Netflix's You Season 2 Will Return To Screens On December 26

It’s the moment many fans throughout the world have been eagerly waiting for, and Netflix has just confirmed the hit thriller, You, will return to screens by the end of the year.
Netflix's You Season 2 Will Return To Screens On December 26

The show is based on a novel by Caroline Kepnes, and it was added to Netflix towards the end of last year, after initially airing on Lifetime.

Fans of Penn Badgley found themselves looking at the 32-year-old actor a little differently after binge-watching all ten episodes of the Netflix series YOU. In the psychological thriller, which dropped on the streaming service last December after originally airing on Lifetime earlier in 2018, Badgley played Joe Goldberg, an anti-social bookstore manager with a dark side.

And when I say that Joe has a "dark side," I'm seriously underselling it; the protagonist (who is simultaneously the story's big bad) spends the entire 10-episode story arc stalking grad student Beck (Elizabeth Lail) and murders any and everyone that attempts to come between them. In the final episode of the first season, Joe actually ends up turning on Beck herself, taking her out when he realizes that she finally sees him for what he is: A violent sociopath. Obviously.

Season one of YOU was as much a tour of New York City as it was a grizzly story of obsession and murder; though much of the story played out in Manhattan, Joe's compulsive stalking led him to almost every borough of the Big Apple in pursuit of Beck. Apologies in advance to fellow New Yorkers who took some personal joy in seeing the city's familiar locale ($100 to any Brooklyn resident who didn't involuntary shudder when Beck and Joe almost boarded the G train in the first episode), but YOU is headed straight for the city of angels.


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