‘You’ Season 3 To Restart Filming This Fall

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The pandemic has delayed production of many of our favorite shows, but it seems that filming for the highly anticipated You season 3 will officially begin again, and we have some hints about what to expect…

It’s good news for fans of Netflix’s You.

We finally have an update on season 3 and it looks like there’s a lot to be excited for.

Perfect for those in the post-Christmas slump, the psychological thriller followed the ill-fated romantic pursuits of a terrifying sociopath, named Joe.

In the series, Jow becomes absolutely obsessed with a writing student and all-around Millenial cliche named Guinevere Beck, stopping at nothing to gain her affections.

Some of Joe’s actions are pretty questionable.

And by questionable, we mean terrifying. What starts with him intensely investigating Beck’s social media accounts quickly descends into some full-blown stalking. The girl seriously needed to invest in some curtains.

By the end of series 1, not only were all of Beck’s closest acquaintances murdered but (spoiler alert), Beck had to go too. She simply knew too much about Joe’s horrifying habits.

Although (worryingly enough), Joe seems to have managed to go on a full-blown killing spree without consequences – and there was an even more bizarre reaction to his behavior.

Yep, that’s right. Pretty much the whole of the internet developed a huge crush on him. This is why we can’t have nice things.

After the trail of destruction Joe left behind in New York, season two of You had to have a change of scenery.

It first starts with Joe moving cross country to Los Angeles, with the best intentions to turn over a new leaf and leave all the creepiness and crimes back in NYC.

As Beck is (sadly) no more, Joe obviously needed a new victim – sorry, sorry, girlfriend. Earlier this year, it was announced Love Quinn would be played by Victoria Pedretti, who you can see in the trailer at the bottom.

There have been more casting announcements over the year, including Melanie Field and Magda Apanowicz. We don’t know exactly what these characters will be up to – but with Joe around, we can only assume they’re in for some serious misery.

Joe’s mysterious ex, Candace, who we believed for all of season one to be dead, will be back in season two – and hopefully mean Joe finally has to face some consequences for his actions.

The second series of You was based on Kepnes’ follow up book.

The second book, called Hidden Bodies, came out in 2016 – so if you really can’t wait to find out what terrible things Joe will do next, you can read it now and reveal all.

The reviews came in and people well and truly raved about the second installment.

Sadly, however, due to the pandemic, filming of the upcoming installment was put on hold.

An insider confirmed to Ladbible that the show will resume filming this fall.

And it looks like we’re in for a treat.

Gamble explained that “there’s lots to come” with the new mystery neighbour spotted at the end.

The pair were re-watching and chatting about some of the best moments of the hit show so far, including that final scene of season 2. “It’s pretty obvious when we were filming this that we were careful not to show too much of her because that role hasn’t technically been cast yet. But there’s lots to come with that neighbor,” Gamble revealed.

Especially after hearing that final voiceover from Joe in which he says: “This is just the beginning. Because this is where I had to be to meet you. “There you were with your books and your sunshine, so close but worlds away. I will figure out a way. A way to get to you. See you soon, neighbor.”

But one fan has a very different theory… that the woman is actually Joe’s mom. “I’m telling y’all the woman at the end is going to be Joe’s mom and not a new girl he’s obsessed with,” the wrote on Twitter. “I think she disappeared and started a new family and Joe finally decided to track her down for obvious reasons… He’s absolutely stalking his mom in S3 #YouSeasonTwo.”

But, it’s reassuring to know that work is well underway. You Season 1 & 2 are available to stream on Netflix now. While you wait, scroll on for all the details of the upcoming Gossip Girl remake. There’s someone very exciting set to be reprising their role…