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Penn Badgley Seemingly Confirms You’s Final Season On Netflix


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You star Penn Badgley suggests that the twisty and immensely popular Netflix thriller series could be ending sooner than viewers expect.

You‘s Penn Badgley suggests that the show could be ending soon. In season 4 of the hit Netflix drama, Joe Goldberg (Badgley) relocates to London and takes up the name Jonathan Moore. He moonlights as a regular professor, hoping not to arouse any suspicions for his past crimes. But it doesn’t take long for Badgley’s character to find himself caught up in a mess again. Specifically, in You season 4, Joe’s life devolves into a murder mystery while he attempts to move on from Marienne (Tati Gabrielle).


During an interview on Happy Sad Confused, Badgley promoted You season 4 with part 1 currently streaming on Netflix.

He also offered a bit of a timeline for when the show might end. Though he stressed that he didn’t know anything for sure and added that the main focus was maintaining the story’s quality, the former Gossip Girl star mentioned that he’d signed a six-year contract and any additional renewal for You would only be one more season. Here is his full response below:

“I signed a six-year contract right out the gate. So they could do two more if they wanted. I think if there’s another season, I think it’s only going to be one. I think–this is my understanding, but I don’t know, I really don’t know. But I know that everybody concerned, from the top on down, nobody wants this show to become tired.”

Related: You Season 4 Is Already Repeating The Show’s Smartest Joe Trend

Why You Should End Soon

Penn Badgley as Joe Goldberg on a hunting trip in You season 4 -3

Even if You season 5 isn’t the last, it could probably conclude with a shortened sixth installment. One of the greatest tricks the show has pulled, and the main reason it managed to soar after moving from Lifetime to Netflix, is that the adaptation of the Caroline Kepnes books knows how to reinvent itself. You season 1 was a rom-com gone wrong. Season 2 looked to be headed in that direction before offering a great twist to freshen things up. You season 3 was partly a parody of a vision of married suburban life. And, in its latest outing, London is the scene of a whodunit.

All of this narrative is a way to smooth over the fact that Joe is very intentionally not the best protagonist to be around. For all of his protests that he’ll change and that the writers very carefully imbue him with instances of humanity, he’s still a serial killer who seems incapable of reforming himself. It makes for interesting TV, although not with the longest shelf life.

Joe is clearly headed for a rough ending, or at least he should, based on everything Badgley has said. The fun is in figuring out how the writers of You will craft Joe’s downfall, which avenues they could take to get there, and which characters they might bring back in the process. The entertaining bit is also making sure it doesn’t drag on for several seasons on end.

More: Every New Actor in You Season 4

Source: Happy Sad Confused


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