You is now become the popular Psychological thriller series of Netflix. It cast Penn Badgley, Luca Padovan, Elizabeth Lail, Zach Cherry, Victoria Pedretti, and Shay Mitchell in the main lead roles. The first season landed on the streaming service back in 2018 and received acclaim from the experts and viewers for the cast performance, story, and direction.
The thriller series is heavily inspired by Caroline Kepnes’s books and Greg Berlanti, and Sera Gamble are the creators of it. Netflix dropped the season two back in December 2019. The good news is the series revived for a third season soon after the release of season 2. The ratings of the series is very high and loved by the audiences of all over the world. Now the fans are asking when it will release and other details, so keep reading:
Production for the upcoming season of You began from February 2020 and the news revealed by the co-creator Sera Gamble on social media. Here’s her post:
— Sera Gamble (@serathegamble) February 7, 2020
But then, unfortunately, Netflix had to halt it because of coronavirus pandemic. Now there is no news on when the filming of the upcoming season will resume. We will have to wait for the confirmation from Netflix.
Now the production is postponed on season three, so it will also delay the release of the upcoming season. There is no fixed date revealed for the forthcoming season by Netflix. Maybe now we have to wait more for the new episodes of the psychological thriller series.
At the moment of the announcement, it was declared that the new season will release sometime in 2021.
This is the star cast of the third season of the thriller series:
- Penn Badgley as Joe Goldberg
- Jenna Ortega as Ellie Alves
- Victoria Pedretti as Love Quinn
- John Stamos as Dr. Nicky
- Robin Lord Taylor as Will
Season 2 finished with so many mysteries and left fans in shock. Finally, Joe knows that Love is also a murderer like her as she killed Delilah and Candace. The upcoming season will center on the love story of Joe and Love. The season three can be influenced by the third book of Caroline.