You Season 4 Premiere Date Video Introduces New Characters

by Netflix You The season four premiere date announcement video highlights each of the key new characters – and potential victims – who will interact with Joe. The upcoming season sees Joe move to England, and in the video’s voiceover, Joe (Penn Badgley) confirms he’s “gone through a bit of refinement” with his move across the pond.

“I’m not the lovable manager of a bookstore in New York, or the salesman in Los Angeles, or the doting husband in the suburbs,” says Joe, adding, “I focus on academia and teaching. while keeping my typical extracurricular activities strictly professional.

Joe also claims that the days of unrequited love and desire are over. Do we believe it? No.

The first part of season four will begin on February 10, 2023. The second part will begin on March 10.

Penn Badgley on the set of season 4 of “You” (Photo credit: Netflix)

You New Cast and Characters for Season 4:

Tilly Keeper (Lady Phoebe)
As sweet and kind as she is rich, famous and chaotic, every Phoebe bikini wax has been documented by the tabloids since she was 15. An aristocratic socialite with a passionate fan base, Phoebe’s true colors show when she’s alone with her friends. She is a steadfast cheerleader, especially for American entrepreneur boyfriend Adam. She’s also a wildcard: when misfortune strikes, will she rise to the occasion or will she smash?

Amy Leigh HickmanNadia
A major in literature with a love of genre storytelling and an aspiration to be a serious author, Nadia’s outspokenness and intensity are the perfect cover for the insecurities carried by a young woman who has never been accepted by his peer group. She made big mistakes; now they threaten to destroy his life. She will need help, even if it comes from the wrong people.

Ed Speleers (Rhys)
Dry and irreverent, Rhys is an author whose memoirs have earned him praise and pressure to launch a political career. Born into poverty, Rhys lived a traumatic life before earning money, going to Oxford and making good friends. Now he moves easily in any social circle, while seeing through those around him. He doesn’t have much time to party, although he likes to keep in touch with his eccentric circle of friends. After all, they were there for him in his troubled youth.

Lukas GageAdam
Adam is an American expat, the youngest son of a wealthy East Coast tycoon. He is famous for failing dramatically to live up to the standards of his venerable and successful family. Entrepreneur and gamer, Adam is a warm and funny party host and quick friend. But underneath, Adam hides a treasure trove of secrets and conceals heavy self-medication issues.

Charlotte RitchieKate
She is intelligent, independent, suspicious, lacks nothing. She is fiercely loyal to her friends, a brick wall to everyone else. The daughter of a chaotic, bohemian single mother, Kate has worked hard to create the life she leads now. She’s an art gallery manager whose job is to manage tempestuous artists.

Recurring characters from season 4:

Niccy LinSophie
Sophie is an entrepreneur in the body of a pampered jet-setter. Sure, it looks like she’s hanging out in a bikini on social media, but every aspect of her feed represents shrewdly negotiated high-end endorsement deals. Beneath her whimsical exterior, Sophie is a watchful protector of her introverted artist brother, Simon.

Aidan Cheng (Simon)
Simon is impossible to impress and hates gossip and strangers. The Oxford-educated son of a Chinese tech tycoon, Simon proved the world wrong when, despite his wealth and sheltered life, he emerged as a laudable artist.

Stephen HaganMalcolm
Born into privilege, Malcolm is a professor of literature who enjoys all the social benefits of labor without working very hard. A drug-loving bon vivant, Malcolm’s kindness can turn into intimidation if you resist. He is dating Kate, bright and successful, which speaks to his own intelligence and maturity. But he also sees a few more on the side, negating those bonus points.

Ben WigginsRoald
Roald comes from an old aristocratic family whose names appear on many important buildings in Europe. He’s attractive, handsome, and has perfect manners, but there’s a certain cold calculation to Roald, not to mention rumors of a hidden dark side.

Eve Austin (Gemma)
A member of a special circle of friends who met in Oxford, Gemma never thought about life beyond the next VIP event, fashion show or date. She’s a fun friend to party with, but her privileged island life has left her incredibly deaf and surprisingly lacking in empathy for those who have less.

Ozioma Whenu (Blessing)
A Nigerian princess with multiple postgraduate degrees, Blessing is an avid cryptocurrency investor. Funny, fun-loving, shameless with his college friends, his reckless risk-taking in life and business has paid off time and time again. What is his secret? She thinks we all live in a simulation, so only fools would stop themselves from doing what they want.

Dario CoatesConnie
Connie attended Oxford with Kate and Phoebe’s group of friends. He is a bourgeois, chic, a sportsman who has become soft. Noisy, pot in mouth, likes bets, horses, drinking and cocaine. It’s safe to assume that Connie has never had to deal with a negative consequence in her life.

Sean Pertwee (vic)
Adam’s proud and impeccably dressed driver/dealer/personal security, Vic is loyal and keeps many of the secrets of Adam and his friends. He’s not afraid to get his hands dirty to protect them – work always comes first. Foreigners are treated with polite but utter suspicion.

Brad Alexander (Edward)
Edward’s father, a college student, owns a powerful medium. Edward is popular and used to being the smartest student in the class. He has a fierce rivalry with his classmate Nadia.

Alison Pargeter (Dawn)
Dawn isn’t someone you’ll notice in a crowd, and that helps her in her job as a paparazzi photographer. But if you’re someone who’s determined to avoid being filmed, well, Dawn might be a problem.

Adam James (Elliot)
World-weary, calm, down to earth, allergic to drama, Elliot has lived in California for decades, but his job requires him to travel across Europe. Elliot’s employer is powerful, and Elliot is always up to it, no matter how difficult the task.

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