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You is an American psychological thriller television series based on the books by Caroline Kepnes, developed by Greg Berlanti and Sera Gamble, and produced by Berlanti Productions, Alloy Entertainment, and A+E Studios in association with Warner Horizon Television, now Warner Bros. Television.

The first season, which is based on the novel You, premiered on Lifetime in September 2018, and follows Joe Goldberg, a bookstore manager and serial killer who falls in love and develops an extreme obsession. The season stars Penn Badgley, Elizabeth Lail, Luca Padovan, Zach Cherry, and Shay Mitchell.

Lifetime announced in July 2018 that You had been renewed for a second season, based on Kepnes’ follow-up novel Hidden Bodies. The series later moved to Netflix and the second season was released in December 2019.

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The season follows Joe as he moves to Los Angeles and falls in love with local heiress Love Quinn. For the second season, Ambyr Childers was upgraded to a series regular, joining newly cast Victoria Pedretti, James Scully, Jenna Ortega, and Carmela Zumbado.

In January 2020, the series was renewed for a third season by Netflix, which was released on October 15, 2021.

In the third season, Saffron Burrows was upgraded to a series regular, joining newly cast Travis Van Winkle, Shalita Grant, Tati Gabrielle, and Dylan Arnold. In October 2021, ahead of the third-season premiere, the series was renewed for a fourth season.

The first part of the fourth season premiered on February 9, 2023, with the second part scheduled for release on March 9.

The first season follows the story of Joe Goldberg, a bookstore manager in New York, who upon meeting Guinevere Beck, an aspiring writer, becomes infatuated with her. He feeds his toxic obsession using social media and other technology to track her presence and watch her in her house and remove obstacles to their romance including her friends and ex-boyfriend.

In the second season, Joe Goldberg moves from New York to Los Angeles to escape his past and starts over with a new identity to avoid his ex-girlfriend Candace who seeks revenge for burying her alive prior to season 1. When he meets avid chef Love Quinn, Joe begins falling into his old patterns of obsession and violence.

As Joe attempts to forge a new love in the City of Angels, he strives to make his relationship with Love succeed at all costs to avoid the fate of his past romantic endeavors. Unbeknownst to him, Love has dark secrets herself.

In the third season, Joe and Love are married and raising their newborn son, Henry, in the Californian suburb of Madre Linda. As their relationship dynamic takes a new turn, Joe continues to repeat the cycle of obsession with a burgeoning interest in Natalie, the next door neighbor, and local librarian Marienne.

This time, Love ensure that her dream of having the perfect family will not be torn away so easily by Joe’s compulsive actions.

In February 2015, it was announced that Greg Berlanti and Sera Gamble would develop a series based on Caroline Kepnes’ book You with Berlanti and Gamble as the scriptwriters, and Berlanti as the pilot director.

Initially, Berlanti and Gamble pitched the show to Showtime but were unsuccessful in their attempts.

In addition, both creators had also originally pitched the series to Netflix but were declined twice, prior to Netflix’s head of international non-English originals, Bela Bajaria joining the company in late 2016.

Berlanti recounted his experience of pitching the show to Netflix in an interview with Entertainment Weekly, stating that You “felt like more of a binge show”.

He further added that his team “tried initially to sell it to Netflix at the very beginning and [Netflix’s chief content officer] Ted Sarandos has said as much that they wish they’d gotten it the first time”.

In January 2017, it was announced that the series had been purchased by Lifetime and put into fast-track development.

In April 2017, Lifetime gave You a 10-episode straight-to-series order.

On July 26, 2018, ahead of the series premiere, Lifetime announced that the series had been renewed for a second season.

In November 2018, Gamble confirmed that like Hidden Bodies, the sequel novel to You, the setting of the series would move to Los Angeles for the second season.

On December 3, 2018, it was confirmed that Lifetime had rescinded its renewal of the series and that Netflix had picked up You ahead of the release of the second season.

On January 14, 2020, Netflix renewed the series for a 10-episode third season.


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On October 13, 2021, ahead of the third-season premiere, Netflix renewed the series for a fourth season.

In March 2019, Berlanti discussed the challenges of finding the right platform for the series in a panel interview.

Speaking at the INTV conference, he stated that “we pitched [You] and sold it to Showtime of all places, but…once they read the script, they were really cool about saying, ‘You can take it somewhere else’…”. After being turned down by the network, he later pitched the show to Lifetime, who “wanted to make it, and we shot it, and because of their launch cycle it sat in the can for a while for two-and-a-half years.

Then they finally started to release it, and it didn’t do very well.” Although, Lifetime reneged on their initial renewal offer for a second season in late 2018, Berlanti recalled that he went to the offices of the network executives to plead them to change their mind, asking “I still think it’s going to work, I still think it’s going to work – maybe one more episode, maybe if people have a chance to see five more episodes.” Later, he was relieved by the news of Netflix’s guarantee of committing to a second season after Lifetime canceled the series.

Following Netflix’s reportings on the considerable success that You obtained after it was made available to stream on their platform service, Penn Badgley wrote in an email response to The Washington Post that “We’re grateful to Lifetime for being the gateway to getting the show made. We wouldn’t have been able to make the show without them, as far as I can tell.

There is no sense of bewilderment that the show had one reaction while it was on Lifetime and another when it went to Netflix. The difference in viewership is obvious, and it’s indicative of so many different things, not the least of which is the way young people consume media

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