are insanely good. That's all I'll say about that until we are ready to talk about the new season," she wrote.
We're hooked already!
You returns 15th October on Netflix.
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