‘YOU’ Season 4 Release Date Changes — New Netflix Premiere Revealed

Netflix gives 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 is now kicking off a day earlier than previously expected. Part 1 will now premiere on Thursday, February 9, while Part 2 will now premiere exactly one month later on Thursday, March 9.

As previously reported, the fourth season of the show Joe Goldberg is moving to London where he’s taking on a new name: Professor Jonathan Moore – and finds himself unreasonably in love with yet another beautiful woman, an art gallery director named Kate (played by Charlotte Ritchie). Don’t worry, we’ll still see his beloved librarian Marienne (Tati Gabrielle), but like most things in Joe/Jonathan’s life, that relationship also gets more complicated.

Other new characters include Nadia (Strike back‘s Amy Leigh Hickman), Rhys (Downton Abbey‘s Ed Speleers), Phoebe (East EndersTilly Keeper), Adam (The White LotusLuke Gage), Simon (DevilishAidan Cheng), Sophie (Niccy Lin), Gemma (Eve Austin), Connie (Dario Coates), and Blessing (Ozioma Whenu). Click here for the individual breakdowns of each newcomer.

“Each season of the show is a new place, a new conversation about love with a lowercase L,” showrunner Sera Gamble told TVLine at the end of season 3. “I would love to do a European season. I think that would be so much fun. One of the questions we always ask on this show is, what pool of privileged douchebags do we want to throw Joe into next? And there are a lot of untapped pools left the whole world, as long as you leave the borders of the United States for a while.”

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