Netflix ‘You’ Showrunner Sera Gamble Teases Line From Upcoming Season 4
The popular Netflix show You showrunner, Sera Gamble, has teased a little script of the upcoming season 4.
In an Instagram post posted on Monday, January 2, 2023, Gamble shared a witty one-liner by Joe Goldberg. She captioned the post: “In honor of cleaning up my desk for the new year, please enjoy this out of context line from the upcoming season of YOU. May it inspire your 2023.”
The image is a snapshot of the script that reads only one dialogue: “JOE, I can’t tell you how much I don’t care what you think.”
Created by Greg Berlanti, the series is based on a series of novels by Caroline Kepnes, including the first book, Youwas originally released in 2014, followed by Hidden bodies.
Penn Badgley will reprise the role of daybook nerd and murderous stalker, but this time in the guise of a professor in London. Alongside Badgely, Tati Gabrielle will return to the series as well as Marienne who narrowly escapes the clutches of Joe’s late wife, Love (Victoria Pedretti) and flees to Paris to leave the horrific chapter behind her.
In the upcoming season, Joe Golberg, having taken on the identity of a college professor named Jonathan Moore, “will focus on academia and teaching while keeping [his] typical strictly professional extracurricular activities.
You Season 4 will begin in two parts. Part 1 will premiere on Netflix on February 9, 2023, before ending its season in Part 2 a month later on March 9, 2023.