Fans of the Netflix series You have reason to get excited, as the fourth season will be premiering earlier than expected. The fourth season of You, which was announced just over a year ago, is being divided into two parts, as was the case with the fourth season of Netflix’s Stranger Things. The two parts were planned for release on February 10 and March 10. According to Deadline, the two parts of You season four will be released on February 9 and March 9, one day earlier than the planned release dates. While that’s not a huge change date change, it’s still one day less for You fans to wait for.
Fans Will See What’s Next for Joe Goldberg in ‘You’ Season 4 on Netflix
Based on Caroline Kepnes’ novels, Netflix’s You centers on the toxic yet somewhat relatable stalker Joe Goldberg (Penn Badgley). We’ve seen the character. Season one saw him infatuated with an aspiring author and willing to remove anyone who got in his way. In the second season, we saw him trying to forge a new identity to escape his ex-girlfriend, yet falling back into his patterns of obsession and violence. Last season, Joe was married with a child, yet his obsessive tendencies over another woman got in the way. What You season four has in store for Joe has yet to be revealed.
Despite the problems Netflix has been dealing with (i.e., dropping stocks and the failure of Netflix Games), You has thrived among critics and audiences, helping to keep the streaming service thriving. Given the show’s popularity, it’s clear that many fans are looking forward to seeing Joe’s story continue.
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