Who hasn't been able to stop binge-watching You on Netflix? Honestly, same. Lucky for us, season two has been officially confirmed and we cannot wait to see it. You season two has started production and we're here to give you your exclusive first look. Our bodies are so ready for another season. 

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Netflix announced one month ago that there would be a second season for You. They made the big reveal by low-key updating the You Instagram bio to say, "Follow for follow? All episodes of YOU now on @netflix. Season 2 coming soon."

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The Netflix TV show dropped some exclusive pictures of You cast in production on their Instagram page. They posted an Instagram slideshow of Penn Badgley, who stars as the main character Joe Goldberg, alongside two other actresses, Victoria Pedretti, who plays Love Quinn, and Ambyr Childs, who plays Candace.

They captioned the Instagram post, "seeing Joe with Love AND Candace makes us happy being single. YOU S2 in production! We can't even contain our excitement for season two to drop on Netflix. 

Check out the first photos of You in the production of season two below!

seeing Joe with Love AND Candace makes us happy being single. YOU S2 in production!

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Although it may look like the pictures don't reveal much, they actually drop a major hint into season two. At the end of season one, viewers were unsure whether Candace was dead. People have been on edge wondering if she was still alive and hoping season two would provide answers. 

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With this new Instagram post, it looks like we might not even have to wait for season two to drop to find out. This photo could well mean that Candace is very much alive in season two, since Ambyr Childs, who plays her, is spotted in photos of season two production.

It could also mean that there are some flashbacks with Candace to show what happened. Regardless, at least we know something for sure and it's that we'll be seeing more of Candace in the second season. 

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Netflix has not yet announced when season two will drop on the streaming service, so until then, we'll be cozying up on the couch and rewatching You season one in anticipation.