'You' season three to resume filming this autumn
Finally, some good news.
Production on season three of Netflix's You is due to kick off later this year.
According to LADBible, filming on the new series of the show is expected to resume in autumn.
A source close to Netflix told the publication that the new schedule is set to commence later on this year, so thankfully we won't need to wait that much longer until we've got another hearty dose of Penn Badgley and Victoria Pedretti.
The wildly popular Netflix show about a psychopathic murderer named Joe has become a bit of a Christmastime staple, usually dropping onto the streaming platform when we're all enjoying a bit of quality festive time.
This year, however, due to the prevalence of Covid-19 and all of the very unfortunate things that came with it, production on You halted.
That unfortunately means that we won't be getting a new season of the show in time for Christmas, but we will be getting it eventually - and that's good enough for us.
Series co-creator Sera Gamble recently told Badgley during an interview video call that season two's cliffhanger of the mysterious woman in the back garden will, of course, be addressed.
In fact, it'll probably be a pretty big part of season three.
"I want to ask you about what we're going to do here but you can't really tell us," said Badgley.
Gamble replied: "It's pretty obvious when we were filming this that we were careful not to show too much of her because that role hasn't technically been cast yet.
"But there's lots to come with that neighbour."
C'mon, it's the mom. It's got to be the mom.