If you’re a fan of you, then you’re in luck, because Netflix just went and brought up the release date for season 4!
The emotional drama, starring Penn Badgley as the sinister Joe Goldberg, is yet to return in two parts.
However, the first installment would initially drop on Friday February 10, 2023 and the second part would follow on March 10, 2023.
Now, however, the streaming giant has revealed that the first part will actually arrive on February 9, followed by the second part on March 9.
Ok, it’s only a day early, but still that means less time waiting to find out what other wicked lengths Joe is willing to go to in the name of love.
Reacting to the date change, fans on Twitter could barely contain their excitement, as they shared a poster of Joe standing on a busy London street.
“I’m ready,” one fan wrote, while another tweeted, “Those inner monologues of Joe are going crazy once again.”
But, with months to go, you viewers won’t be waiting patiently.
While one fan accused Netflix of “playing with my emotions,” another said, “February feels like a century away.”
In the meantime, we’ll be relentlessly watching Seasons 1, 2, and 3.
Season 4 will see Joe assume a new identity to start his new life in the English capital, after the brutal events of season 3.
Similarly to Season 2, Mr. Goldberg will begin a new chapter by adopting the identity of Professor Jonathan Moore, using his impressive book knowledge to blend in with his new crowd.
Though he promises to keep his “typical extracurricular activities strictly professional,” and those familiar with Joe know what he’s capable of.
In addition to the killer everyone loves to hate, Uncharted actress Tati Gabrielle is returning as Joe’s brief love interest, Marienne Bellamy.
Plus, there will be a few new faces in Season 4, and we’re already terrified for their fate.
Former EastEnders stars Amy-Leigh Hickman (Nadia) and Tilly Keeper (Phoebe) will make their Netflix debuts as regulars on the show.
According to Deadline, Amy plays Nadia, a literature graduate who aspires to be a serious author.
Tilly, meanwhile, plays Lady Phoebe. The Louise Mitchell star was revealed to land a role in the popular show last month when news of the production’s move to the UK broke.
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