‘You’ Season 4 Part 2 Features Love Quinn

‘You’ Season 4 Part 2 Features Love Quinn

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Netflix has debuted the ‘You’ Season 4 part 2 trailer, revealing the fallout from the end of part 1 and return of Victoria Pedretti’s Love Quinn.

The series follows stalker Joe Goldberg as he becomes obsessed with various women, and season 2 took him to Los Angeles to fall head over heels for privileged grocery empire heiress Love.

However, he eventually realized that Love was more than a match for him and that she was perfectly willing to trap him in a marriage, going so far as to kill any new women who enter his life.

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Season 3, which saw the couple move to the fictional suburb of Madre Linda with their baby, ended with Joe killing Love and faking his own death in a murder-suicide.

Today, Netflix unveiled the official trailer for ‘You’ season 4, part 2.The trailer follows up on the mid-season finale’s big Eat the Rich killer moment and teases Joe’s relationship with Rhys now that his identity is known.

As he runs for mayor, Rhys seems interested in continuing a relationship with Joe, even if he’s resistant to it. However, the biggest twist of all teases, is the return of Love Quinn.

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Part 1 of ‘You’ Season 4 dropped February 9  and quickly climbed the ranks to No. 1 on Netflix’s Top 10 English TV List during the Feb. 6-12 viewing window. The remaining five episodes from Part 2 will premier on the streaming service March 9 2023.

‘You’ was executive produced by Greg Berlanti, Sera Gamble, Gina Girolamo, Leslie Morgenstein, Sarah Schechter and Michael Foley. Badgley, John Scott, Shamim Sarif, Harry Jierjian and Rachel Leiterman directed separate episodes in the fourth season.

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