Netflix has accidentally leaked the release date for season two of You
It's the season everyone is desperately waiting for. And finally we know the You season two release date – even if Netflix doesn't want us to.
Netflix posted one of its usual countdown lists, showing new series and films plus how many days viewers have to wait for them to be released. On the most recent one was "You S2" with a countdown of 110 days.
The post was sent last week but don't worry we've done the maths and it means that the You season two release date is December 30th 2019.
The release date for the second season of You has been kept under covers for what seems like forever and it looks like the leak was still premature, as the post was swiftly deleted. Oops!
The first season of the show was released in the New Year of 2018 and Netflix usually leaves around a year between series – so the leaked date does follow usual scheduling.
The first season was based on the debut novel by Caroline Kepnes, called You. The second season is based on the author's follow up to this story called Hidden Bodies. This book dives into more of Joe's early life.
In an interview with ET Online, Penn Badgley admits some scenes portraying Joe's obsessive character were difficult for him. He said: "It’s the ones where I’m trying to embody Joe really living in that house, really having these rare moments of coming to terms with what he’s done, and that’s far more difficult than committing a certain act in a moment, whether it’s hitting Shay Mitchell over the head with a rock or stabbing someone in the neck.
"There are some things I’ve done with prosthetic bodies in this [new] season that were kind of nauseating as I did them, I will say that."
The countdown has officially began!!