You Season 3 —Release date , cast , plot We Know so Far

Penn Badgley appears to affirm that Season 3 is currently happening.
In an educational interview with Entertainment Tonight, Badgley let it slip that Season 3 was pretty much a done deal.
When asked about the growth of Love’s personality, Badgley said, “Dare I say, I think in the third season…
” And when he realized what he had said, Badgley withdrew his head back, and attempted to backtrack by saying, “I know nothing about the third season.”
After the interviewer pressed the Gossip Girl star on whether more You would be coming to Netflix, Badgley squirmed, “Technically I can not… I mean, like, unofficially.” It seems we’ve got an answer!

Season 3 would take in California.

While Season 1 was all about New York, Season 2 saw Joe head to California, and it looks like he’s sticking around. As reported by Deadline, a potential third season of You has been awarded $7.213 million in the most recent round of California tax credits receivers.
While this isn’t a definite renewal, it usually means that the place is being eyed by the manufacturing company, and getting financing in place. It’s looking right now.

The authors have an idea for Season 3.

One of You’s executive producers, Sera Gamble, is optimistic that the series will return. She told Cosmopolitan UK, “Surely it could come back for Season 3…
First of all, it’s up to the powers that be. We expect that a lot of people will watch the series and that it gets to last.”
She continued, “I’ll say that we have a notion for season three which is SO exciting that people talk about it at the [author’s ] area every day.
So my fingers are crossed… I’ll just say, I hope we get the opportunity to continue making the show.”
1 writer is interested in exploring the story of Love’s mother.

You showrunner Sera Gamble spoke to Entertainment Weekly concerning the ending of Season two, and she didn’t affirm whether Season 3 is in the works, she did drop hints of what she would want to research whether the series continues.
“The stakes are pretty high. I have numerous questions about Love’s mother who is incredibly in the film after the season, like how much she knows about her children,” Gamble told EW.
“We wrote [the finale] trusting that we’ll find the chance to tell more story as we’re excited with the seeds planted after season 2. “
These seeds are, of course, (SPOILER ALERT!) The revelations which Love is a killer like Joe, that she’s pregnant with his kid, and that when they go in together, Joe starts to get fixated on the neighbor.
How would Mrs. Quinn respond if she knew the truth about her daughter’s ago? She has a rocky relationship with Love, as we learn from Season two; where would their story go?