Did you happen to visit a season 3 launch date poster circulating online?
If so, you’re probably wondering, or even just thinking, that You season 3 is coming to Netflix in November 2021, as the poster states.
Well, according to a report from, this You season 3 release date poster is not a real poster from Netflix. The streaming community even reached out and said they “LOVE” the fan art.
It is simply a cool fan poster that looks very real. Normally, the fan art isn’t this great, which makes it effortless to tell that it isn’t official. In this case, it’s pretty convincing.
YOU. Season 3. NOVEMBER 2021. pic.twitter.com/eH5G3q2Srz
— Netflix Updates. (@NetflxUpdates) February 9, 2021
Officially, no date has been set for season three of You only yet. While November 2021 is probably realistic, Netflix generally retains their cards close to their chest until about a month or two before the real release.
Funnily enough, this is not the first time we have needed to bat down a rumor from the account in question. They have previously had viral Tweets and articles that supposedly revealed dates for Money Heist and Sex Education and neither turned out to be true.
Did you get duped by this November 2021 launch date for You season three?
You season 3 cast
We know that Penn Badgley and Victoria Pedretti are returning into the You season 3 cast as Joe and Love. Aside from that, it’s safe to say we could expect a couple of new faces. This doesn’t come as a surprise — Joe and Love relocated from L.A. into the suburbs following the events of the season two finale, so they were bound to make some new friends (and enemies).
So, who are the new neighbors? To start with, The Vampire Diaries’ Michaela McManus will play with Natalie, the brand new object of Joe’s obsessive affections. Next up, NCIS’ Shalita Grant will play with Sherry, a”mom-fluencer” who dared to welcome Love into her clique, while Scorpion’s Travis Van Winkle will function as wealthy Cary, who invites Joe into his inner circle.
Shannon Chan-Kent is Kiki, a faithful member of Sherry’s mean girl clique, while Christopher Sean will perform her husband Brandon. Meanwhile, Chris O’Shea is Andrew, a stay-at-home dad and another member of Sherry’s social circle. His husband Jackson will be played by Bryan Safi.
Chilling Adventures of Sabrina’s Tati Gabrielle is Marienne, a no-nonsense, uptight librarian that keeps an eye on what is happening in the area. The fantastic Wife’s Ben Mehl will play with her colleague, Dante, who’s far more chilled out.
Other members of this new community include Theo, a college student played by Dylan Arnold who has a challenging relationship with his stepfather and a tendency to get mixed up in other people’s business. Homeland’s Mackenzie Astin will play with Gil, a mild-mannered and good-hearted geology professor and Daredevil’s Ayelet Zurer will perform a couple’s therapist called Dr. Chandra. Representatives of SHIELD’s Jack Fisher will play a young Joe at flashbacks.
Crazy Ex-Girlfriend alum Scott Michael Foster joins the cast as Ryan, a TV reporter who is well-liked at the community — but has his secrets and also a”controlling, calculating demeanor he reserves for all those closest to him”. Phew. Got all that?
You season 3 Plot
You center on stalking sociopath Joe Goldberg (Penn Badgley), who develops obsessions with young girls — aspiring author Beck (Elizabeth Lail) in year one before he turned his attentions to aspiring chef Love Quinn (Victoria Pedretti) in the next run.
And the second series ended in a somewhat shocking fashion — with Love demonstrated to have been behind the murder of the two Delilah (Carmela Zumbado) and Candace (Ambyr Childers) — it seems like Joe had met his match.
Season three looks to observe the murderous couple come to terms with this revelation — and a particular shock pregnancy. The series seems to sign that Joe and Love will attempt to become a happy family unit, though we are sure some killing will get in the way eventually.
Showrunner Patrick Gamble advised Entertainment Weekly, “The stakes are fairly high. I have so many questions about Love’s mother who is incredibly at the picture after the season, like how much she knows about her children.
“We wrote [that the finale] hoping that we’ll find the chance to tell more stories since we are excited with the seeds planted at the end of season two.”
And co-creator and executive producer Sera Gamble has hinted the next run could see an even more intriguing storyline, telling Cosmopolitan UK: “I shall say that we have an idea for season three which is SO fascinating that folks discuss it in the [author’s ] room regular.”
Both seasons one and two were based on books written by Caroline Kepnes, and also the author has just declared that the third publication — You Love Me — was written and is set for release in April 2021.
According to the publication’s description, Joe is ready to begin a family” even if it kills him”, and is”done with Love”.
He leaves town to get a”cozy island in the Pacific Northwest”, also meets a new love interest/potential sufferer — librarian Mary Kay DiMarco.
“Joe won’t meddle, he will not obsess. He’ll win her old fashioned way…by simply giving a shoulder to cry on, a helping hand. Over time they will both heal their wounds and begin their own happily ever after in this sleepy town,” the book stinks.
“The difficulty is…Mary Kaye currently has a lifetime. She is a mommy. She’s a friend. She is…busy,” it continues. “True love can only triumph if the two people are willing to make room for the actual thing. Joe cleared his decks. He is ready. And hopefully, with his encouragement and undying support, Mary Kaye will do the right thing and make space for him”
It is unclear whether season three of you may follow the events of this book, especially because the season two finale watched a dangerous Love still in the picture.
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