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You: Release dates for season 4 part 1 and 2 have been announced – and it’s sooner than you think

You: Release dates for season 4 part 1 and 2 have been announced – and it’s sooner than you think
The release date of You season four has been announced.

The Netflix hit series stars Gossip Girl actor Penn Badgley as silky-voiced stalker Joe Goldberg.

You’s first season aired in September 2018. A second series followed in 2019, with a third airing in October 2021.

The much-anticipated fourth season will be released in two parts. The first part will be available to stream on Netflix on 9 February 2023 and part two will be released a month later on 9 March.

The third series left off with Badgley’s character Joe in Paris, with a new alias: Professor Jonathan Moore. It has since been confirmed, however, that the events of the next series will unfold in a different city: London.

On 1 April, the official account for You shared a photo from the set, accompanied by the caption: “Joe’s back for a bloody good time. If his book choice tells us anything… Our boy may not be in Paris anymore.
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‘You’ Season 4 Gets Earlier Premiere Date On Netflix

‘You’ Season 4 Gets Earlier Premiere Date On Netflix
Here’s something for You fans to be thankful for on this Thanksgiving Day. The split fourth season of Netflix’s serial killer thriller is premiering one day earlier than expected. The streamer announced today that the first half of the season now will debut on Thursday, February 9 and Part 2 will premiere one month later, on Thursday, March 9.

You, based on Caroline Kepnes’ best-selling novel of the same name, revolves around the question, “What would you do for love?” The series stars Penn Badgley in the role of Joe Goldberg, a man who will do just about anything when love is at stake.

Season three ended with Joe leaving Madre Linda to search for Marienne (Tati Gabrielle) in Paris. He is now on the move, with the fourth season set in London where Joe adopts a new moniker – Professor Jonathan Moore.

Badgley is joined in season four by Charlotte Richie,
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Netflix Announces Earlier Premiere Date For ‘You’ Season 4

Netflix Announces Earlier Premiere Date For ‘You’ Season 4
Fans of psychological thriller You have something to be thankful for on this Thanksgiving Day as Netflix has announced that Season 4 will premiere one day earlier than expected. The streamer made the announcement revealing that Part 1 of the upcoming season will land on Thursday, February 9, 2023, with Part 2 premiering exactly one month later on Thursday, March 9, 2023. You co-creator Sera Gamble returns as showrunner for the fourth season, which sees Penn Badgley and Tati Gabrielle reprising their roles as Joe Goldberg and Marienne Bellamy, respectively. Also joining the main cast for Season 4 are Lukas Gage, Charlotte Ritchie, Tilly Keeper, Amy-Leigh Hickman, and Ed Speleers. Season 4 will see Joe move to London, where he takes on a new alias, Professor Jonathan Moore, and becomes infatuated with art gallery director Kate (Ritchie). Meanwhile, the relationship between Joe and Marienne is set to become even more complicated. Speaking to the Radio Times, Ritchie said of her role,
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You Season 4 Gets New, Earlier Premiere Date on Netflix

You Season 4 Gets New, Earlier Premiere Date on Netflix
Netflix is giving You — both the show and you as a person — something to be thankful for today.

The streamer has announced that Season 4 of Penn Badgley’s twisted thriller will now kick off one day earlier than previously expected. Part 1 will now premiere on Thursday, Feb. 9, while Part 2 will now premiere exactly one month later on Thursday, March 9.

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All the Details About Netflix’s ‘You’ Season 4, from Fresh Faces to a New Location

All the Details About Netflix’s ‘You’ Season 4, from Fresh Faces to a New Location
Penn Badgley is back as Joe Goldberg for Season 4 of “You” on Netflix, and this time, the serial killer will be stalking on an international scale.

As a reminder for the murderer-with-a-heart-of-gold (kind of?) series, Season 3 of “You” centered on newly married father Joe (Badgley) falling for single-mother librarian Marienne (Tati Gabrielle) while struggling to find himself amid the horrors of suburban domesticity.

Spoilers: Season 3 concluded with Joe murdering his wife Love (Victoria Pedretti), giving away his infant son Henry, and setting out to stalk the “true” love of his life, Marienne, in Paris — after realizing he just can’t live without their steamy chemistry and soulful literary connection.

Based on Caroline Kepnes’ best-selling novels, “You” asks the sometimes sinister question: “What would you do for love?”

