If you devoured You season two in one rather well spent weekend, albeit hiding from behind the sofa, then you'll be pleased to learn that Joe Goldberg will return to our screens once more.
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Confirming widespread whispers, Netflix will welcome a 10-episode third season in 2021 - yep, that's our social calendar already on hold.
The announcement was made via the show's official Twitter account with an eerie clip which spells out: 'New year, new you.'
Alongside the frustratingly untelling preview lies the caption, "See you soon, neighbour."
We have goosebumps already.
As expected, the news set Twitter alight with fans flocking to comment (and hold their hands up for a spot in the forthcoming series).
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"Can I be the actor for the neighbour? Idc if I get murdered, I just love Penn," one social media user semi-joked.
While others commented on how fast Netflix announced a third season.
The cult drama series' renewal is sure to be well received with season two stealing the fifth spot in Netflix's top 10 list of its most popular series in 2019.
It's business as usual for the show too with Penn Badgley (Joe Goldberg) and Victoria Pedretti (Love Quinn) reprising their now-famous roles.
Co-creators, Sera Gamble and Greg Berlanti, will also take a seat behind the cameras once more as executive producers.
The release dare has yet to be confirmed but it is likely that season three will be released in conjunction with the latest Caroline Kepnes book.
In the meantime, You season two is currently streaming worldwide.