Season 4 of You is scheduled for release in early 2023 on Netflix

Netflix’s TUDUM is finally here and so much has been announced and released during the virtual fan event. However, we were excited to see Penn Badgley reveal some juicy details about the upcoming You season 4.

You is arguably one of the best streaming thriller series on Netflix. It was developed by Greg Berlanti and Sera Gamble and is based on the You series of books by Caroline Kepnes. The first season premiered on Lifetime and was picked up for a second season. However, since there were low ratings for the first season, the television network decided to pass it on and the show moved to Netflix, where it was very successful.

The story follows sociopathic serial killer Joe Goldberg and his murderous deeds. The first season took viewers to New York. The second season saw Joe move to Los Angeles. Then, in season 3, Joe and his new wife Love, move to Madre Linda. And if you remember the end of the third season, Joe somehow goes to Paris to find Marienne. But depending on where most of the You season 4 has been filmed, it looks like Joe will be leaving Paris for London.

We are so excited to see what will happen in the upcoming fourth season. Will Joe find Marienne? And his son, Henry? Will Joe return to Madre Linda to look for him? Who is Joe’s next victim? We have so many questions that will probably be answered in the fourth season. So when does You Season 4 is coming to Netflix?

You season 4 release date

During the TUDUM virtual fan event, Netflix revealed that You Season 4 will be split into two parts. You Season 4 Part 1 will be released on Friday, February 10 and Part 2 will be released on Friday, March 10.

Here is an overview of the You cast of season 4 in the release date announcement video!

Get ready to see Joe wreak havoc on London in You season 4 part 1, coming to Netflix in February 2023!

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