You, Netflix original has people of all ages biting their nails


Photo by Thibault Penin on Unsplash

Photo by Thibault Penin on Unsplash

Jocelyn Fetter, Reporter

How far would you go for love? How much do you rely on other people? How often do you let people’s opinions affect you? Would you go as far as killing someone? How about taking their life into your own hands and making their decisions for them?

Joe Goldberg would. 

Joe has a thing for loving a little too hard. First, was Candice, then Beck, who’s next? 

 Season two will answer all of our questions, but in order to do that they leave us with more. 

“You” is a first-person told story from the one and only Joe. Joe walks us through his mind as he thinks of every decision he makes. 

The story line from the first and the second season follow each other perfectly, and there is never a moment of feeling like it drags on too long.

Season two gets the audience attached to a whole new section of characters and makes us fall in love with Joe even if he’s a murderer. The new characters push Joe to be his best… or even his worst. 

Our love for Joe grows throughout the season and by the end of season two, we are left with so much curiosity and annoyed that there’s no more to watch. 

The season picks up and answers our questions from season one and makes us watch on the edge of our seats. We discover Joe’s past and see with our own eyes who is responsible for providing us with Joe. 

The journalistic intelligence of Joe’s persona makes viewers fall in love with him and long for a man so eloquent. The has been New Yorker personality takes on a whole new area with open eyes and a new mindset but the same judgment and love interests. 

Season two is one for the books and one that’ll keep us all wondering, what will happen next Mr. Goldberg? I guess we’ll have to watch and wait to find out.