Netflix ‘You’ Season 2: Release Date, Cast, Trailer, Plot and Everything we need to know so far


Falling as a late Christmas gift, Netflix You’s latest psychological drama was quickly caught up during the holiday period, with the second season already confirmed before its worldwide release.

After Joe Goldberg (Penn Badgley), a seemingly charming bookshop manager who falls in love with one of his clients, Guinevere Beck (Elizabeth Lail), becomes obsessed with Beck and begins to stalk her. At first, it succeeds, and the two start dating, but as things progress, Goldberg’s network of lies begins to crumble and the murders accumulate.

Before season 1 of the program that will premiere on Netflix, it was announced that there would be a second season of You as the original Netflix title.

What is the release date of You Season 2?

Well, it is planned to be a merry Christmas, since the second season of You will come to Netflix on boxing day (December 26).

When announcing the news on his Instagram account, star Penn Badgley writes: “Ready for a new beginning.”

Who will be in the cast of season 2 of you?

We know that Penn Badgley will return in the lead role of Joe Goldberg, but so far it is not confirmed if any other character we saw in the first season will join him. However, given the body count of the first ten episodes, new characters are likely to be brought for next season.

He is currently in the air if John Stamos will reappear as a therapist Dr. Nicky. The last time we saw Nicky was in prison, after being accused of several Goldberg murders, but speaking with The Hollywood Reporter showrunner, Sera Gamble, he expressed interest in returning: “It is too early to say definitely if John Stamos will return in the second season, but we have been talking a lot about the character and are excited to keep telling that story. ”

On February 15, Deadline reported that Gotham’s actor, Robin Lord Taylor, will perform in season 2 as Will, a character who “deals with unpleasant things as part of his work but is a thoughtful, pleasant and very intelligent that he is marching towards the rhythm of his own drummer. That is until he is caught in a bad situation.”


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