The thirst for more You on Netflix has never been so big. While some details surrounding Season 4 have been announced, there’s also still a lot to discover. With that in mind, here’s what we know about the You Season 4 release date, who’s in the cast, what it’s going to be about, and more.
What is the release date of You Season 4 on Netflix?
You Season 4 will be divided into two parts. Part 1 starts February 10, 2023 on Netflix. Part 2 starts a month later, on March 10, 2023. With a total of 10 episodes, it would make sense to split the season equally into five episodes per part. Of course, Netflix has taken a different approach in the past. The fourth season of Stranger Things, for example, initially dropped six episodes before the final two were released a few weeks later.
Who is in the cast of You Season 4?
- Penn Badgley as Joe Goldberg
- Tati Gabrielle as Marienne Bellamy
- Luke Gage as Adam
- Amy Leigh Hickman as Nadia
- Charlotte Ritchie as Kate
- Ed Speleers as Rhys
- Tilly Keeper as Lady Phoebe
- Aidan Cheng as Simon
- Niccy Lin as Sophie
- Eve Austin as Gemma
- Ozioma Whenu as blessing
- Dario Coates as Connie
- Stephen Hagan as Malcolm
- Ben Wiggins as Roald
- Sean Pertwee as Vic
- Brad Alexander as Edward
- Alison Pargeter as Dawn
- Adam James as Eliot
Penn Badgley returns as Joe Goldberg in the You Season 4 cast, and Tati Gabrielle also returns as Marienne Bellamy. Though she seemed to have escaped the clutches of the murderous stalker by the end of Season 3, her journey doesn’t seem to be over yet. They’ll be joined by a barrage of new faces that we shouldn’t expect to make it to the final episodes of Season 4, which are still breathing.
What will happen in You Season 4?
Joe has taken on a new role, now pretending to be a college professor named Jonathan Moore. While he finished Season 3 in Paris, the bulk of Season 4 will take place in England’s capital, London. Showrunner Sera Gamble said (via Entertainment Weekly) that Joe is “great when he’s in an environment that’s not natural to him, alien to him,” so it’ll be interesting to get his take on this new land see.
Badgley also hinted that fans should expect something different from You season 4 than what they’ve already seen. He told ‘Entertainment Tonight’: “We’re using a different format… It’s almost like we’re shifting the genre slightly.” Exactly how much has changed remains to be seen, but there will undoubtedly be a wealth of twists and turns give the way.