Per an official press statement, Season 4 will pick up after fans last saw Joe pursuing Marienne to Europe. “You” Season 4 premieres February 10. See
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Antitrust Law Is Big Tech’s M&a Kryptonite – or Is It? | Pro Insight

Antitrust Law Is Big Tech’s M&a Kryptonite – or Is It? | Pro Insight
In my last two weekly columns, I discussed M&a in the worlds of media and entertainment. Consider this the third in my M&a trilogy. Here I focus on perhaps the single biggest threat to all media and entertainment M&a — i.e., the Department of Justice (DOJ) and its increasing heightened antitrust scrutiny of proposed deals.

It’s that scrutiny — and even the perceived threat or expectation of that scrutiny — that is chilling the mega-media M&a air this fall season. After all, Big Tech’s problem certainly isn’t money. Rather, it’s the widely held belief that those Silicon Valley behemoths are too big, too controlling, too powerful and simply too destructive to smaller players and overall competition (and the consumers who benefit from a more vibrant playing field). Antitrust is the one seemingly sure stop to the otherwise unstoppable.

In an era of increasing schism in the U.
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Why Producers’ Fights for Abortion Protection and Diversity on Sets Are Intertwined (Video)

Why Producers’ Fights for Abortion Protection and Diversity on Sets Are Intertwined (Video)
Producers have to fight for a lot on behalf of everyone on their sets. They’re battling for the creative vision of the directors and writers, they’re dedicated to building sets free of harassment, abuse or Covid-19, they fight for diversity both in front of the camera and behind the scenes, and the latest challenge in a post-Roe v. Wade world involves making sure everyone has access to abortions and reproductive healthcare.

But as the panel of TheGrill’s Producers Roundtable presented by Gracenote on Wednesday explained, the fight between being inclusive and making sure people have access to reproductive healthcare are more intertwined than you might expect.

Tazbah Chavez, a producer on FX’s “Reservation Dogs,” explained that in order for her show to give opportunities and visibility to the indigenous tribes in Oklahoma, they need to film on location in a place that today does have a strict ban on abortions.
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You Season 4 to Be Split in Two Parts — Watch Teaser, Get Release Dates

You Season 4 to Be Split in Two Parts — Watch Teaser, Get Release Dates
Professor Joe Goldberg Jonathan Moore will see You now.

Netflix on Saturday announced that You Season 4 will be released in two parts — à la Stranger Things 4:

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Part 1 will be released on Friday, Feb. 10, 2023.

Part 2 will be released exactly one month later, on Friday, March 10.

In addition, the streamer as part of its annual Tudum global fan event unveiled a teaser trailer revealing Joe’s new persona.
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You Season 4: Premiere Date and Teaser Revealed

You Season 4: Premiere Date and Teaser Revealed
Netflix gifted fans of You with some big news during its Tudum Global Fan event on Saturday.

The streaming service revealed that You Season 4 will get underway on February 10, 2023.

But there's a catch -- and a pretty big one at that.

The series will be adopting the split-season strategy.

The fourth season's second half will hit the air on March 10, 2023.

Netflix's Stranger Things adopted the split-season strategy with Stranger Things Season 4, and the excitement was off the charts.

Netflix also unveiled a teaser trailer during Tudum that introduces viewers to Professor Joe.

That's right.

Joe Goldberg is in London and living as a professor.

After the events of You Season 3, we're sure he won't be living much of a tranquil life for long.

The teaser also introduces us to those in Joe's orbit for You Season 4.

Tati Gabrielle returns as Marienne Bellamy, while the other series regulars include Lukas Gage as Adam,
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‘You’: Netflix Sets Split-Season Premiere Of Penn Badgley’s London-Bound Serial Killer Thriller

‘You’: Netflix Sets Split-Season Premiere Of Penn Badgley’s London-Bound Serial Killer Thriller
Penn Badgley’s Joe Goldberg has played a bookstore manager in New York, a shop clerk in LA and a doting husband in the suburbs in Netflix’s You.

He’s now heading to London for Season 4 of the serial killer thriller.

But the fourth season of the series will be split in two. The first part of series four will premiere on February 10 with the second part launching on March 10. Netflix didn’t reveal how many episodes were in season four but the previous three seasons have been ten episodes, suggesting a five-and-five split.

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This is a change from the past two seasons, which dropped in one batch; the second season premiering in December 2019 and the third in October 2021. The first season was launched on Lifetime before moving to the streamer.

You, based on Caroline Kepnes’ best-selling novel of the same name,
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‘You’ Season 4 Will Be Split in Half as Netflix Sets Part 1 and 2 Premiere Dates for 2023 (Video)

‘You’ Season 4 Will Be Split in Half as Netflix Sets Part 1 and 2 Premiere Dates for 2023 (Video)
Hello, you. The duplicitous — and not to mention, murderous — Joe Goldberg (portrayed by Penn Badgley) will return to terrorize our screens, as well as London and Paris, in “You” Season 4 beginning in February 2023. Netflix announced Saturday that the new season of the popular thriller series will be split in half, with Part 1 premiering on Feb. 10, while Part 2 will stream exactly a month later starting March 10.

