Season 2 of You will keep all the things that fans absolutely loved about the first season
"It’s not broke, don’t fix it." Season 2 of You arrives on 26 December.
We're fairly certain that You won't be winning any Emmy Awards. It won't make JOE's end of year list for the best TV show of the year. It might not even make sense for any newcomer that's watching it.
What it will get is viewers. Lots and lots of viewers, and after all, isn't that what studios, directors, and actors want?
It's far from being the best show on TV, but people can't get enough of Joe (Penn Badgley) and his incredibly-creepy and psychotic-stalker ways.
With news that Season 2 of the show will be released on Stephen's Day, Entertainment Weekly have given an update on what viewers might expect.
To begin with, because the show is based on a series of books, there will be certain characters and thematic threads that are adhered to, but in terms of tone, Season 2 is going to be very much like Season 1.
“Netflix was clear they wanted us to give them a show that was like Season 1,” says showrunner Sera Gamble. “They basically said, ‘It’s not broke, don’t fix it.’ ”
In terms of the story, the new episodes are based on Caroline Kepnes’ 2016 follow-up novel Hidden Bodies. Joe is moving from New York to Los Angeles in season 2. It’s there that he’ll meet a character named Love (Victoria Pedretti) - yeah, we know.
Aside from this, Joe's ex girlfriend, Candace (Ambyr Childers), will also make an appearance.
Bring on the trash TV.
Season 2 of You is released on 26 December on Netflix.