If you logged onto Netflix back in December of 2018, you may remember hearing a lot about a series called You. The show followed Joe Goldberg, a bookstore owner with a creepy obsession. After months and months of waiting, we've finally got Netflix Canada's You season two first look, and it shows Joe in love with a new girl.
In the first season, we saw Goldberg, played by Gossip Girl star Penn Badgley, literally kill for his newfound crush, Beck. Unlike most normal people though, Goldberg doesn't take crushes lightly — he stole Beck's phone, stalked her, kidnapped people close to her, and watched her from outside her apartment.
While Goldberg's behaviour was undeniably very creepy, Netflix users still totally fell in love with You. According to Entertainment Weekly, the show was set to have 40 million subscriber views in its first month, and it scored a whopping 93% rating on Rotten Tomatoes.
With numbers like that, it really didn't come as a surprise when Netflix chose to renew the hit series for a second season. Fans of the show have been waiting for months, full of anticipation, to see what kind of seriously messed up trouble Goldberg will get into next.
Earlier today, the official You Netflix account shared a photo that included a "first look" at the upcoming season. "Hey bunnies. Here is your first look at YOU S2," they captioned the photo.
Shortly after the second season was announced, we found out that Beck wouldn't be in it. Instead, Joe has found a new love interest in the big city of Los Angeles — ironically enough, her name is Love.
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"It’s not that simple love-at-first-sight he might’ve been looking for a couple of years ago. He’s a different guy. He’s been through more. The circumstances of his encounter with Love are very informed by what he went through with Beck," showrunner Sera Gamble explained.
Although Goldberg has grown a bit since his days of adamantly stalking Beck, the creators of the show have made it clear that season two will be even creepier than the first season, so be ready for some major curveballs.
The official trailer for season two of You hasn't been released yet, but the series will be available for streaming on Netflix as of December 26.