After a very long production delay caused by the COVID-19, the fans of the series will be pleased to hear that You Season 3 of the online streaming service providing platform, Netflix, is now back on track for release next year. The scandalous thriller follows Penn Badley, whom we have previously seen in Gossip Girl, as the sinister Joe Goldberg, and the women he becomes infatuated with, who often end up meeting a dark fate.
As a giant hit for the streaming platform, it was a little surprise when the series was renewed for the third season earlier this year, but the filming for the third season of the series was halted in the month of March as the coronavirus began spreading across the Western World.
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Fortunately, it has been confirmed by the streaming giant that work is once again underway on the new episodes of You Season 3, which will be picking up on the huge twists left hanging in the finale of the second season of the series.
A picture posted to the official Twitter account of Netflix sees Badgley in character sporting a You-branded face mask, with the tongue-in-cheek warning that the viewers should stay six feet away from the unhinged Joe Goldberg at all times.
We recommend you stay at least 6 feet from Joe Goldberg at all times.
YOU Season 3 is back in production. pic.twitter.com/ijti25tPFk
— Netflix (@netflix) November 2, 2020
We already know that the third season of You will see the addition of Travis Van Winkle, previously worked in The Last Ship, as a self-proclaimed Master of Self-Optimization, and Shalita Grant, who has previously worked in NCIS: New Orleans, as a locally famous mother and a social media influencer.
But mostly, the fans will be keen to know what the future has in store for Joe and his new rival Love, which is played by Victoria Pedretti, previously worked in The Haunting of Bly Manor, who was revealed to have some murderous secrets of her own.
It did not take long after the second season’s December 2019 debut for news to emerge about a series, with the commission of a third run officially announced the following month.
The production started just prior to the COVID-19 pandemic but was halted soon after in order to keep the cast and members of the crew safe from catching the illness.
After an extended hiatus, the streaming giant confirmed in the month of November that the filming on the third season had resumed, which will hopefully mean the show can still return in 2021.