“You” probably didn’t see this coming. What initially looked like another frothy, late-night soap from Lifetime is now firmly established as a perennial critics’ favorite and a Netflix hit? Yeah, we didn’t either. And while this could be the result of our quarantine brains over-bingeing on everything, Season 3 of “You” is damn near perfect. Finally, it seems that our favorite serial killer Joe Goldberg (Penn Badgley) has become a fully fledged antihero — and it took three seasons to find a bit of empathy for him. Developed for television by Sera Gamble and Greg Berlanti, “You” has continued to progress over three shapeshifting seasons, emerging in 2021 with a tone drastically different than what was seen in its preliminary days on cable.
A social media-obsessed white man who dons a black baseball cap to prey upon unsuspecting women was perhaps not the easiest sell in 2018, amid the height of the #MeToo movement.
The City of Lights just got a whole lot darker. You’s third season finale found Joe Goldberg saying adios to Madre Linda and bonjour to Paris, where he hopes to start yet another new life, this time with his librarian lover Marienne.
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Actor Mark Blum, who recurred in the show’s first season as bookstore owner Mr. Mooney, was set to reprise the pivotal role in a series of flashbacks in Season 3. But that changed when the actor died of complications from the coronavirus in March 2020.
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From the moment Joe Goldberg first spotted his new neighbor in the closing moments of You‘s second season, it was clear that he had found his new obsession.
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Lo and behold, the Netflix thriller’s third season — which is now available to
If you thought Joe Goldberg (Penn Badgley) would fall in love with a woman who was an perfect match for him in terms of how far she’d go for what she loved, marry her, have a baby with her and live some version of happily ever after — even one in which they begin to kill together — well, then you haven’t really been paying attention to Netflix’s “You.”
The second season of the dramatic thriller based on Caroline Kepnes’ “You” and “Hidden Bodies” novels teased that Joe and his new family would move to the suburbs, where he would — seemingly instantaneously — find a new object of his obsession. The third season paid that off immediately by introducing new neighbor Natalie (Michaela McManus). However, instead of watching Joe insert himself
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Ahead of the highly-anticipated third season premiere, Netflix renewed the drama series for a fourth season.
Season three is available Friday, October 15, globally on Netflix.
It's nice to know that the future is secure. It wasn't all that long ago the first season aired on Lifetime to little fanfare, leaving us pondering the future of it.
The move to Netflix propelled it to dizzying heights across the world, and it's one of the streamer's most-watched shows.
The series is executive produced by Sera Gamble and Greg Berlanti; Gamble also serves as showrunner.
Developed by Gamble & Berlanti and based on the books You and Hidden Bodies by Caroline Kepnes, season 4 will be produced by Berlanti Productions and Alloy Entertainment in association with Warner Bros. Television. Sarah Schechter, Leslie Morgenstein, David Madden, Gina Girolamo, John Scott, Neil Reynolds, Michael Foley,
Starring Penn Badgley and Victoria Pedretti, You is developed by Sera Gamble and Greg Berlanti, and Gamble also serves as showrunner.
You, based on Caroline Kepnes’ best-selling novel of the same name, revolves around “What would you do for love?” Joe Goldberg, a man who will do just about anything when love is at stake.
In Season 3, Joe (Badgley) and Love (Pedretti), now married and raising their baby, have moved to the balmy Northern California enclave of Madre Linda, where they’re surrounded by privileged tech entrepreneurs, judgmental mommy bloggers and Insta-famous biohackers. Joe is committed to his new role as a husband and dad, but fears Love’s lethal impulsiveness. And then there’s his heart.
Based on Caroline Kepnes’ series of novels, You is developed by executive producers Greg Berlanti and Sera Gamble, the latter of whom serves as showrunner. Berlanti, Gamble, Sarah Schechter, Leslie Morgenstein, David Madden, Gina Girolamo, John Scott, Neil Reynolds, Michael Foley, and Justin Lo will return as executive producers for Season 4.
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The series is based on the books “You” and “Hidden Bodies” by Caroline Kepnes. It was developed by Greg Berlanti and Sera Gamble. Both serve as executive producers with Gamble also serving as showrunner. Sarah Schechter, Leslie Morgenstein, David Madden, Gina Girolamo, John Scott, Neil Reynolds, Michael Foley, and Justin Lo also serve as executive producers. Berlanti Productions and Alloy Entertainment produce in association with Warner Bros. Television.