According to the streamer’s chilling teaser, which you can watch above, Joe will be living in the U.K. as he dons the false persona of Professor Jonathan Moore.

“I’ve gone through a bit of refinement upon crossing the pond,” the character says with his trademark laconic speech, adding that he will be keeping his “extracurricular activities strictly professional.”

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Penn Badgley Says He Likely Won’t Direct Another Season Of ‘You’: ‘It’s Just Go Go Go’

Penn Badgley Says He Likely Won’t Direct Another Season Of ‘You’: ‘It’s Just Go Go Go’
Penn Badgley reveals he won’t be sitting in the director’s chair again anytime soon.

In a preview for an upcoming episode of his podcast “Podcrushed“, he spoke with co-hosts Nava Kevelin and Sophie Ansari about how he felt directing season 4 of Netflix’s “You”.

“I’m so glad to have done it, I don’t know if I’ll do it again on this show because of just how intensive it’s been,” he recalled. “It’s just an adrenaline high the entire time, you know. It’s just twelve hours of just ‘go go go go go’ and it doesn’t stop at all.”

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The actor played double duty as the show’s star Joe, as well as the director for the season. It was an experience that helped Badgley discover his own “style” as a director.
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Shooting Supernatural And Doctor Who At The Same Time Ran Mark Sheppard Ragged

Shooting Supernatural And Doctor Who At The Same Time Ran Mark Sheppard Ragged
Both "Supernatural" and "Doctor Who" fans love Mark Sheppard. For fans of the long-running paranormal series, the actor is well-known for playing the frequently recurring villain Crowley — the King of Crossroads and King of Hell (albeit in Lucifer's absence). The actor nailed Crowley's devious, charming but manipulative persona in the show, capturing the character's usual suave facade with great authenticity. Along with "Doom Patrol," Sheppard has also starred in two episodes of BBC's hit sci-fi series "Doctor Who," portraying Canton Everett Delaware II, a man who accompanies Matt Smith's Doctor and his companions on a secret mission to America.

Then, Sheppard had to navigate through filming two of television's biggest shows at the same time, which was not an easy job. Sheppard went through a particularly challenging ordeal: Filming a multi-season series can be grueling because there's hardly any time for actors to take on different projects, and
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Writers Guild Foundation Reveals 2022 Writers’ Access Support Staff Training Program Participants

Writers Guild Foundation Reveals 2022 Writers’ Access Support Staff Training Program Participants
Exclusive: The Writers Guild Foundation has revealed the participants for the 2022 session of the Writers’ Access Support Staff Training Program.

The program’s mission is to provide writers who are Bipoc, LGBTQ+, writers with disabilities, and writers over the age of 50, with tools and education to become writers’ assistants and script coordinators, ultimately resulting in meaningful employment opportunities.

Out of the 1,205 applications received, 16 candidates were selected: Anpa’o Locke, Christian Mejia, Da Eun Kim, Diarra McCormick, Isabel Meza-Roquebert, Jewel Powell, Lydia Caradine, Malaika Jules, Michelle Driscoll, Olivia Woodward, Peter Lee, Rachel Yang, Reed Tsuda, Renee Ross, Shanice Williamson, and Sherin Shetty.

The 12-week course, set to kick off in late August, will be taught by instructors Debbie Ezer (The Good Doctor) and Clay Lapari (Community), who have extensive experience as writers’ assistants and script coordinators for television. The program is sponsored by Warner Bros. Television.

Applications were reviewed by a committee of television creators,
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‘You’ Actress Victoria Pedretti Signs With CAA

‘You’ Actress Victoria Pedretti Signs With CAA
Victoria Pedretti has signed with CAA for representation.

Pedretti most recently played Love Quinn for two seasons on You, the Netflix series that stars Penn Badgley and is from Greg Berlanti and Sera Gamble.

Previously, she played Dani Clayton in The Haunting of Hill House and Nell Crain in The Haunting of Bly Manor, both for Netflix. She also played Lulu in Once Upon a Time … in Hollywood from Quentin Tarantino and Katherine in the Josephine Decker film Shirley opposite Elisabeth Moss. In 2020, she appeared in Apple TV’s Amazing Stories.

