‘You’ Season 4 Part 1 trailer released by Netflix

‘You’ Season 4 Part 1 trailer released by Netflix

The upcoming season’s main cast includes Penn Badgley, Tati Gabrielle, Aidan Cheng, Niccy Lin and Amy-Leigh Hickman

January 9, 2023
Netflix has released the official trailer for the highly anticipated fourth season of “You.”
The psychological thriller TV series, which is based on the book series of the same name by Caroline Kepnes, follows Joe Goldberg (Penn Badgley), a “dangerously charming, intensely obsessive young man [who] goes to extreme measures to insert himself into the lives of those he is transfixed by.”
On Monday, the streaming giant shared an almost three-minute video showing Joe trying to make a new life for himself in London after failed attempts in New York, Los Angeles and the fictitious Californian suburb of Madre Linda.
“New year, new country, new persona – and yet Joe can’t seem to shake off his past,” the trailer’s YouTube caption states.
Joining Badgley are Lukas Gage (“The White Lotus,” “Euphoria”), Charlotte Ritchie (“Call the Midwife,” “Dead Pixels”), Tilly Keeper (“EastEnders,” “Make Me Famous”) and Ed Speleers (“Outlander,” “Downton Abbey”).
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Tati Gabrielle (“Uncharted,” “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina”), who is of Korean and African American descent, will notably be reprising her role as Marienne Bellamy, one of Joe’s former love interests.
The Netflix show’s latest season will also star other actors of Asian descent, including Aidan Cheng (“Devils,” “Silent Witness”), Niccy Lin (“Official Secrets,” “Lockdown Kings”) and Amy-Leigh Hickman (“EastEnders,” “The Dumping Ground”).
“You” Season 4 Part 1 will be available for streaming on Feb. 9, while Part 2 will be released on March 9.

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