Penn Badgley Is Back As Joe Goldberg In Season 4 Trailer For Netflix’s ‘You’

Serial killer Joe Goldberg hops the pond in season 4 of “You,” however the location isn’t the one factor that’ll be totally different when Netflix’s psychological thriller collection returns subsequent month.

A trailer launched Monday reveals Joe (performed by Penn Badgley) posing as a professor named Jonathan Moore as he follows his love curiosity Marienne Bellamy (Tati Gabrielle) from the California suburbs to London.

As soon as Joe begins to settle into his new life overseas, nevertheless, he finds himself within the function of a reluctant detective as soon as it turns into clear that he’s not the one killer roaming the streets of the British capital.

Becoming a member of Badgley and Gabrielle on season 4 of “You” are a slew of latest forged members, together with actors Eve Austin, Brad Alexander, Lukas Gage, Amy-Leigh Hickman and Charlotte Ritchie.

Watch the trailer for “You” season 4:

Many followers could also be shocked by the brand new season’s London setting, because the present’s third season finale hinted that Joe could be relocating to Paris searching for Marienne. Final April, nevertheless, Netflix posted a snapshot on Instagram that appeared to indicate the character in England reasonably than the Metropolis of Lights.

“You,” based mostly on Caroline Kepnes’ bestselling novel of the identical title, premiered on Lifetime to minimal fanfare in 2018. The collection surged in recognition after it was snatched up by Netflix later that very same yr.

Although the present’s inaugural season was set in New York, season two moved the motion to Los Angeles. By season three, Joe and his now-deceased spouse, Love (Victoria Pedretti), had relocated to the small city of Madre Linda, California, to start out a household, solely to find that they couldn’t maintain their murderous impulses at bay for lengthy.

Chatting with HuffPost in 2021, Gabrielle mentioned she hoped viewers would see her “You” character as a reminder that ladies, versus “some man that we decided to invite into our lives,” are the creators of their very own future.

She praised Badgley as a co-star, calling him “so compassionate, so giving, so generous.”

“As an actor, he’s very communicative, which is something that I really appreciate,” she mentioned. “When it got to our sex scenes … I came on set that day like, ‘Penn, I’m gonna be so honest with you. I’m so nervous right now.’ He was like, ‘It’s gonna be OK. We’re going to talk through it.’”

Half considered one of season 4 of “You” hits Netflix Feb. 9. Half two debuts March 9.