You Season 4: Release Date, Cast Members, Storyline, and Everything You Need to Know

Season 4 of “You” is coming soon. The most recent episode of the Netflix series now has a set release date and will also be released in two parts. This time, Joe Goldberg has travelled over the pond and is residing in London as Jonathan Moore, a professor who interacts with prominent figures from the English kingdom’s high society.

That’s correct, though Marianne (Tati Gabrielle) is also back for cycle three, a new city implies a new cast of characters and a new passion.

Netflix will release You season 4 in two parts: Part 1 will debut on February 9 and Part 2 will follow on March 9. Initially set for February 10 and March 10, the release dates were later advanced by one day.

Although the number of episodes in each half is yet unknown, at least we are aware that the time between the two releases won’t be too long.

You Season 4 Release Date

On February 10, 2023, the very first half of the season was scheduled to premiere, now in time for Valentine’s Day. Netflix has moved the opening date forward to February 9, 2023, which is a confident move if we’ve ever seen one, so we’ll have one additional day for bingeing.

After that, we’ll have to wait an entire month before part two is released on March 9, 2023, which was also moved up from March 10. Please change the dates in your calendars.

The Netflix crew uploaded a talk box from the set that has the date March 22 2022, written on it, marking the formal start of season four filming in London. Considering that Joe was the victim, it should come as no surprise that the board was covered in blood.

Where was You Season 4 filmed?

London is the setting for You’s fourth season! Yes, to find out where Joe leads his concerns next, the thriller is coming across to this side of the Atlantic.

The official Instagram account for Netflix posted in a post revealing the new shooting location and including a behind-the-scenes photo: “Goodbye… to you. Joe isn’t very good at altering his conduct, but he’s never hesitant to change his address.

“Our son looks to be across the water if his book list is any indicator,” his mother said. The streaming service stated that Tilly Keeper, Amy Leigh Hickman, and Ed Speleers will be among the new cast members.

Season 3 of You ended on a cliffhanger that suggested that season 4 will take place in Paris. But on April 1, the official You Instagram account published a BTS photo that seemed to indicate Joe (Penn Badgley) will be relocating to London for the upcoming season. That is now confirmed by the recently released teaser trailer, which features Joe as Prof. Moore.

More than a few new characters and several returning ones, like Marienne, are introduced in the teaser. Additionally, Netflix stated in mid-November 2022 that we wouldn’t have to wait long to learn more about the next series because teasers would be released throughout December 2022. Exciting!

You Season 4 cast 

Although it is unknown in what form Tati Gabrielle’s character will return, she will play Marienne, the subject of Joe Goldberg’s infatuation in season 3. Penn Badgley will reprise his role as Joe Goldberg.

New actors make up the remainder of the primary cast. The first actor up is Euphoria’s Lukas Gage, who plays Adam, a wealthy American ex-pat who consistently falls short of his prosperous family’s expectations.

Charlotte Ritchie, who starred in Feel Good, plays Kate, a director of an art gallery who is passionately devoted and wary of those who are not her friends. Lady Phoebe, often known as Tilly Keeper, is Kate’s best friend. Because of her fame, money, and trustworthiness, Tilly Keeper frequently draws con artists.

Nadia, played by Amy-Leigh Hickman, is an opinionated literature student and ambitious novelist who needs assistance covering up some past errors that jeopardize her life. And lastly, Ed Speleers plays Rhys, a wacky novelist with a rough past whose memoir catapulted him to fame.

Additionally, recurring parts have been assigned to Niccy Lin, Aidan Cheng, Stephen Hagan, Ben Wiggins, Eve Austin, Ozioma Whenu, Dario Coates, Sean Pertwee, Brad Alexander, Alison Pargeter, and Adam James.

You season 4 storyline

To put it mildly, your third season’s end was rather dramatic. Even by his standards, Joe did a bit too far when he killed his wife Love (Victoria Pedretti), left their infant with another family, pretended to die, put his own toe into a pie to blame Love for the tragedy, and then set fire to his suburban California home.

When we last saw Joe, he was called by “Nick,” and he had just arrived in Paris to look for Marienne, who is a native of that city. Most of You season 4 will, as far as we know, take location in London, with a little portion of the season momentarily taking place in Paris.

It was announced at the Netflix Tudum event that Joe had adopted a new persona. He is currently posing as Jonathan Moore, a college lecturer. This makes sense given that Royal Holloway University served as the venue for portions of the show’s filming. He hasn’t yet made clear what he’s doing in his new life, though.

Lukas Gage from Euphoria will be a brand-new addition for season four. His character will be a season regular (and a regular pain in Joe’s side as his new foe), as announced on Netflix on February 17, 2022. So he had best keep a lookout.

According to Deadline, Gage will play businessman Adam, “a former American, the younger son of a rich East-Coast mogul.” When it relates to living up to the expectations of his prosperous family, Adam is rather on a losing streak. Charlotte Ritchie from Ghosts will make her debut in season four as Kate, the cold director of an art gallery who has had her doubts about Joe ever since she first saw him.

Badgley provided Collider with his opinions on season four: “I believe that Joe’s connection with himself may be more important. Given that this isn’t exactly a drama about a killer but rather. For the purpose of a compelling tale, I believe it exaggerates the mistakes we make in relationships. It’s difficult to quit becoming competitive in relationships, even though we truly need to put down our swords.”

Netflix has not yet confirmed if season four is the show’s last instalment, so if it does mean the end of Joe, we would also anticipate that it will be the conclusion of You.

You Season 4 trailer

We get a brief introduction to the characters in the first look teaser, and we can already picture Joe detesting them all. We are aware that everyone in this group—from the obnoxious attention seekers to the ladies who are just beyond his reach—is in danger.

“We’re extremely thankful that Netflix has given You such huge support and that people throughout the world have loved seeing Joe truly get it all very incorrect over the past three seasons,” the show’s creator Sera Gamble said in a statement announcing the fourth season.

“In season 4, the entire You team is eager to delve into new, sinister dimensions of love. Through the end of the 4th season, where will we exactly be with Joe?

The first season of You was partly based on Caroline Kepnes’ book You, the second was based on Hidden Bodies, and the third was probably based on You Love Me, which was released in April 2021. Although Kepnes has said she is writing a fourth novel, it is presently unknown how much that will serve as the inspiration for the upcoming season of You or whether the novel or the show will be released first.

You’s first season was set and shot in New York, but for season two the action and production moved to Los Angeles. According to Sera Gamble, “if you went right from series one to series two, you’ll see the sun-drenched colour palette.” “The light in Los Angeles is creamier than it was in season one.”

A street in the Los Angeles suburb of Van Nuys was used in the exterior design of Love and Joe’s dream home in the third season of You, which was also videoed in California. These locations served as doubles for the fictional city of Madre Linda.

By the third season’s end, the storyline has Joe in Paris in search of Marienne, his most recent obsession, even though the episode was actually shot in Los Angeles with a falsified backdrop of the Eiffel Tower.

However, since the show’s filming was done in London, England, this appears that this season of YOU will be distinctly British.

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