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Get ready to laugh like it's 2005.
Picture it: You're at a sleepover with your girlfriends. Someone is microwaving popcorn, another friend is popping a zit (ugh, puberty), and you're looking over the DVD options. Thriller? Nah, your girls get scared easily. Drama? Yawn. Romance?
SO many new cast members, we can't wait!
Filming for You Season 3 has finally resumed, and we now know even more details about what to expect. Because yep, Netflix has just announced all the new cast members joining the third season of the original, along with a bit about
This Mexican drama is extremely addicting…and also extremely horny.
For those of you who binged both seasons of Netflix's You and became legit obsessed, I have some incredible news. No, it's not that it's now socially acceptable to have a crush on the Joe character.
WARNING: May contain spoilers!
Penn Badgley has put fans out of their misery by shutting down a popular fan theory for You Season 3.The final scene of season two ended with Joe peering through his fence and watching his neighbor read a book. As he
You have to watch his interview at 'The Late Show with Stephen Colbert!'
Hello there, You fans, here's some Penn Badgley content for you today.During his interview at The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, he showed how effortlessly he can transform from charming to creepy without changing his expression. He also describes
Yes, we still can't stop watching it and yes, we still think Joe is dangerous.
Sexy but *very* creepy Joe Goldberg (Penn Badgley) is back at it again with his (psychotic and obsessive) antics. He recently moved to sunny Los Angeles in hopes of starting anew, as well as to run from his ~presumably~ back-from-the-
Honestly...this checks out.
If you are a fan of both Gossip Girl and Netflix'sYou, you have definitely at some point thought "yeah, Dan Humphrey could have turned into Joe Goldberg." I mean, it's true. Dan literally ran a website where he
Why does Ellie look so familiar?
Let me guess. You just finished You Season 2 faster than you could finish a bag of Flamin' Hot Cheetos (sorry, Delilah), and now you're just remembering all the little moments you didn't take the time to
This is quite literally a case for the FBI.
Thankfully, Joe Goldberg from You is a totally fictional character. But, it's hard not to think about the fact that he has many of the same qualities as history's most horrifying, totally real criminals. According to the Federal
Guess what? This time around, Love *actually* wants to be in a relationship with Joe!
Guys, You Season 2 premieres on Netflix today! When we last saw main character Joe (Penn Badgley), his heart is *tragically* broken and his long-lost ex-girlfriend Candace (Ambyr Childers) has come back for revenge. In Season 2, Joe is literally
Wondering what Joe is up to now?
It's been 15 months since we last saw Penn Badgley in Season 1 of the Netflix series You, and we told you that you'd be seeing more of him in the show's second season, which is
'You' will be back on December 26!
Netflix's You Season 2 has been perfectly timed for us to binge-watch when it drops on December 26, and if the trickle of teasers are anything to go by, it promises to be as spine-chillingly creepy as the
Happy holidays, binge-watchers!
The holidays are SO NEAR, and you know what that means: Time to catch up on all the new shows that are ~waiting for you~! Here's what's new on Netflix this December: The sitch: Dead Kids is the
Aka the reason I have canceled most of my plans this year.
Netflix is kinda like Burger King in the sense that I will literally try anything they throw on the menu. Like, I was skeptical about chicken fries, but I've always trusted Burger King to give me greatness, so I tried (
Penn Badgley's back, too!
It might still be November, but that doesn't mean you can't prepare for Christmas ahead. There's nothing quite like listening to Christmas songs, eating good food, and reuniting with folks you haven't seen in
They're nice...but they also have the power to hurt you.
As opposed to the ~fuckboy~, a softboy is a character stereotype who's designed to be sensitive, creative, and who usually likes indie music. He loves late night talks. He actually reads books and he writes letters. He's sometimes
Omg, the red flags!!!!
So lately I feel like people have been trying to gaslight me into liking Joe from Netflix's hit romance thriller You. The internet is all "sure he's a serial killer, but his heart was in the right place,
Watching alone is optional.
Thanks to a nice bump from Netflix, You has become everyone's new favorite show of 2019. Of course, Joe Goldberg is not the first fictional stalker-slash-serial-killer to make you question everything from your own social media security