Penn Badgley isn’t fairly able to let go of “You” simply but.
Although Netflix hasn’t introduced any plans to resume the stalker-narrated homicide drama for a fifth season, Badgley — who stars because the hit present’s twisted protagonist — lately hinted that the sultry killer may as soon as once more return to the streamer.
“It feels to me like we have to do one other season. It feels to me like Joe [Goldberg] must get what’s coming to him, and now he has additional to fall as a result of he has all this energy and wealth,” he told IndieWire in a narrative that was printed Friday.
“However in fact, that’s less than me. I don’t know the place it’s going. However to me, with this idea and with this character, we all the time wished to be accountable,” Badgley continued.
“It’s not simply the type of factor we are able to let maintain going as a result of it’s doing effectively,” the 36-year-old star added.
In Season 4, Joe, now residing greater than 3,000 miles away from New York within the U.Ok. beneath the alias of professor Jonathan Moore, tries each effort to “bury the previous” after he fled the nation to pursue his love, Marienne.
In a latest dialog with British GQ, the actor acquired candid about wanting a “grand finale” for the darkish, thriller suspense collection after Joe slaughtered his approach by London within the present’s newest season.
“I do know what Greg pitched me just a few years again as what he thought was the suitable strategy to finish,” he stated. “If there’s one other one, it’s going to be, I feel, a grand finale.”
The creepy serial killer present first premiered on Lifetime in 2018, then gained a large following after transferring to Netflix the next yr.
Although there’s no phrase on the present’s potential fifth season, followers can get a dose of Joe’s love-driven sociopathic escapades within the upcoming novel “For You and Only You” written by New York Occasions bestselling creator Caroline Kepnes.
Netflix’s thriller collection “You” relies on Kepnes’ books. The novel follows the charmingly harmful main man to the “hallowed halls of Harvard, the place he earns a coveted place in a writing fellowship . . . and leaves crimson in his wake,” based on the book’s official synopsis.
“For You and Solely You” will probably be obtainable on April 25.
Try all 4 seasons of “You” on Netflix.