Netflix announces the start date for “You” season 4 – but there are catches

On this message had to Netflixfans wait a long time. Joe is coming back! The charming serial killer is back and he’ll be with you soon for Season 4 Netflix to see.

On Saturday (September 24th) has Netflix finally revealed when the new season will start.

Netflix announces You season 4 start date

Admittedly, “You” is not for the faint of heart. What initially starts out as a nice romantic comedy quickly turns out to be a horror shocker. Because behind the inconspicuous Joe is a sick lover.

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After an exciting season 3, in which Joe suddenly has to deliver as a family man and has married a no less bizarre person with his wife Love, it is now clear: In February 2023 the crazy love game will enter a new round. More precisely on February 10, 2023.

Netflix finally announces the start date for season 4 of You. Photo: Netflix

Netflix’s You announcement is reminiscent of Stranger Things

But that’s not all. As Netflix announces, the series will go online in two parts. While part one will be available at the beginning of February, part two will follow exactly one month later on March 10th.

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The idea is strongly reminiscent of the release of “Stranger Things” season 4. Here, too, it was decided to hold back some of the episodes for the time being. A first trailer of “You” already shows: The wait should be worth it.

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