If you're anything like us, chances are you are desperately missing the crime-thriller Netflix series, You. After a super quick binge of season three, fans worldwide are now desperate to know when the handsome yet charming Joe Goldberg will be back in our lives, gracing our screens with his wild antics. Well, worry no longer because we are here to give you all - the who, whats, and whens of the upcoming series! Keep scrolling.
Recently, a post from the show's Instagram account confirmed that filming had officially begun. This followed a post from November, which announced the start of writing. "Welcome to the season 4 writers' room, now officially open for business," they teased. With this simple post, fans began to lose their minds, speculating what could possibly be in store for the charming stalker. Season three closed with Joe in Paris, dreaming of finding Marienne in the city. "Marriage almost ruined both of us, but we escaped. Maybe the scars on our hearts make them stronger," he noted. Although a seemingly innocent desire, the closing line read, "all I know, mon amour, is I'll search the world if I have to. I will find you." On that note, it appears season four will begin with a murderer on the loose in Paris.
Season three saw *spoiler alert* Joe killing his partner Love, leaving his son, Henry, alone and motherless. Since the season's end, fans have been desperate to know if Joe will return for his child or abandon him completely. Fortunately, writer Sera Gamble told E! News that we will have our answers sooner than later. "That's going to be an ongoing conversation because no, you can't pretend something that huge about a character didn't happen," she explained. "I think it will shape him from this moment forward. And even his exact plan of when and if he would return for his son is something that we will [...] talk about for hours and hours and hours."
Regarding the call sheet for the upcoming series, there are some confirmed and unconfirmed stars. Euphoria's Lukas Gage will be appearing in the new season as Adam, "an ex-pat American, the youngest son of a wealthy East-Coast magnate." Cardi B has pitched her own idea of how she could get herself written into the series - but we are yet to see if her wishes will be granted. Stay tuned!