‘you’ season 4 premiere date announced with a new teaser trailer

The premiere date for the fourth season of Netflix’s You has been announced: find out the details and watch a new teaser trailer below.

The series, which stars Penn Badgley as serial killer Joe Goldberg, was renewed for a fourth season last year before a third aired. That season hit screens in October last year.

Now, Netflix has confirmed that the fourth season of You will appear in two parts, the first coming on February 10 and the second exactly a month later.

In addition to the announcement of the premiere date, a new teaser trailer has been shared in which Goldberg can be seen living in London and shedding his old identity.

“I’m not the lovable manager of a bookstore in New York, or the clerk in a store in Los Angeles, or the doting husband in the suburbs. No, not anymore. Let me introduce myself,” says he, being expressed as Professor Jonathan Moore. . “I’m filtering myself a bit by crossing the pond. And living in London allows me to bury the past, so to speak.

“Gone are the days of unrequited love and dread. This time I am focusing on academics and teaching, while keeping my usual extra-curricular activities strictly professional. I have had time to brainstorm with colleagues on Unfortunately, with friends in high places, there are usually other people who try to climb that social ladder. So, they end up falling, or should I say, under pressure, to social death The question, which?

Watch the trailer below.

In its review of the third season of You, NME wrote: “With season four already confirmed by Netflix ahead of these new episodes, it’s clear that we’re not quite done with the Quinn-Goldbergs and their obsessive, impulsive tendencies.

“It remains to be seen how the writers of You will keep things fresh in the future, but for now, they’ve managed to create an exciting third season of a series that, in other hands, would have been a predictable traffic jam.”

The new announcement was revealed during Netflix’s TUDUM event on Saturday (September 24), which featured The Witcher Season 3 premiere date, new Stranger Things bloopers, a Lupine trailer, and more.

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