You Season 2 Official Teaser Trailer Drops Ahead of This Month's Premiere
Where there’s a "Will," there’s Joe.
Earlier today, fans of the Netflix psychological thriller You were given a sneak peek at Joe Goldberg in his new home, sunny Los Angeles. It seems like a new location isn't the only thing our adoring stalker has going for him in the upcoming second season. See for yourself by giving the above teaser trailer a watch.
In the trailer, we see Joe enter a coffee shop and immediately begin to do what he did best in Season 1: observe and analyze everyone around him. Through a voiceover, we hear Penn Badgley (Joe) sizing up the other shop customers. His disdain for them is evident in his voice and how he speaks in a condescending way about the individuals not only makes him creepier, but also more arrogant than we may have found him in up until this point.
The irony is no sooner do we hear Joe say “That’s the thing about LA, everyone is pretending to be somebody they’re not,” he tells the cashier his name is Will. Fitting, isn't it?
For those not familiar with Joe and the Netflix series You, let’s get you caught up. The series is loosely based off the Caroline Kepnes books You and Hidden Bodies. It revolves around our leading man Joe Goldberg. In Season 1, we find him as a bookstore employee trying to find true love and he soon gets involved with Beck, a young college student and aspiring writer.
Soon, Joe's innocent attraction turns to deadly obsession and throughout the first season, he begins to eliminate those in Beck’s life who are a threat to his relationship with the young woman. While we don’t actually see it, we learn in the finale that he ultimately kills his love interest and the ghost (or is it?) of his ex-girlfriend appears, leaving quite the shocking cliffhanger going into the next chapter.
This season, Joe has moved from the cold New York streets to sunny, vanity-driven Los Angeles, where he confesses in the trailer that love has taken him to some dark places. Fittingly, Los Angeles is as dark as it gets and it’s bound to get darker if he continues his murderous ways from New York.
What we have learned so far through Netflix updates is that Joe is now in California and his new interest is Love Quinn (Victoria Pendretti). Will the ghosts of New York follow him to the West coast? Will the bodies remain hidden? All this and more will come to light when the series returns to Netflix for its second season on December 26th.
You can watch the complete first season now on the streaming giant and stay tuned to Dead Entertainment for news and a full review after the premiere.
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