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    ‘Don’t do weekly!’: Tweeps on ‘You’ season four release dates

    The official social media pages for Netflix’s You set tongues wagging after a release date trailer seemingly suggested the fourth season will be released each week – as seen in a tweet on Thursday 17 November.

    ALSO READ: ‘You’ season 4: First-look at cast as production kicks off [photos]


    While season three of You suggested Joe Goldberg (played by Penn Badgley) was starting a new life in Paris, he is actually heading to London. This comes after he murder his wife Love Quinn (Victoria Pedretti) and left his infant son with some friends.

    Netflix ‘You’ actors Penn Badgley and Victoria Pedretti Image via Instagram @younetflix

    The official Twitter page for You shared a release date trailer which set tongues wagging. The official release was supposed to be in two parts. Part one of season four was set to premiere on 10 February 2023 and part two releases on 10 March 2023.

    However, the teaser lists the following dates:

    • 11/24
    • 12/11
    • 12/15
    • 12/18
    • 12/25
    • 12/31
    • 1/5
    • 1/10

    The above dates are not exactly weekly, but sometimes twice in a single week. This left fans to speculate that the season may be a little different from the usual Netflix style – which is being able to binge an entire season at once. 

    There is no confirmation on whether there really will be episodes released weekly. Fans had questions in the comments section, but the official Twitter page for You remained vague. 


    “A teacher never just GIVES THE ANSWER!” responded the official Twitter account.

    ALSO READ: ‘You’ season four: Penn Badgley teases ‘genre shift’ and more


    Twitter users were upset at the possibility of the series airing weekly. Take a look…

    “Right? Also what’s with the weekly release?? Like they never did this before,” wrote @agentoftrauma.

    “DON’T DO WEEKLY,” wrote @badguyy773.

    “So Netflix has the audacity to get users hooked on the binge-viewing format… and then just decide it was better the way it worked in the 90s?!” wrote @xoxo_glenn.

    ALSO READ: Thriller: Five shows to watch while you wait for ‘You’ season four

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