When is Season 5 of You coming out?

In the bustling streets of New York City, filming has commenced for the highly anticipated fifth and final season of the hit thriller series “You,” starring Penn Badgley in his captivating role as Joe Goldberg, the enigmatic serial killer. The announcement of the show’s return for its conclusive season was made by Netflix last March, setting the stage for another gripping chapter in Joe’s complex journey.

Penn Badgley, aged 37, has stepped back into Joe’s shoes, or rather his black peacoat, as he was spotted on set in full wardrobe. Sporting a combination of a black peacoat, a maroon shirt, navy blue slacks, matching shoes, and a gold band on his finger, Badgley exuded Joe’s trademark confidence as he confidently strode down the New York City streets, embodying the chilling yet captivating persona of Joe Goldberg.

“YOU” Season 5  Release Date

As mentioned by PEOPLE, accompanying the start of filming, Netflix issued a press release confirming the commencement of production for the fifth season of “You.” The release promised viewers “more thrilling twists and turns,” hinting at the rollercoaster ride of suspense, intrigue, and unexpected revelations that fans have come to expect from the series.

In an exclusive image released by the streaming giant, Joe is depicted navigating the bustling streets of New York City.

Will there be a Season 5 of You?

The renewal of “You” for its fifth and final season comes on the heels of the dramatic part 2 of its fourth season. In this installment, viewers followed Joe Goldberg, operating under the guise of Professor Jonathan Moore in a new academic setting abroad. The narrative explored Joe’s unlikely camaraderie with another individual who shares his penchant for violence, raising questions about the sustainability of such relationships and Joe’s perpetual struggle to control his darker impulses.

Penn Badgley discussed the evolution of the series and the challenges of portraying Joe’s character arc. He emphasized the necessity for the show to remain relevant, responsible, intelligent, and sensitive while pushing the boundaries of storytelling. Badgley hinted at a grand finale envisioned by showrunner Greg Berlanti, suggesting that the upcoming season could mark the culmination of Joe Goldberg’s intricate and enthralling journey.

While fans eagerly anticipate the release of “You” season 5, an official premiere date is yet to be announced. It is expected to drop later this year, but there is no concrete evidence to support this claim, adding to the suspense and excitement surrounding the upcoming installment of this captivating thriller series.

Published by: HOLR Magazine 

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