Pedretti continues to be represented by Sloane, Offer, Weber, and Dern and Entertainment 360.
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You Showrunner Reveals Penn Badgley's New Season 4 Role

You Showrunner Reveals Penn Badgley's New Season 4 Role
We'd like to say "Hello, You" to the Netflix hit's new director. That's right, a special someone is sitting in the director's chair for season four of You: Joe Goldberg himself, Penn Badgley. Showrunner Sera Gamble confirmed the news by sharing a snap of Penn wearing headphones while overseeing a scene play-out on set. Sera wrote, "We hired a new director this season but he seems to know the show really, really well." Penn's co-stars were quick to commemorate the news, with You newcomer Lukas Gage commenting, "A natural!" and season two favorite Jenna Ortega writing, "You're kidding!!! So so cool." James Scully, who played Penn's...
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Physical Exclusive Clip: Sheila and Vinnie Catch Some Rays

Physical Exclusive Clip: Sheila and Vinnie Catch Some Rays
Murray Bartlett has been an excellent addition to the cast of Physical Season 2.

As Vinnie, he's been delivering excellent comedy timing throughout the witty scripts, starring opposite Rose Byrne's Sheila.

Friday's new episode, titled, “Don’t You Run and Hide,” finds Sheila getting a look inside Vinnie operation, while Danny does some soul-searching.

TV Fanatic scored an exclusive first look at the episode, and it looks like another solid installment.

In a new clip, Vinnie and Sheila catch some rays on tanning beds and have a fun conversation.

Vinnie admits that he doesn't like people, but he's been watching Sheila's every move.

Will they be able to work together, or will they butt heads?

There's certainly a lot of excitement for the episode after watching this clip.

Physical Season 2 "finds our hero Sheila Rubin (Byrne) having successfully launched her first fitness video only to encounter some new and bigger obstacles on her path,
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Sera Gamble Describes Bizarre First Script She Wrote About Goth Girls: ‘This Is the Story of How I Was Almost a Comedy Writer’

Sera Gamble Describes Bizarre First Script She Wrote About Goth Girls: ‘This Is the Story of How I Was Almost a Comedy Writer’
In Variety’s new feature, The One That Got Away, Emmy contenders reflect on one of their projects that never saw the light of day, was canceled too soon or that they’d like to revisit some day.

When you hear Sera Gamble’s name, you don’t think of comedy.

After getting her start on ABC’s short-lived procedural “Eyes” in 2005, she joined the “Supernatural” writers’ room. Later, she created, executive produced and wrote Syfy’s “The Magicians” and then, in 2018, launched “You” with Greg Berlanti, a drama based on Caroline Kepnes’ twisted novels.

The dramas are laced with a bit of darkness — and couldn’t be further from comedy. When she began though, she didn’t know what route she was headed down.

“This is the story of how I was almost a comedy writer. I would not have predicted this for my career at all,” she tells Variety.
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Amazon Prime Video Renews ‘Upload’ for Season 3 (TV News Roundup)

Amazon Prime Video Renews ‘Upload’ for Season 3 (TV News Roundup)
Sci-fi comedy series “Upload” will return for Season 3, Amazon Studios announced Wednesday. From writer Greg Daniels (“The Office”), Season 2 of the series has remained in Amazon Prime Video’s Top 10 series list since it premiered on March 11.

Set in a future where humans can choose to be “uploaded” into a cyber afterlife, “Upload” returned for Season 2 with its main character, Nathan, at a crossroads: his ex-girlfriend Ingrid has arrived in the afterworld of Lakeview, while Nathan yearns for his “customer service angel” Nora.

“’Upload’ has become a bonafide hit that continues to be one of the most watched comedy originals on Prime Video,” said Vernon Sanders, head of global television at Amazon Studios. “The series continues to connect and provoke endless possibilities for the future of technology and humanity. With Greg’s distinct comedic take along with the dynamic creative team and talented actors, they’ve made a globally relevant
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Physical Season 2 Trailer Introduces Murray Bartlett

Physical Season 2 Trailer Introduces Murray Bartlett
Physical will be back on the air before we know it.

The hit Apple TV+ comedy will return Friday June 3, with one episode, followed by a new episode weekly, every Friday.

The streamer on Wednesday unveiled a full-length Season 2 trailer for the series, starring and executive produced by Rose Byrne.

From creator, writer and executive producer Annie Weisman, the 10-episode second season adds Murray Bartlett (The White Lotus).

In addition to Byrne, the second season ensemble cast is led by returning stars Rory Scovel, Dierdre Friel, Della Saba, Lou Taylor Pucci, and Paul Sparks.

Bartlett joins the sophomore season as ‘Vinnie Green,' a charismatic fitness instructor, weight-loss guru and pioneer of the late-night infomercial.

In the second season, our hero Sheila Rubin (Byrne) has successfully launched her first fitness video only to encounter some new and bigger obstacles in her path.

She is torn between loyalty to her husband
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