You season 4 has finally received a release date as the psychological thriller series is coming in two parts
The release date for the fourth season of You has finally been announced, or rather, two release dates have been announced because the psychological thriller series will be coming in two parts. Netflix has verified what was initially revealed at Tudum 2022, which is that the next chapter in Joe Goldberg’s story will be released in two parts. The first episode of the fourth season of “You” will be available to stream on February 10, 2023, and the second installment will be made available on the same platform one month later. That would be March 10th, 2023.
As the trailer reveals, Joe Goldberg is no longer the “lovable bookstore manager in New York, or the shop clerk in LA, or the doting husband in the suburbs”. Instead, in season 4, he will be Professor Jonathan Moore, which is yet another reinvention that appears to have enabled Joe to put the past in the past. Or so it appears. Penn Badgley’s character, Joe, says those words in the teaser, and it just so happens that a few female characters, including Tati Gabrielle’s Marienne, Amy Leigh-Nadia, Hickman’s and Charlotte Ritchie’s Kate, appear at the same time. Joe suggests that his tendency to become infatuated with women is a thing of the past. We are not sure about you, but we think Joe is not someone we would trust to be telling the truth. Not. Even a smidgen.
Of course, viewers will recall that Marienne made an appearance in season 3, but Joe has never let something like that prevent him from going after the woman he desires. If we were Marienne, we’d be looking over our shoulders. The remaining portions of the trailer highlight a number of supplementary characters, such as Ed Speelers’ Rhys and Tilly Keeper’s Lady Phoebe. In the upcoming episode of the popular show on Netflix, expect all of them to become entangled in whatever Joe has in store for them.
There has been no word on the number of episodes that will comprise season 4 of You. However, considering that each of the three entries that came before it consisted of 10 episodes, we would be quite shocked if the fourth installment of the series did not feature the same number of episodes.