Netflix has renewed the thriller “You” for a season two but there’s still no release date.
Season two won’t exactly follow the second book in the “You” series, “Hidden Bodies.”
The second season of “You” will take place in Los Angeles and some people from Joe’s past might return.
Warning: Major spoilers ahead.
It might seem like Joe Goldberg got away with his crimes on the first season of “You,” but the story isn’t over yet. A second season of the psychological thriller series is in the works at Netflix, which means Joe’s past likely won’t stay buried.
The series, which is based on the book of the same name by Caroline Kepnes, follows New York bookstore manager Joe (Penn Badgley) through his obsessive pursuit of Beck (Elizabeth Lail), an aspiring writer. By the end of the first season, Joe’s obsession with Beck has turned deadly. Although he appears to have successfully gotten away with multiple murders and crimes, his past is sure to haunt him in season two.
The second season (partially based on Kepnes’ follow up novel “Hidden Bodies”) promises to delve deeper into Joe’s twisted mind as his relentless quest for love “ventures into riskier, bolder territory.”
Here’s everything we know so far about “You” season two so far.
The second season will be set in Los Angeles
After pinning Beck’s murder on her therapist Dr. Nicky (John Stamos), Joe will be moving to a new state. Series co-creator Sera Gamble revealed that the move to LA will likely be an adjustment for Joe, who prefers to keep a low profile.
“One problem that Joe might face coming to Los Angeles is that you can’t walk down the goddamn street without someone posing against a selfie wall for their Instagram,” Gamble told TV Guide after the season finale aired …read more
Source:: Business Insider