"You" is an American psychological thriller television series directed by Greg Berlanti and Sera Gamble.
The starring cast includes Penn Badgley, Elizabeth Lail, Luca Padovan, Zach Cherry, Shay Mitchell, Victoria Pedretti, Jenna Ortega, James Scully, Ambyr Childers, Carmela Zumbado and others.

Here are "You" TV series trailer, plot summary, full cast and characters, release date and everything we know so far.

Trailer

Is there a trailer for You TV series?

Netflix on Thursday, December 05, 2019 released the trailer for "You" you can watch here:
YOU S2 | Official Teaser | Netflix.

Plot summary

What is You TV series plot?

Here is a short review of "You" TV series plot summary.

The first season follows the story of Joe Goldberg (Penn Badgley), a bookstore manager in New York, who upon meeting Guinevere Beck (Elizabeth Lail), an aspiring writer, becomes infatuated with her. He feeds his toxic obsession using social media and other technology to track her presence and remove obstacles to their romance.
In the second season, Joe Goldberg moves from New York to Los Angeles to escape his past, and starts over with a new identity. When he meets avid chef Love Quinn (Victoria Pedretti), Joe begins falling into his old patterns of obsession and violence. As Joe attempts to forge a new love in the City of Angels, he strives to make his relationship with Love succeed at all costs, to avoid the fate of his past romantic endeavors.

Cast

Who's in the You TV series cast?

Here is the full cast and characters of "You" TV series. Actors and actresses are sorted mostly in credits order.

