You : His name is Joe
Initially, You was a series produced and broadcast on the Lifetime channel. If the medium has diversified in recent years by launching darker series (UnREAL, The Lizzie Borden Chronicles, Mary Kills People), its main editorial line doesn’t necessarily fit the creation of Greg Berlanti and Sera Gamble. You it was then very quickly canceled by the channel at the end of its first season. Luckily Netflix, which in recent years has specialized in series starring assassins, very quickly recovered the rights to the series… to know the success we know it.
You in fact, it follows the adventures of Joe Goldberg, a good boy in all respects. However, it turns out to be a serial killer who can’t resist his obsessions and impulses. Note that the series marks the return to grace of Penn Badgley, who had marked the young audience between 2007 and 2012 in gossip Girl.
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Released in two parts, Season 4’s You it was viewed by a large number of subscribers. Not surprisingly, Netflix then renewed the series for a fifth and final season. The audience is therefore eager to discover Joe’s adventures one last time, especially after the finale extremely surprising of season 4. In a brilliant communication from Netflix, it was Joe himself who announced the end of his adventures through a series of text messages.
If this fourth season of You received good reviews (like his previous ones), Greg Berlanti and Sera Gamble don’t want to push too much on the concept. Penn Badgley, interpreter of Joe Goldberg, was also expressed through IndieWire the will not to make the series obsolete by accumulating the seasons:
I don’t know where it will go. But to me, with this concept and this character, we’ve always wanted to be accountable, and it’s not the kind of thing that you have to stretch endlessly just because the ratings are good.
Source: Cine Serie
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