Season two of You got the green light back in 2018 from the American broadcaster Lifetime, who renewed the show even before the first episode of season one had aired. You season two was announced by at the summer TCAs in July 2018. Following talks, Netflix has taken over the show from Lifetime and is going to be helmed season two. You on Netflix could be hitting the platform as soon as later this year and dropping in one go.
You season one premiered in the US on September 9, 2018 with episodes airing weekly on Lifetime in the US.
Netflix released season one in its entirety on December 26 for those outside North America.
Season two is likely to be dropping in autumn next year but it's unclear whether the show will have a global Netflix release now that it's moved over to the streaming service.
You moved from Lifetime to Netflix on December 3 with co-showrunner Sera Gamble saying: "Lifetime were fantastic partners for season one and we’re really grateful that they made the show with us.
"I understand season two didn’t work for their business model. We had been talking about the show with Netflix the whole time.
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You season 2 will see the return of Penn Badgley as Joe Goldberg (Image: Netflix)
"Internationally, the show has been a Netflix original from the get-go. We made that deal pretty early with them. So they have been creative partners for us all along and really luckily for the show and for all of us, Netflix really digs the show and wanted the show."
She added to Vulture: "This just feels like a really great story to tell with the Netflix model. It was always built to be extremely binge-able."
There are likely to be another 10 episodes in season two like season one.
The future is looking bright for You after it appeared that the show's creator seemed to confirm a season three of the show.
Netflix has shared more details about You season 2 (Image: TWITTER)
WARNING: This article contains spoilers from You season 1
Season two of You is now in production with the recent announcement actress Victoria Pedretti from The Haunting of Hill House will be playing a character called Love Quinn.
Netflix recently posted on Twitter:
1. @YouNetflix *will* be returning for a second season
2. the female lead will be played by Nell from the Haunting of Hill House!!!!!!
3. she will play an aspiring chef called LOVE QUINN
4. you have our attention
According to You on Netflix's co-showrunner Sera Gamble: "[Quinn's] a Los Angeles native. She has really absorbed the best of the city and she's really artistic with the way that she lives her life.“
She went on to tell Entertainment Weekly: “I will say that Love is a person he could only have met after what happened between him and Beck.
“And by the way, Joe is not out there looking for love. He’s truly heartbroken by what has happened, and so what Love offers is a different kind of friendship and a different kind of relationship.”
Penn Badgley is going to be returning as the terrifying and obsessive Joe Goldberg.
At this stage, it’s not clear who else will be returning for season two given the high body count.
There have been questions over whether Raj