YOU season 4 to release in two parts: Here’s what you can expect from the upcoming season

YOU season 4 to release in two parts with first part releasing on February 9th. What should you expect from Joe Goldberg aka Professor Jonathan Moore this time?

Joe Goldberg has gone overseas to continue his favourite past-time hobby which is to murder people while justifying his crimes in his head. Netflix series You will be coming back with its new season and fans could not control their excitement.

Psychological thriller series, based on the books by Caroline Kepnes, follows the life of Joe, played by Penn Badgley, who is an avid reader and works at a bookstore in season 1 where he meet his love interest Guinevere Beck (Elizabeth Lail), an aspiring writer. Joe’s admiration turns into obsession for Beck which then leads to series of murders of all those who come in his way of romance.

In season 2, he takes on a new name, Will Bettelheim, to hide his crimes and moves to Los Angeles. There, he meets a chef, Love Quinn (Victoria Pedretti), and falls back into his old patterns of obsession and murders to make his relationship work. It is not long before he learns the dark side of Love. By season 3, they are married and parents to a baby boy and have moved to Californian suburb, Madre Linda. However when Joe, once again, falls back to his old habits of obsession with his next door neighbour Natalie and librarian Marienne, Love goes to extremely lengths to save her perfect family.

What to expect from YOU Season 4?

The official outline for the season 4 of You has not been revealed yet but Netflix has shared a teaser which confirms that Joe is now in London, United Kingdom. He has taken up the profession of professor and has once again changed his name to Jonathan Moore. He is trying his best to blend in the world of academia but knowing Joe, it is not going to be easy.

During Netflix’s TUDUM showcase event, it released the first teaser of You in September 2022. In the teaser, Joe lets us know that he is no lovable manager at the book store, or a shop clerk in LA, or a doting husband next-door. He explains that moving to London has helped him bury his past and now he is no longer looking for love. This time, he just wants to focus on academia and keep his extracurricular activities professional. But it is safe to predict that the new life of Joe aka Jonathan won’t be as drama-free as he would like.