YOU Showrunner Confirms Season 3’s Post-Production Has Passed a Huge Milestone


YOU showrunner Sera Gamble has taken to Twitter to celebrate the completion of a major season 3 milestone, and praise the tireless efforts of her crew

Sera Gamble, creator and showrunner on Netflix’s YOU, has confirmed that work on season 3 has just passed a major milestone. Gamble’s previous credits include taking over from Eric Kripke and working as the showrunner on Supernatural’s 6th and 7th seasons, and as being the co-creator and showrunner on Syfy’s television adaptation of The Magicians based on the bestselling books by Lev Grossman. In 2015 Gamble teamed up with CW Arrowverse mastermind Greg Berlanti to adapt Caroline Kepnes’ psychological thriller novel You for the Lifetime network, with the first season airing in September 2018.

Following the twisted machinations of its protagonist Joe Goldberg, YOU is a chilling look into the mind of an obsessive stalker who will go to any length to win the affection of the object of his desire. In 2018, after Lifetime had pulled its plans for a second season, Netflix swooped in to acquire the show’s rights and allowed 2019’s season to move forward. Less than a month after season 2 began to air, Netflix also announced that they would be moving ahead with season 3.

Related: What To Expect From YOU Season 3

Like many productions, YOU season 3 has encountered its share of setbacks and difficulties progressing due to the delays and hurdles imposed by the global pandemic. Thankfully, however, Gamble has taken to Twitter to confirm that the new season is one step closer to reaching people’s screens, confirming that post-production VFX work has now concluded and praising her crew’s tireless dedication. Her original tweet can be read below:

The impacts the Coronavirus pandemic has had on many industries has forced many to find new and creative ways of working, and the television business is certainly no exception. With several productions experiencing significant delays and shutdowns, the YOU cast and crew have clearly gone above and beyond to ensure their show was kept firmly on track. As Gamble herself says, “even something as comparatively straightforward as VFX reviews had to be reinvented.

Previously Gamble had revealed that the YOU COVID-19 compliance team issued over 32,000 tests to the cast and crew during filming, and no one working on the show had contracted the virus despite significant outbreaks in Los Angeles. Clearly, Gamble is overwhelmed at the lengths that everyone involved in the production has gone to keep each other safe and the production moving along. While there is no official release date yet, YOU season 3 is expected to hit Netflix sometime in the final quarter of this year.

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Source: Sera Gamble

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