Season 4 of You is officially on its way to Netflix – the blockbuster series was renewed last year before season 3 even aired, meaning Joe will be back on our screens soon. Filming is currently underway, and we’ve got the scoop on verified filming locations and what it means for the plot, as well as a refresher of how Season 3 ended to refresh your memory.
Joe Goldberg, the cold-blooded serial killer and stalker, is in England for the newest chapter of his lethal obsessions. Joe ended his connection with her in a particularly dramatic – even for him – way, by burning her in a home fire and chopping off his own toes at the end of season three.
You may also learn more about the new season’s cast, including which known characters are returning as well as who is new to the group. In addition, we’ve done our best to estimate when the film will be released and when a trailer will be released. So, without further ado, read on to learn everything we know about You season 4 thus far. Season 3 spoilers are coming your way.
So, here’s all we know so far about the series’ future, including a possible release date and when we might see a teaser.
You season 4 filming began in March 2022 and is anticipated to end in July. Season 3 premiered in October 2021, with filming concluding in April — assuming the same schedule is followed for season 4, we may predict a February 2023 premiere.
When can we expect a trailer for the fourth season of You?
Season 3’s trailer came out about a month before the new episodes were available on Netflix, so we’ll have to wait a long for a full-length trailer for You season 4. Keep a look out in January 2023 if your estimate of a February release date is right.
When will You Season 4 be released?
While there hasn’t been a whole trailer published yet, we have been given to a very brief teaser from Netflix.
Season 4 of You began filming in March and is expected to end in July. Season 3 premiered in October 2021, with filming wrapping in April of that year, thus we may expect season 4 to premiere in February 2023.
It’s also possible that this isn’t the end of You. Netflix hasn’t confirmed a fifth season, but it hasn’t been ruled out, so there’s a chance we’ll see more of You after the current season.
*Below are season 3 spoilers!
Good news, friends. Joe will return for season 4 of the hit show You. Netflix confirmed on October 13, 2021 that the thriller series would be renewed.
We know that season 3 followed Joe and Love as they, eh, *tried* to acclimate to life as a married couple in Northern California with a baby child. Joe set his eyes on a new neighbor — then, when that didn’t work out, Madre Linda’s librarian — and Love dug deeper into her fixation with her husband.
Here’s all you need to know about You season 4 if you’ve already binge-watched season 3 and are ready for more.
Season 4’s cast
Penn Badgley will reprise his role as Joe Goldberg, while Tati Gabrielle will reprise her role as Marienne, the object of his obsession in Season 3 – but it’s unclear in what capacity.
The core cast is made up entirely of new characters. Lukas Gage (Euphoria) plays Adam, an affluent ex-pat American who constantly falls short of his prosperous family’s expectations.
Charlotte Ritchie plays Kate, an art gallery director who is fiercely loyal to her friends and wary of those who aren’t. Lady Phoebe, Kate’s best friend, is affluent and famous, but she is also incredibly trusting, which attracts those who take advantage of her.
Nadia is played by Amy-Leigh Hickman, a fiery literature student and aspiring author who needs help covering up some previous sins that are threatening to destroy her life. Finally, Ed Speleers plays Rhys, an outspoken author with a rough past whose memoir catapulted him to fame.
In addition, recurring roles have been cast for Niccy Lin, Aidan Cheng, Stephen Hagan, Ben Wiggins, Eve Austin, Ozioma Whenu, Dario Coates, Sean Pertwee, Brad Alexander, Alison Pargeter, and Adam James.
Is there a trailer for season four of You?
No official trailers for Season 4 have been published as of yet. Netflix did, however, produce a compilation film announcing the continuation of the show.
The series’ Instagram account posted the same little clip, indicating the upcoming fourth chapter. “YOU Season 4 is in the [body] bag,” they wrote in a brief and perfectly humorous caption.
Season 4’s plot
To put it mildly, your Season 3 finale was quite dramatic. Joe murdered his wife, Love (Victoria Pedretti), abandoned their infant with another family, faked his own death, cooked his own toe into a pie to place the aforementioned death on Love, and then set his house in the California suburbs on fire – all of which is a little excessive, even by his standards.
Joe was last seen going by the name “Nick” and had just arrived in Paris in search of Marienne, who is from the French city. We already know that the majority of You season 4 will be set in London, with only a few scenes staged in Paris. There are no further storyline specifics available at this time, but there are certainly enough ghosts in Joe’s past to keep him disturbed this season.
When will the fourth season of You be available?
Netflix hasn’t said when You will return for a fourth season, but we can binge-watch seasons 1-3 until more information is released. We’ll definitely be watching.
We also know that scenes were shot on location at Royal Holloway, Campus of London, implying that at least some of the season would take place at a university. In film captured by students on the Royal Holloway campus, Joe (or Nick) is dressed as a professor, so perhaps he’s switched careers.
On Friday, March 25, Deadline reported that English actress Charlotte Ritchie has been cast in season 4 as Kate, Joe’s new fixation. Kate is described as an intellectual and independent art gallery director who “misses nothing” and “has embraced the title of ‘icy b***h,'” according to the outlet. Lady Phoebe, her best friend, is someone she feels obligated to defend.