“Reading Caroline’s novel, Greg and I were instantly obsessed with Joe Goldberg and his twisted world view,” said Gamble. “And it’s been thrilling to watch Penn bring Joe to creepy yet compelling life. We’re deeply grateful that Netflix has shown You such monumental support, and that people around the world have enjoyed watching Joe really get it
The streaming giant has handed out an early fourth-season renewal for the stalker drama starring Penn Badgley. The pickup comes days ahead of the Oct. 15 launch of season three of the series from Warner Bros. TV, Alloy Entertainment, showrunner Sera Gamble and exec producer Greg Berlanti.
“Reading Caroline’s novel, Greg and I were instantly obsessed with Joe Goldberg and his twisted worldview,” Gamble said Wednesday. “And it’s been thrilling to watch Penn bring Joe to creepy yet compelling life. We’re deeply grateful that Netflix has shown You such ...
Other highlights this year: A “Salute to Chuck Lorre & His CBS Comedy All-Stars,” and a special conversation celebrating New Amsterdam featuring the cast and guests from the World Health Organization.
“When the World Health Organization reached out to us at New Amsterdam, we thought we were being punked,” said David Schulner, Creator, Executive Producer, and Showrunner, and Peter Horton, Executive Producer. “We’re a TV show about fake doctors and they’re… the W.H.O.! After they assured us that they wanted to commend us on the work we do, we knew the Paley Center was the place to make it happen. We couldn’t be happier to be back at Paley
The full Paley Center for Media lineup also includes Paramount Plus’ “Seal Team,” HBO Max’s “Gossip Girl,” AMC’s “Fear the Walking Dead” and NBC’s “New Amsterdam.”
The Paley Center for Media announced that this year’s event will stream on the organizations YouTube Channel on Oct. 12 at 10 a.m. Et for Paley Center members and Citi cardmembers, and then they will be released to the public on Oct. 15 at 10 a.m. Et.
“We are excited to present the PaleyFest NY 2021, which brings some of the most anticipated shows to millions of fans available on the Paley Center’s YouTube channel,” said Maureen J. Reidy, the Paley Center’s president and CEO. “We are grateful for the continued support
Why Should I Watch? Wow, where to begin? I guess you have to start with the man himself, Colin Kaepernick. The former NFL quarterback who shined a spotlight on police brutality and systemic oppression through protest serves as co-creator and onscreen narrator in his six-part coming-of-age story. Then there’s Ava DuVernay — the Oscar-nominated filmmaker behind “Selma” and “When They See Us” handles co-creator, executive producer, and pilot director duties (and she also directs all of Kaepernick’s present-day scenes). Jaden Michael will play Young Colin, and really, that sums up all you need to know. Since his on-field protests, Kaepernick hasn’t been offered a position in the NFL, despite two appearances in the NFC Championship game, one Super Bowl, and the sixth-best touchdown-to-interception ratio in league history. That his first media project is framed around his youth, rather than a splashy tell-all about his professional career,
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“We’re just the nice, normal neighbors next door,” Joe tells his new wife Love (Victoria Pedretti) in the clip, convincing no one.
The new season picks up right where Season 2 left off nearly two years ago, with Joe and Love having relocated from Los Angeles to “the balmy Northern California enclave of Madre Linda, where they’re surrounded by privileged tech entrepreneurs, judgmental mommy bloggers and Insta-famous biohackers.” Whether or not Joe will hate them as much as he hated L.A.’s social-climbing influencers and
Launched in March by Saracho, Royce and Alper in partnership with Wgf, 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 a writers’ assistant and script coordinator, ultimately resulting in meaningful employment opportunities.
Forty-eight participants were chosen out of over 2,200 applications which were reviewed by a committee of TV writers and showrunners, many of whom previously worked in support staff roles. The 48 participants are being split into two eight-week virtual sessions.
This summer’s first session, consisting of 24 participants, was led by instructors Debbie Ezer (The Good Doctor) and
“A boy is not what we expected, and I would be lying if I said the thought of a mini-me was purely exciting, and not without challenges,” Badgley’s creepy voice narrates. “Let’s just say I’m hoping you’ll do as I say, not as I do.”
Of course, fatherhood tends to put one’s priorities in order and for Joe, baby Henry — a name he’s meticulously chosen for very complicated reasons — may just put him on a better path. “For you, I can change,” he says. “I’ll be a man you look up to. A man you will be proud to call dad.
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