With season three of the popular Netflix series receiving a nearly flawless 95% rating on Rotten Tomatoes, the streaming service has seen tremendous success.
Fans are excited to see what cunning crimes Joe Goldberg (Penn Badgley) will get up to next after how the previous season ended.
The new trailer has been released, so it doesn’t appear that fans will have to wait too long.
It follows Joe as he relocates to London and makes an effort to blend in and avoid trouble. and fails as usual.
The serial killer learns of a spate of killings among the capital’s elite while travelling through an unfamiliar area, and it appears that Joe could be their next victim.
Joe is heard stating, “I just want my little European getaway back,” as he works to solve the riddle.
You’s fourth season will be released in two parts, the first of which will be available on February 9 and the second of which will be available on March 9.
Sara Gamble, the show’s creator, teased fans in an earlier Instagram post that the midseason break is important because “you’ll need time to comprehend” what is going to happen.
Popular TV shows are now breaking for the middle of the season.
This cliché has recently been used in shows including Stranger Things, The Walking Dead, and Better Call Saul.
It extends the amount of time people have to talk about what has previously transpired while simultaneously raising suspense and interest in the sequel.
Apart from the fact that Joe will be using the fictitious name Jonathan Moore while working as a university professor, few details regarding the series have been released.
Previously, during Netflix’s TUDUM event, a quick teaser for the show was released.
In the video, Joe stated that he is “burying his past” and concentrating on academia.
He narrates: “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.
“This time around I’m focusing on academia and instruction while keeping my typical extracurricular activities strictly professional.”
You season four part one and part two will both be available on Netflix. Part one releases February 9 and Part two on March 9.