Season 4 of Netflix’s You gets a new premiere date
The series was created by Greg Berlanti and Sera Gamble based on the books written by Caroline Kepnes
The fourth season of Netflix’s thriller series You is reportedly premiering a day earlier than previously expected. It was earlier announced that season 4 was getting split into two parts, the first part will now release on 9 Feb while the second part on 9 March.
The series was created by Greg Berlanti and Sera Gamble based on the books written by Caroline Kepnes. You follows a serial killer named Joe Goldberg with an obsessive personality who works as a bookstore manager. Penn Badgely plays Joe Goldberg while the rest of the cast includes Tati Gabrielle, Charlotte Ritchie, Tilly Keeper, Amy-Leigh Hickman, and Ed Speleers.
In the fourth season, Penn Badgely moves to London under a new identity and goes by the name Jonathan Moore, he eventually ends up obsessively falling for yet another woman by the name of Kate, who works as a director at an art gallery.
The first season premiered in September 2018 on the Lifetime channel and following a phenomenal reception, the series moved to Netflix for the second season.