Netflix renews ‘You’ for a fourth season

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Netflix launches the fourth season of the thriller show YouIts third season has also premiered.

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Starring Penn Badgley as serial killer Joe Goldberg, the show has gained international appeal and launched its third season this Friday (October 15).

  • Read more: You Season two review: Wicked Sharp killer-thriller looking for love in all the wrong places

However, Netflix took to Twitter yesterday (October 13) to confirm that a fourth season will arrive later.


“How are you. For you, You Has been renewed for season 4! See you soon,” read the tweet.

A synopsis for season three You Reads: “Joe and Love, now married and raising their child, have moved to the Northern California enclave of Madre Linda, where they are surrounded by privileged tech entrepreneurs, judgmental mom bloggers and Insta-famous biohackers .

“Joe is committed to his new role as a husband and father but is intimidated by Luv’s deadly impulse.”

It continues: “And then there’s his heart. Can the woman he’s been looking for at the moment be right next to him?


“It’s one thing to break out of the cage in the basement. But the prison of a picture-perfect marriage for a woman who’s wise to your moves? Well, that would prove to be a much more complicated escape.”

Elsewhere on Netflix, squid game Officially, it has been named as the biggest series launch of the streaming platform till date.

Since the beginning of September 17, squid game According to Netflix, popular Netflix TV shows have topped the charts in 94 countries including the UK, US, and France.

AFP report, via Korea Times, compared to that, Regency-era drama bridgerton Reached 82 million homes upon debut based on Netflix’s internal metrics. The series became the first non-English content to be ranked number one in the US for 21 consecutive days.

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