‘You’ season 4 split into two parts, to release in 2023

Netflix has announced that season 4 of the psychological thriller series ‘You’ will premiere next year on the streaming service.

The season has been divided into two parts: one releases on February 10, while the second comes out on March 10.

In the announcement clip, Joe Goldberg (Penn Badgely) reveals that he is not the book store manager, the shop clerk or a husband in the suburbs anymore. He has a new alias; professor Jonathan Moore.

In season 3, Joe and Quinn (Victoria Pedretti) moved to the suburbs to raise their son, Henry. But things quickly went haywire and the two found themselves at each other’s throats by the end of the season.

After escaping and faking his death, Joe has moved to London and now become a part of the academic sphere.

Tati Gabrielle will return for season 4 and will be joined by new series regulars Charlotte Ritchie, Lukas Gage, Tilly Keeper, Amy Leigh Hickman and Ed Speleers.

Based on a series of novels by Caroline Kepnes, ‘You’ has been developed by Greg Berlanti and Sera Gamble.

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