Your first look at YOU season four is finally here
It lands on Netflix in February.
We can practically hear the sound of Joe Goldberg dusting off his baseball cap ahead of the launch of the new season of YOU in just a few months.
The fourth series of the hugely gripping psychological thriller kicks off with part one streaming on Netflix on 9 February, while the second part will arrive one month later on 9 March.
Until then, we've been given some of the first looks at the upcoming season and it looks as enticing as ever.
This time around, Joe Goldberg (Penn Badgley) has left the US behind and is heading to the UK where he has assumed the identity of Jonathan Moore, a college professor.
Recently released photos from Netflix have given fans of the series a brief introduction to the cast of characters joining Badgley this year.
Eve Austin as the new character Gemma
Meanwhile, a video announcing the show's premiere date a few months ago showed that the character of Joe is still definitely up to his old tricks.
"I'm not the lovable bookstore manager in New York, or the shop clerk in LA, or the doting husband in the suburbs," Joe says in the teaser. "No, not anymore."
Tilly Keeper and Charlotte Richie as new characters Lady Phoebe and Kate
He goes on: "Allow me to introduce myself. I've gone through a bit of refinement upon crossing the pond. And living in London has allowed me to bury the past if you will. Gone are the days of unrequited love and longing.
"No, this time around I'm focusing on academia and instruction while keeping my typical extracurricular activities strictly professional.
"One must make time to exchange ideas with like-minded colleagues. Unfortunately, with friends in high places, there usually come others attempting to climb that social ladder.
"Some may end up falling – or shall I say pushed? – to their social death."
Yeah, it's safe to say we're fairly intrigued now.
For more images and casting details for You season four, check out the below Twitter thread from Netflix.
New city. New name. Same Joe?
Here’s your first look at You Season 4! pic.twitter.com/wRHVs3i7jI
— Netflix (@netflix) December 6, 2022