Fans of “You”, also known as “You”, can rejoice. The premiere of season 4 of the Netflix thriller series scheduled for February 10, 2023 has been pre-streamed.
The series is based on Caroline Kepnes’ book of the same name and revolves around one question: “What would you do for love?”. Penn Badgley stars in the production as Joe Goldberg, a man who does absolutely whatever he can when love is on the line. He understood terrible things.
According to the company’s announcement, “You,” which will be released in two parts, will arrive one day earlier than expected on February 9, while Part 2, which was scheduled for March 10, was also brought forward by one day, and now comes March 9th.
At the end of September Netflix had announced the premiere of the new two-part season for February and March, with a trailer for the new episodes of the production.
Season 3 ended with Joe leaving Mother Linda to look for Marienne (Tati Gabrielle) in Paris. Now he’s on the move, with season four taking place in London, where Joe adopts a new identity, that of Professor Jonathan Moore.
In addition, the series will receive reinforcements, with the arrival of Charlotte Richie, the star of “Call the Midwife” and “Ghost”, and Lukas Gage, of “The White Lotus”. In addition to those already mentioned, “You” stars Tilly Kepner, Amy Leigh Hickman, Tati Gabrielle and Ed Speelers.
The first three seasons of “You” are available on Netflix. Season 4 now streams February 9, with its second part premiering March 9.
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