“You” Has Been Renewed For Season 3

Penn Badgley and Victoria Pedretti in "You"

It looks like we haven’t seen the last of Joe Goldberg.

Netflix has decided to renew You for a third season and the news comes less than three weeks after Season 2 premiered. The series ranked No. 5 on Netflix’s top ten list of most popular series in 2019.

In the second season, we catch up with Joe as he’s trying to get a fresh start by relocating to Los Angeles. What he doesn’t see coming is falling in love so soon after his last serious relationship ended tragically. You is based on Caroline Kepnes’ books You and Hidden Bodies.

Season 3 will be 10 episodes long and it’s set to for a 2021 release date. Penn Badgley (Joe Goldberg) and Victoria Pedretti (Love Quinn) have already confirmed that they will be returning for the third season.

Also returning are the series co-creators Sera Gamble and Greg Berlanti and Gamble return as showrunner.

Gamble confirmed the news and hinted that like in the previous seasons, Joe will be adapting to a new environment, “We would move the lens for a Season 3 because one of the things that we like about this show is that Joe dives into a different fishbowl every season… Culturally, he’s going somewhere totally different. And his problems are totally different in Season 3.”