YOU is American Drama TV series. Produced by A+E Studios. Stars: Penn Badgley, Elizabeth Lail, Shay Mitchell. It debuted on Sep 09, 2018, on Netflix. IMDb's user rating for the series is 7.8 *. YOU is filmed in USA.
How Many Seasons Are There Of YOU: 1 (10 episodes)
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Season premieres on September 9, 2018
Finale: November 11, 2018
Netflix, 10 episodes
YOU is on Netflix (United States) Sundays at 6 pm
Season 1 Episode 10 (Bluebeard's Castle) - Air Date: Nov 11, 2018 (10 months ago)
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YOU boss talks Beck's big discovery, what to expect from the finale - according to Ew
By moving that up, the show allowed the couple to take a big step forward just moments before Beck discovered Joe’s dirty secret. “She understands at the end of episode nine who and what he really is,” Gamble says. “She puts it all together when she sees what he’s collected in that box.” But seeing as how the episode ends with Joe locking Beck in the cage at the bookstore, Beck is nowhere near done facing the man she thought she loved.
You's Dark Death: How [Spoiler] Was Murdered in the Book vs the Show - per Usmagazine
However, for those who read the book, you may remember the death of Peach went a bit differently. He followed Peach on her beach run, hit her over the head with a rock – much like in the show’s earlier episode – and then filled her pockets with rocks and dropped her body in the ocean. She didn’t leave a suicide note, though. Instead, Joe emailed Beck as Peach, saying she had to get away. So, Beck didn’t blame herself … until Peach’s body turned up weeks later.
Penn Badgley and Sera Gamble's YOU puts a twist on the modern-day love story - per Ew
That’s the thing about Joe. He’s not ALL bad. “I found myself intermittently rooting for [Joe and Beck] until almost the very last page,” Gamble says of her experience reading the book. “I was fully aware that it was not in line with my feminist view of the world, but what it taps into is something that is very deeply ingrained in me and I think a lot of people in our culture, which is a deep belief in the love story.” The very idea that viewers could find themselves on Team Joe, if you will, is why Badgley refers to the show as a “social experiment.” It’s also the thing Kepnes — who wrote episode 8 — wanted to make sure translated to the screen. “It’s really diving into that idea of: Can love fix people and does it really triumph over everything,” Kepnes says.