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‘YOU’ Season 4 New Release Date, Cast, Trailer, Plot

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Joe Goldberg (played by Penn Badgley) is once again up to his old tricks in YOU Season 4.

The addictive Netflix series was given the green light by Netflix just days before Season 3 landed on screens in October 2021, so fans have been eagerly anticipating finding out what’s in store for Joe.

At the end of Season 3, Joe fled to Paris under the nickname Nick, on a quest to find his one true love, Marianne (Tati Gabrielle).

As the screen faded to black and as Joe walked off down the busy Parisian street, he said: “All I know, mon amour is I’ll search the world if I have to. I will find you,” and it looks like, Joe has made it all the way to London for Season 4.

Newsweek has everything you need to know about YOU Season 4, including the release date, cast, trailer and plot, so you won’t miss a thing.

When Is YOU Season 4 Out on Netflix?

There is good news for fans of YOU on Netflix.

The gripping psychological thriller is coming to screens earlier than previously announced by Netflix.

Penn Badgley as Joe Goldberg in YOU Season 3. The gripping psychological thriller is coming to screens earlier than previously announced by Netflix.
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YOU Season 4, Part 1 will debut on Thursday, February 9, on Netflix, and Part 2 is scheduled to land on Thursday, March 9.

The release dates have been brought forward by 24 hours, much to the delight of YOU fans.

To watch YOU Season 4, you must be a Netflix customer. You can subscribe to the streaming giant now for $6.99.

Who Is in the Cast of YOU Season 4?

Penn Badgley returns as Joe Goldberg in YOU Season 4.

Tati Gabrielle will also reprise her role as Marianne, Joe’s love interest in the new series.

Joining Badgley is The White Lotus star Lukas Gage as Adam and EastEnders actress Tilly Keeper as Phoebe.

Charlotte Richie takes on the role of art gallery director Kate, who may or not may not be Joe’s new love interest.

Speaking to Digital Spy, Ritchie teased: “Well, I don’t know how much I can say about whether I’m the object of his affection or not.”

She continued: “It was a dream sequence… Or was it?! It’s an interesting one because it doesn’t start that way.

“They’re not into each other. It’s not like a sort of… that’s quite a later development in their story. But she’s basically extremely suspicious of him and really doesn’t like him at the beginning.”

Also starring in the series are Adam James, Ed Speleers, Amy Leigh Hickman, Sean Pertwee, Brad Alexander, Stephen Hagan, Aidan Cheng, Ben Wiggins and Ozioma…

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