Netflix's YOU Season 4 Wraps Filming

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The creative team behind Netflix's YOU has finally finished filming the fourth season of the popular psychological thriller series based on the best-selling series of novels by Caroline Kepnes. The show was developed by Greg Berlanti and Sera Gamble, and it's one of the streamer's biggest hits. With Season 4's filming complete, expect the show to return to Netflix soon.

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The update comes from the accounts of the production company and the series. The photos revealed that production has wrapped for YOU Season 4. While an exact release date is not yet announced, it's estimated to arrive on Netflix by early next year.

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Penn Badgley will reprise his role as Joe Golberg and Tati Gabrielle as Marienne. They are joined by newcomers that include Lukas Gage, (Euphoria) who plays the role of Adam, a wealthy American expat who continually fails to live up to the standards of his successful family.

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Charlotte Ritchie (Feel Good) is playing Kate, an art gallery director who is suspicious of those who are not her friends. Tilly Keeper plays Lady Phoebe, Kate's best friend. Ed Speleers and Amy-Leigh Hickman will be Rhys and Nadia. Rhys is an irreverent author with a troubled youth, and Nadia is an outspoken literature student and aspiring author.

If you're wondering what YOU Season 4 will be about, let's take a look back at how the third season concluded. Joe was involved in the death of his wife, Love Quinn. He also left his son with another family, faking his own death, baking his own toe in a cake and setting his house in California on fire.

The last time we heard of Joe Golberg, he's determined to go after Nick and has just arrived in Paris in search of Marienne. Most of the fourth season was set in London and some scenes in the French capital, but Netflix hasn't revealed the actual plot of Season 4 yet.

Speaking to Entertainment Tonight, Badgley said, "The tone is similar but it's shifting in that there is a different format. We're using a different format. It's almost like we're shifting the genre slightly. And I think it works".

Expect YOU Season 4 to arrive within a few months. You can check out our release date updates for the upcoming season here.