Netflix’s ‘You’ Season 3 announces return to production

Netflix has tweeted that production on season 3 of the popular series You has officially resumed, and fans are more than excited!

The show’s official Twitter account posted, tagging along a picture of Joe Goldberg saying, “You Season 3 is back in production”.

The production had to shut down season three of You when the COVID-19 pandemic was announced.

This announcement had a significant impact on the entire film and TV industry in March. Yet, it is believed that Netflix has planned to have the 10-part series ready to stream in 2021.

On the official Instagram account for the series, a caption read: “We recommend you stay at least 6 feet from Joe Goldberg at all times. You season3 is back in production.”

A picture was also posted to the show’s official Instagram story, which said “And They Lived Happily Ever After,” as we are assuming to be a happy ending of season 2.

What happened so far in the series “You”

You was made based on Caroline Kepnes’ best-selling novel. In the first season of the premiere, Penn Badgley appears as a brilliant bookstore manager who crosses paths with an aspiring writer.

He is the kind of man who will do anything for love, including using the internet and social media as his tools to gather the most intimate details of her life to get close to her.

The awkwardly developed crush quickly becomes an obsession as Joe quietly and strategically removes every obstacle and person in his way to pursue his love.

The second season showed Joe moving from New York to Los Angeles. He assumes a new identity and falls in love again with his new girlfriend, Love Quinn (Victoria Pedretti), moving into a suburban neighborhood.

The season 2 finale made an ending where we learn that the pair are a match made in murderous heaven.

It was also seen that Joe and Love have also killed one or too many people in the name of passion.

You season 3 and what to expect

At the end of the premiere, we see them moving into a picture-perfect house. It was also seen that Love happily caresses her pregnant stomach, and Joe seems to go along willingly.

Meanwhile, Badgley and Pedretti will be returning to the show as the central couple. Netflix announced the addition of two new cast members in October 2020.

Shalita Grant will be seen playing Sherry, a “Mom-influencer” in Love’s social circle. At the same time, Travis Van Winkle will be seen playing the wealthy Cary, Joe’s new friend.

Image courtesy of Netflix/YouTube Screenshot

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