While Netflix hasn’t announced any details regarding a potential fifth season of ‘You’, Penn Badgley has suggested that fans haven’t seen the last of his book-loving serial killer. In fact, the actor just teased when he thinks the Greg Berlanti and Sera Gamble series may finish off.
“I know what Greg pitched me a few years back as what he thought was the right way to end,” he told British GQ in an interview out March 14. “If there’s another one, it’s going to be, I think, a grand finale.”
The second part of ‘You’ season 4 dropped on Netflix on March 9. After completing the entire season, the viewers have mixed opinions about the series. While some like that Joe Goldberg, played by Penn Badgley, has become the ‘hunted’ instead of the ‘hunter,’ others feel the show has lost its touch.
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Amid the mixed reviews, the actor has given an exciting update to his fans. Badgley has suggested that things are not over for Joe Goldberg, and a new season of the hit drama might be in the making.
Badgley has revealed that his character Joe still has some action left in him. His dangerous games, as well as his process of redemption, are incomplete. The actor has also hinted that the next time he comes on screen as the book-loving serial killer, it might be the last time.
“It has to go to this place for five episodes where it’s like, ‘Is he going to become a hero as we’ve all wanted him to?’ It doesn’t make any sense when Joe becomes a hero,” he admitted. “This is the only place the show could have ever gone and remain relevant, remain responsible, remain intelligent, remain sensitive, but true.”
Badgley added of season four, “The whole thing has been building towards seeing Joe in a different light, truly, which we’ve never ever done before.”