This winter (or last fall, if you're one of the OG fans of the show), we all became obsessed with YOU, the creepy Lifetime stalker drama that was just too wild and ridiculous to stop watching and snuck its way into our list of favorite TV shows from 2018. Remember Peach?? Remember the weird Dickens-themed Renaissance faire?? Remember the murder fish tank in the basement????
YOU was pretty popular on its home network, Lifetime, but became a viral sensation when it hit Netflix in December 2018, so it's only logical that the streaming service would announce that there will be more of our favorite guilty pleasure. So, when is it coming? Who's going to be in it? Will Beck be avenged? We'll see if we can answer some of those burning questions for you.
Will there be another season of YOU?
Hell yeah there will. Caroline Kepnes' first book, also called You, ends pretty much where the first season of the show does, and the second season will be based on her 2016 sequel, Hidden Bodies, introducing more characters for Joe Goldberg to convince himself he's totally not creepily obsessed with. Plus, (spoiler alert) Candace, Joe's presumed-dead old flame, is back, as we saw in the literal last seconds of Season 1, and something about her suggests she's not quite done with Joe yet.
When is YOU Season 2 coming out?
All we know is it's "coming soon," per the show's official Instagram account. Since Season 2 is still undergoing the casting process, we'll probably have to wait a bit for an official drop date. Many seem to believe it'll be arriving sometime this year, so fingers crossed.
What network will it be on?
Though it was originally broadcast in weekly installments on Lifetime, you can watch the entire first season of YOU on Netflix -- and that's where the second season will be dropping as well. YOU Season 1 was not much more than a curiosity while broadcasting on its home network last year, but as soon as it became available to stream, it was the first must-watch show of 2019. Smelling a good deal, Netflix snapped it up earlier this year, reporting that 40 million people had watched the show in its first four weeks.