‘You’ Season 3: What To Expect
After another excellent season, Netflix has confirmed its commitment to “You”. The second season was viewed by over 54 million people. So, there is no surprise that Netflix has officially renewed You for a season three. Here is a brief you need to know about season three of “You”.
The second season saw a change of scenery for Joe. Now it is assumed that Greg Berlanti and Sera Gamble will remain the showrunners for season three. This time, it can be filmed in California once again.
Earlier on January 14th, 2020, the series was given an official renewal with a short teaser. It mentioned, “New Year, New You“. The writers of the You likely be chronicling their progress from their own Twitter account.
It is heard that “You” is currently casting a brand-new member of the cast and his name is Dante. The casting call says about the character, “A veteran whose sight was damaged in combat, Dante works at the local library. A step-father to his partner Ted’s two boys, Dante is sarcastic, world-weary, and unfailingly dependable. We are looking for an Actor who is Visually Impaired – this includes LOW VISION (degenerating vision), LEGALLY BLIND, or Totally BLIND.”
The series third season was in the writing phase in March 2020. It was thought that it would be filming to get underway in the summer. But the COVID-19 disruption has changed the scenario for the whole entertainment world. So, the series might be filmed from late 2020 into 2021 on Netflix.