Netflix's hit psychological thriller series You has released a motion poster for its upcoming fourth season and teased more to come tomorrow during Netflix's TUDUM Festival, whose name is a play on the noise that plays when the Netflix logo comes onscreen during their productions.
You is a Netflix series about Joe (Penn Badgley), a seemingly-average man who hides a killer exterior underneath. Proclaiming himself to be a romantic, Joe often finds himself "in love" with a new girl, only to begin stalking her and learning her every move and interest before manipulating the woman into becoming his lover. Often, these forays into romantic relationships have deadly and gruesome ends for all the people Joe finds himself coming into contact with. The psychological thriller occasionally veers into dark comedy and sometimes satirizes what society considers romantic behavior.
In a new tweet posted to Netflix's twitter account, a motion poster depicts a bearded Joe in formal attire as he pours a glass of blood as though it's tea. Netflix also hints that its TUDUM event, which has teased big reveals for shows like The Witcher and Stranger Things, has "something special" in store for fans tomorrow. What that means is up in the air, but it could be a teaser trailer or a formal announcement for the release date of You season 4.
Netflix's You season 3 depicted Joe as married to Love Quinn (Victoria Pedretti), but proved that old habits die hard. By its finale, Joe is once again a single man, just in time for season 4 of the hit show. Season 4 is not confirmed to be the last in the series, nor has it been confirmed to be setting up a season 5, but the show should likely begin providing some closure soon. Joe has escaped capture and exposure several times, usually thanks to a bit of luck, happenstance, and flat-out framing other people, but the show can only go on for so long without becoming a parody of itself.
Plus, actor Penn Badgley may or may not be itching to move onto the big screen. Certain rumors suggest Badgley will play Reed Richards in Fantastic Four, and while that's far from confirmed, it does show that Badgley has reached a level of fame that puts him on the radar for higher-profile work. His work on You has certainly been exemplary and proven that he's a great actor, which means he could be looking at some bigger roles soon.
You seasons 1-3 are available exclusively on Netflix.