Penn Badgley  as Joe Goldberg a former bookstore manager at Mooney's
Elizabeth Lail  as Guinevere Beck (season 1; guest season 2), a broke NYU graduate student and an aspiring writer
Luca Padovan  as Paco (season 1), Joe's young neighbor
Zach Cherry  as Ethan (season 1), a bookstore clerk
Shay Mitchell  as Peach Salinger (season 1), a wealthy and influential socialite and Beck's best friend whom she met at Brown University
Victoria Pedretti  as Love Quinn (season 2 - present), an aspiring chef and health guru in Los Angeles
Jenna Ortega  as Ellie Alves (season 2), Delilah's fifteen-year-old sister
James Scully  as Forty Quinn (season 2), Love's beloved and troubled twin brother
Ambyr Childers  as Candace Stone (season 2; recurring season 1), Joe's ex-girlfriend
Carmela Zumbado  as Delilah Alves (season 2), Ellie's older sister, an investigative reporter
Nicole Kang  as Lynn Lieser (season 1), another of Beck's rich friends
Kathryn Gallagher  as Annika Atwater (season 1), one of Beck's friends and a social media influencer
Daniel Cosgrove  as Ron (season 1), the parole officer boyfriend of Paco's mother
Victoria Cartagena  as Claudia (season 1), Paco's mother
Adwin Brown  as Calvin a manager at Anavrin (season 2), a trendy high-end grocery store
Mark Blum  as Mr. Mooney (season 1), the owner of Mooney's and Joe's former boss
Hari Nef  as Blythe (season 1), a rival graduate student to Beck
John Stamos  as Dr. Nicky (season 1; guest season 2), Beck's therapist
Marielle Scott  as Lucy Sprecher (season 2), an edgy-chic literary agent and Sunrise's partner
Robin Lord Taylor  as Will Bettelheim (season 2), a hacker
Melanie Field  as Sunrise Darshan Cummings (season 2), a stay-at-home lifestyle blogger and Lucy's partner
Charlie Barnett  as Gabe Miranda (season 2), a successful acupuncturist and Love's oldest friend and closest confidant
Chris D'Elia  as Joshua "Henderson" Bunter (season 2), a famous stand-up comedian in Los Angeles
Danny Vasquez  as David Fincher (season 2), an LAPD officer
Magda Apanowicz  as Sandy (season 2), Joe's mother
Saffron Burrows  as Dottie Quinn (season 2), Love and Forty's mother
Lou Taylor Pucci  as Benjamin "Benji" Ashby Jr. III Beck's wealthy, toxic hipster ex-boyfriend
Michael Park  as Edwin Beck Beck's father
Reg Rogers  as Professor Paul Leahy Beck's graduate school advisor
Michael Maize  as Officer Nico a Greenwich police officer
Emily Bergl  as Nancy Whitesell Edwin's new wife and Beck's stepmother
Natalie Paul  as Karen Minty Paco's babysitter and Joe's new girlfriend after his breakup with Beck
Ryan Andes  as Ross a private investigator hired by Peach's family to look into her death
Gerrard Lobo  as Raj a med student and an old friend of Beck and Peach
Kathy Griffin  as herself a eulogist at Henderson's funeral
David Paladino  as Alec Grigoryan a private investigator hired by Love to investigate Candace
Michael Reilly Burke  as Ray Quinn Love and Forty's father
Andrew Creer  as Milo Warrington James' best friend and Love's new boyfriend after her breakup with Joe
Steven W. Bailey  as Jasper Krenn a criminal to whom Will owes money
Daniel Durant  as James Kennedy Love's deaf and deceased husband
Madeline Zima  as Rachel Candace/Amy's roommate
Haven Everly  as Gigi Will's fiancée
Brooke Johnson  as Sofia Forty's au pair lover
Olivia Ragan  as young Love Quinn
Anton Starkman  as young Forty Quinn
Shalita Grant  as Sherry
Scott Speedman  as Matthew
Travis Van Winkle  as Cary
Aidan Wallace  as Little Joe
Gianni Ciardiello  as Young Joe Goldberg
Christine Toy Johnson  as Allison Mott
Manini Gupta  as Maddie Johnson
Billy Lush  as Phil
Andrei Runtso  as Igor
Esteban Benito  as Elijah Thornton
Mercedes Griffeth  as Mia
James DeFilippi  as Cooper
Reggie Gowland  as Roger Stevens
Annie Karstens  as DMV Lady
Jo Yang  as Bridey
Luke Young  as Mr. Robert Sawyer
Kether Donohue  as Tina
Erik Marion  as DMV Employee
Cara Mitsuko  as Alaina
Ben Getz  as Tomas
Cliff Moylan  as Gas Company Man
James P. Rees  as Bed-Bug Inspector
Damion J. Williams  as Wedonite
Adam Chambers  as Jonah
Tarina Pouncy  as Director
Ethan Itzkow  as Yuri
Sri Chilukuri  as Orderly
Ira Madison III  as LA Hipster
Reid Miller  as Goetz
Eliot Schwartz  as Freddy
Sean David Cooper  as Officer Martin
Katy Rea  as Neo-Folk Singer
Andy Cameron  as Improv Dude Andy
Jeremy Kent Jackson  as Rufus
Mary Ly  as Influencer
Mehdi Barakchian  as Middle-Aged Brooklynite
Diana Bologna  as Officer Laurel
Jamar Greene  as Officer Warren
Chelsea Sanders  as Sally
Shruti Tewari  as Arabic Speaking Woman
Kisha Barr  as Reporter #1
Laura Chaneski  as Hiker
Michael Lewis  as Homeless Man
Phire Whitaker  as Woman Beside Joe
Joel Wiersema  as Improv Nerd
Patrick K. Dooley  as Drunk Man
Ariel Kim  as Bookstore Customer
Mark David Christenson  as Mark
Lorin Doctor  as Eyeliner
Shehzad  as Johno
John Gowans  as Book Seller
Jake Regal  as Jake
T.J. Atoms  as Candy Stars MC
Beth Appel  as Beth
Brandon Papo  as Teenager
Venida Evans  as Older Woman Resident
Nina Concepción  as Nina
Heidi Van Horne  as Waitress
Sarah Claspell  as Sarah
Chuck David Willis  as Partygoer #4
Geoff Ross  as Geoff
Jamal Antar  as Anavrin
Jay Arthur  as Pedestrian
Ivy Beech  as Moira
Leith M. Burke  as CPS Steven
Phoebe Ann Eber  as Punk Moms Baby
Kayvon Esmaili  as Morris
Gayla Goehl  as Guard
Laura Harman  as Bride
Highdee Kuan  as Luna
Jennifer Kathreen Larson  as Avery
Tiffany Lonsdale  as Mystery Woman
Katie McCabe  as Mailbox Customer
Mallory Mckenzie  as Cafe Blonde
J.J. Nolan  as Haley
Se Oh  as Partygoer #4
Ramsay Philips  as Dale
Sean Riggs  as Detective McNamara
Kelcey Rose  as Rollerblader
Carter Roy  as Businessman
Brandon Tyler Russell  as Improve Troupe Member
Carlo Sciortino  as Surfer
Adi Spektor  as Dimitri
Connor Tillman  as Open
Franco Vega  as Stone Faced Cop
Jose Villarreal  as Friendly Cop
Danny Watters  as Groom
Charlotte Xia  as Bookish Woman
Michael Eshaun York  as Mike - Foster Home Kid
Gregory Yuan  as Angelino
Dylan Arnold  as Theo
Mackenzie Astin  as Gil
Shannon Chan-Kent  as Kiki
Jack Fisher  as Young Joe
Tati Gabrielle  as Marienne
Mathew Trent Hunnicutt  as Teacher
Mauricio Lara  as Paulie
Michaela McManus  as Natalie
Ben Mehl  as Dante
Chris O'Shea  as Andrew
Bryan Safi  as Jackson
Christopher Sean  as Brandon
Ayelet Zurer  as Dr. Chandra

Filming

What are You filming details?

"You" series are produced by Man Sewing Dinosaur, Berlanti Productions, Alloy Entertainment, A&E Studios and Warner Horizon Television.

The average duration of each episode is 41 - 50 minutes. Country of origin: United States. Original language: English.

"You" TV series is rated "G", according to the MPAA film rating system.

Rating

What are critics and audiences saying about You TV series?

"You" TV series got high rating from critics. IMDB rating is 7.7/10. Rotten Tomatoes rating is 95/100.

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