Netflix’s You Season 4 part 2, is a fresh and new take on the serial killer we can’t get enough of. Check out the details in my parents guide review.
Netflix’s You season 4 part 2 releases on the streaming service today, February 9, 2023. The show brings back main serial killer Joe, played by Penn Badgley, who has now moved to London with a new identity. While this season brings back some other familar faces including Tati Gabrielle who plays Joe’s love interest from last season, Marienne, most of the cast ae newcomers to the series and include Lukas Gage, Charloette Ritchie, Tilly Keeper, Amy-Leigh Hickman, and Ed Speleers. Check out all the details in my parents guide review.
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YOU Season 4 Part 2 Parents Guide
In Netflix’s YOU Season 4: After being spurned by his latest love, serial killer and stalker Joe Goldberg hides out in jolly old England under the fake name Jonathan Moore. The new installment of Netflix’s hit drama will follow Joe’s murderous ways as he roams the streets of London and falls for the latest object of his obsession.
YOU Season 4 Age Rating Parents Guide
Let’s take a look at what parents need to know before letting their younger children watch Netflix’s You Season 4. Here is the suggestion of parental guide.
Language: Netflix’s You Season 4 contains strong language, with profanity used throughout. Lookout words include: f*ck, sh*t, b*tch, c*nt, d*ck, tw*t, c*ck, a**h*le, wh*re, sl*t, d*mn, and phrases like “douchebag” and “blow job.”
The series revolves around a serial killer, so there are many scenes that show dead and bloodied bodies that have been murdered, as well as graphic scenes of “cleaning up” the bodies, as body parts are sawed into pieces. Characters are stabbed, mugged, shot at, chained, and tried to set on fire to. There are some naked scenes, including one of a dead body with a full shot of the penis. Characters are also shown having sex, masterbating, and getting pissed on for sexual pleasure. This season has an “eat the rich” theme, and characters are shown treating their help like dogs. Characters are also shown consuming alcohol to the point of intoxication and using drugs.
Netflix’s You season 4 Age Rating: Netflix’s You season 4 has a TV-MA rating.This means it’s specifically designed to be watched by mature audiences only.
Netflix’s You season 4 picks up two years after season 3 ended, with Joe faking his own death after killing Love and setting fire to their home. He now lives in London under a new identity; he goes by Jonathan now and works at a university as an English professor. Joe, or Jonathan, has put his killing ways to the side and is trying to turn over a new leaf to be a better person, starting over his life in London as what he calls a “European vacation.” However, trouble seems to find Joe, Jonathan, once he befriends a group of rich elites born into money, and things take a turn from there as dead bodies begin to appear.
Season 4 of You will show a completely different side of Joe, although his “good versus evil” inner voice still accompanies the show. Yet unlike season 3, we actually see a softer side to Joe, a better side, but a new evil brews in the series, and that evil comes in the form of the rich. This season’s “eat the rich” theme brings with it an inner look at the evil that follows money, but also the disgusting attitudes of some elites, as they look down at those who don’t come from money, even treating them worse than dogs on some occasions. In a time when Joe has changed his ways, here he is walking into a situation that his old serial killer self would’ve struck gold in. People who are truly evil and deserve to be punished.
The changes in events in You, season 4, give the show a completely different feel this time around. Although viewers are still privy to Joe’s inner thoughts, Joe isn’t the same as we remember him from the first three seasons. Reasons for this change begin to unfold as the series progresses, leading to some amazing twists and turns. Speaking of twists and turns, this season brings plenty of them and may remind some of an Agatha Christie story in which viewers are left guessing along with the rest of the characters involved. Speaking of the new characters, they are just as twisted and complicated as one would hope, and audiences will quickly become enthralled in them along with the story.
Another strange twist in season 4 of “You” is that viewers will not receive the entire season at once. Season 4 contains two parts, each having five episodes that run around 50 minutes each. The second part of season 4 will be released next month, but don’t worry, the first half of the season wrapped up much of the storyline in a nice bow that leads audiences smoothly into the second part. So, no cliffhangers to worry about! While this season may seem different to many You fans, it still contains enough of the old formula to make it work and plenty of new elements that keep this series fresh and entertaining.