A poster for You season 4 is released, showcasing Joe Goldberg’s several London personas. Based on Caroline Kepnes’ novels, the psychological thriller series debuted on Lifetime in 2018 before shifting to Netflix a year later. It follows Joe (Penn Badgley), who admitted to being a serial killer in season 1, as his numerous romantic interests become obsessions. He makes intermittent attempts to flee his history by traveling and adopting new identities. The streaming service confirmed the continuation of You before the release of season 3 in 2021 after receiving consistently favorable reviews from reviewers and viewers alike. When viewers last saw Joe and Love’s (Victoria Pedretti) turbulent relationship ended, Badgley’s character was on the way to Europe in search of a new love partner.
As viewers anticipate Joe’s next adventures in London, a new image released to You’s official Instagram account teases the character’s disguises for season 4. When Joe looks in the mirror of a phone booth while wearing his familiar headgear, his new identity is reflected back. The poster for You season 4 may be seen below.
Preview of What to Expect in You Season 4
Fans witnessed Joe poison Love and leave their son with Dante during the events of the third season finale of You (Ben Mehl). Joe types a confession on Love’s computer, blaming his wife for everything after pretending to be dead and making Love’s death appear self-inflicted. After Love informed Marienne (Tati Gabrielle) of his passion and what had happened to Ryan, she left, thus he ended himself in Paris with the intention of locating her (Scott Michael Foster). From there, Joe assumed the persona of a professor, going by the name Jonathan Moore, and explaining what viewers may anticipate from the upcoming episodes in the You season 4 teaser trailer.
With premieres on February 9 and March 9, You season 4 will be available in two parts. In addition to the familiar characters from the season’s teaser, Badgley and Gabrielle, who previously played Joe and Marienne, will also be appearing. The cast of the program has expanded to include Ozioma Whenu, Amy-Leigh Hickman, Charlotte Ritchie, Tilly Keeper, Lukas Gage, Ed Speleers, Niccy Lin, and Aidan Cheng. Fans of You have received a glance of another prospective love interest of Joe as well as him in the classroom, while the intricacies of their personas and how they interact with Joe are yet unknown.
You have succeeded in maintaining viewers’ interest over the course of three seasons by introducing new characters and posing more challenging challenges for Joe to overcome, and fans are hopeful that pattern will continue whenever the show moves to Europe. Although there may be some ambiguity over the show’s continuation after season 4, the two-part release should keep fans interested in the new plot. It will be fascinating to watch how this season’s events play out and whether Joe’s choices are influenced by the new location or his position as a professor. You season 4 premieres on Netflix on February 9, so watch it if you’re anticipating Badgley’s return as Joe.