You Season 4 Part 2 Netflix Release Date & Time

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Calling all stalker-romance-thriller junkies! You Season 4 Part 2 web series is finally here and ready to expose the fate of Joe Goldberg, the most charming and twisted serial killer on Netflix.

With Penn Badgley returning as Joe Goldberg, the fourth and final season of You is guaranteed to be the climax of the most addictive thriller on television. Here’s everything you need to know about when and where to watch You Season 4 Part 2 on Netflix.

When to Watch You Season 4 Part 2 on Netflix

Set your alarms, folks! Netflix will be dropping You Season 4 Part 2 at 3 a.m. ET/12 a.m. PT on Thursday, March 9.

That’s right, just when the night seems the darkest, Joe Goldberg will be lighting up your screen with his unhinged monologues, swoon-worthy charm, and sociopathic tendencies.

The Plot Thickens: Joe Goldberg Takes on London

After Joe’s life went up in flames (literally), he fled to Europe to start over with a new identity and pursue his one true love. But as the saying goes, wherever you go, there you are. And Joe soon finds himself in the role of a reluctant detective as he discovers that he might not be the only killer in London.

With his new friend group of uber-wealthy socialites in danger, Joe’s future depends on identifying and stopping whoever is targeting them. Will Joe be able to protect his new friends, or will he be the one to pull the trigger?

You Season 4 Part 2 Netflix Release Date & Time

Meet the Cast Of You Season 4: New Faces, Same Twisted Obsessions

Along with Badgley, You Season 4 stars Tati Gabrielle, Charlotte Ritchie, Lukas Gage, Ed Speleers, Tilly Keeper, Amy-Leigh Hickman, Niccy Lin, Aidan Cheng, Brad Alexander, Ozioma Whenu, and Eve Austin.

With a fresh set of faces and obsessions for Joe to sink his teeth into, this final season is guaranteed to leave you on the edge of your seat.


Q: Do I need to watch the previous seasons of You to understand the plot?

A: Yes, definitely. You Season 4 is the final season, and the plot builds heavily on the previous seasons. Plus, you don’t want to miss out on all the twisted fun.

Q: Is You Season 4 suitable for all audiences?

A: Definitely not. You Season 4 is rated TV-MA for graphic violence, sexual content, and language. It is not suitable for children or those who are easily disturbed.

Q: Will Joe finally get caught?

A: We can’t give that away! You’ll have to watch to find out. But we can guarantee that the final season will be full of surprises and twists that you won’t see coming.

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