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Penn Badgley hints at You's final season as new episodes drop
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Penn Badgley hints at You's final season as new episodes drop

The end of Joe Goldberg may be coming sooner than we think.

The first episodes of You season four might have only just dropped on Netflix, but Penn Badgley has dropped some serious clues about how long Joe Goldberg has left.

The first half of the highly anticipated fourth season is now streaming, but it seems like time is running out for Joe.

Or should we say Jonathan Moore, which is Joe's alias in this season.

You actor Penn Badgley sat down to chat about all things You on the Happy Sad Confused podcast.

Let's just say, this news will have you feeling all three of those emotions, as Badgley let slip some major tidbits about what the future holds for Joe.

And it looks like the end is nigh.

"I signed a six-year contract right out the gate. So they could do two more if they wanted," Badgley said.

"I think if there’s another season, I think it’s only going to be one. I think. This is my understanding ... but I know that everybody is concerned, from the top on down, nobody wants this show to become tired."

You Season Four.

So Joe's time is coming to a close - but will that come this season? And will we see our favourite serial killer lose his life?

We aren't revealing any spoilers, so don't fret. But let us just say that Part 1 is shaping up to be a wild ride.

Season four kicks off in London, where Joe is moonlighting as a stock standard academic and literary professor.

He's flying under the radar, but not for long.

People around him start to drop like flies, and for once the blood is not on his hands.

This season of You turns into a murder mystery, with Joe trying to catch the 'eat the rich' killer as time runs out.

You Season Four.

Netflix's Tudum explains: "Season 1 was a classic stalker thriller, offering an irreverent take on tried-and-true rom-com tropes; Season 2 had more of a revenge motif and challenged traditional love-interest expectations, and Season 3 threw Joe into a domestic thriller — almost a suburban noir, complete with swinging neighbors. With Season 4, You transforms into a straight-up murder mystery a la Agatha Christie (or maybe Glass Onion)."

Oh, and the most exciting thing? The hunter has become the hunted.

The new mystery killer will work against Joe to uncover and expose his murky, murderous past.

So will they succeed? Only time will tell.


You Season Four Part 1 is now streaming on Netflix. Part 2 arrives on March 9.

Topics: Netflix, You, Film and TV, Entertainment