I have some exciting news, you. Guess we haven’t seen the last of our favorite serial killer, Joe Goldberg (or should we call him Will?). Netflix announced today that it will be renewing the popular series You for a third season, with release sometime in 2021. This news comes as a relief to bingers who are still actively resisting the urge to ignore all of Joe’s numerous red flags (because duh, he’s Penn Badgley).
The second season of the Netflix original just came out in December, and sparked such an interesting internet trend centered on the art of stalking and trolling.
i see you at the local grocery store. music blasts out of your airpods at full volume as you mindlessly wander through the aisles. but not just any music…….nba youngboy. you…..want me to know you have shitty taste in music. you WANT me to fix you. https://t.co/MGq8FLOZbS
— ? (@ARIE77E) January 13, 2020
You’re trying out a different foundation…. it doesn’t match… you think blending it more will help but it isn’t… but you don’t know any better because you haven’t heard of Fenty Beauty…but it’s okay… we can fix that…we can fix…you pic.twitter.com/xekfs91Liq
— Fenty Beauty (@fentybeauty) January 13, 2020
The latest season also initiated a larger conversation surrounding audience willingness to ignore toxic qualities in male characters, after slamming viewers with themes of toxic masculinity and abusive behavior for 10 episodes straight.
While there’s a lot to discuss, there’s also so much to catch up on before the release of season three. Make sure to stream You on Netflix and pay close attention to any mysterious characters (both dead and alive), as you never know who we’ll be meeting next season.