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You season 4 Part 1 Twitter review: Netizens are not impressed with Penn Badgley’s Jonathan Moore act

The psychological thriller series is based on Caroline Kepnes’ book series of the same name.

You season 4 Part 1 Twitter review: Netizens are not impressed with Penn Badgley’s Jonathan Moore act

Last Updated: 07.34 PM, Feb 12, 2023


After a long wait of almost two years, You came back to the silver screen with its latest fourth season, which saw Penn Badgley’s Joe in a completely different setting. Gone is the ‘average’ American Joe, as the new season sees Joe adopt a new identity, as charming Professor Jonathan Moore, a professor at a university in London. The first part of the fourth season premiered on Thursday, and sure enough, netizens could not wait to start binging the series in one go. But it seems that not all of them were left impressed by the new route the show took.

Many viewers took to Twitter to express their opinion about the new season, and a lot of them seemed to be on the fence about it. A number of fans expressed their disappointment with the latest season, saying how it seemed to be a major departure from its predecessor. One fan declared that the new season felt like a poorly written crossover between I Know What You Did Last Summer and the new Gossip Girl, while another revealed that even a ‘superfan’ of the show seemed to be bored with the new season. “I can't help but feel that 𝗬𝗢𝗨 season 4 is a letdown. Does anyone else agree, or am I the only one who thinks this season missed the mark?”, wrote a user.

Some netizens spoke of how much they disliked the new characters introduced in season four. They also had mixed feelings about the show as a whole.

Some people seemed to miss Love Quinn this season.

But despite the less than stellar response from many, there were still a number of viewers who still loved the series.

You season 4 Part 1 is available for streaming on Netflix. Part 2 of the fourth season will be available for streaming on Netflix from March 9 onwards.

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