When YOU Season 2 wrapped, Joe (Penn Badgley) was nervous that shifting to the suburbs was going to be boring.
Though he impregnated Love (Victoria Pedretti), he was bored sufficient to begin obsessing over his subsequent door neighbor.
Now that YOU Season Three is on monitor for a 2021 launch, particulars about new forged members are beginning to spill out.
Netflix has confirmed contemporary blood for the brand new season with the additions of Shalita Grant (NCIS: New Orleans, Search Get together) and Travis VanWinkle (The Final Ship).
Grant is on board as Sherry, a “Mother-fluencer” who seems right down to earth, however is definitely a imply woman who solely pretends to welcome Love into her social circle.
Given the murderous tendencies of not solely Love, but in addition Joe, this might show to be a mistake for Sherry.
Nonetheless, Joe needed to kill Love on the shut of YOU Season 2, so Love having an adversary may make Joe blissful.
It is troublesome to inform with these two!
VanWinkle is enjoying the rich and common Cary, who invies Joe into his interior circle.
Should you watch YOU online, you understand Joe hated all the things about Hollywood, so will probably be enjoyable to see whether or not his emotions have modified after all the things that occurred when he first arrived.
The collection entered manufacturing on its second season earlier this yr, with showrunner Sera Gamble posting a photograph to Twitter to substantiate the information.
“We have began work on season 3. Simply thought you’d need to know. #YouNetflix,” she mentioned in February.
However this isn’t your typical yr, so there is a good probability manufacturing was shuttered on account of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Badgley opened up concerning the large change for Love after her murderous reveal.
“She does not look like the identical type of individual,” he mentioned in an interview with Leisure Tonight.
“She does not look like the identical type of predator. She does not look like the identical type of… you understand, dare I say, within the third season – oh, God!”
Yep, we will likely be watching the third season when it drops.
Paul Dailly is the Affiliate Editor for TV Fanatic. Comply with him on Twitter.