Murder, mystery and madness returns with ‘YOU 3’ trailer

In the third season of Netflix hit, Joe and Love bring back insanity and obsession

Entertainment Desk September 20, 2021

If you compared Joe Goldberg to your average Pakistani stalker, trust him to bring insanity and obsession in the upcoming season of Netflix hit, YOU.

If you thought that the first two seasons of the popular show were nail-biting, this season will be a haunting surprise for you. However, the first two seasons only had Joe being a psychotic stalker who confused love with obsession. Season 2 revealed that Joe’s current romantic interest, Love (Victoria Pedretti) is as twisted of a monster as the creepy Joe himself. Since then, viewers wait for the next season to know what unfolds for the couple as the duo prepares to welcome a baby.

The trailer for season 3 shows Joe and Love starting a new chapter as a married couple in a quiet suburban neighbourhood. They’re ready to begin their journey afresh - a romance devoid of any hidden secrets. But alas, good things don’t last forever. History repeats itself and it does not look pretty.
The three-minute clip reveals a new neighbour that Joe seems to have fallen for. Natalie, played by Micheala McManus, is his new prey and true to his nature, Joe is back in the game. However, this time Love is watching and she will not tolerate deal with infidelity lightly.

Along with dramatic romance, intrigue, jealousy and vengeance, the show also shows Joe battling with the fear of fatherhood. The trailer shows glimpses of murder and corpses and the third season’s synopsis reads, “Joe is committed to his new role as a husband and dad, but fears Love’s lethal impulsiveness. And then there’s his heart. Could the woman he’s been searching for all this time live right next door? Breaking out of a cage in a basement is one thing. But the prison of a picture-perfect marriage to a woman who’s wise to your tricks? Well, that’ll prove a much more complicated escape.”

Nevertheless, they’re coming for YOU and this time, there might be no mercy and only vengeance. Netflix premiered the first season of the series, starring Penn Badgley as a psychopath, in 2018 and ever since then, it has found ample fame within the Pakistani audience. The story is fast-paced and full of jarring twists and the season finale gets as gruesome as it can. The violent, unforgiving, and complex love affair will hit the screens on October 15.


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