You show creator has revealed some details about the new season (Picture: Netflix)
Fans have eagerly been awaiting You season 3 – and the show creator has revealed that it’s ‘f***ing bonkers’.
Netflix last dropped new episodes of the sinister thriller on Boxing Day 2019 and viewers have been patiently waiting since.
The second season focused on Joe Goldberg (Penn Badgley) and Love Quinn (Victoria Pedretti) who relocate to suburbia and have a baby together and the cast and crew have kept tight-lipped about what’s to come.
Taking to Twitter on Friday, Sera Gamble shared some behind-the-scenes information about the show that’s just wrapped filming.
She penned: ‘The episodes are f***ing bonkers and the performances are insanely good.
‘I feel privileged to have gotten to witness everyone’s creativity, resilience and kindness. I mean, I knew our team was tough and good at their jobs, but holy sh*t did everyone show up for each other. All the way up the Warner’s/Netflix ladder and in every production department.’
She said: ‘The episodes are f***ing bonkers (Picture: Netflix)
Even though Los Angeles had a scary coronavirus spike, Sera revealed that they managed to keep the You set completely Covid-free.
When they started filming in February 2020 writers were keeping track of how fast the virus was spreading, with one morning having a new Covid case every four minutes.
‘We had zero on-set positive Covid tests through a significant and scary surge here in LA. And haven’t had one since. Because every single member of cast & crew worked very hard to take care of each other during a time that’s stressful, in a situation that’s tough to control,’ she penned.
‘We have administered over 32,000 Covid tests. The production milestone of no cases is 77 days long! We’ve had the lowest overall positivity rate across all comparable productions to date.’
She explained that everyone on set made the effort to look after each other’s health while everyone was ‘going through something unprecedented and uncertain that makes their lives more challenging.’
A year ago, Sera and the team had no idea if shooting the third series would even be possible.
‘I mean… You doesn’t really work if there’s no romance or, y’know, murder-type contact,’ she quipped.
If fans were hoping for more insight into the new series, Sera said that’s all she’ll say for now until they’re ready to talk more about the show.
You seasons one and two are available to watch on Netflix.
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