‘You’ season 3 leaves viewers wanting even more

Sydney Burleyson, Headlines Editor

The entirety of season three of “You” did not disappoint, it started on a thrill ride and ended on a thrill ride keeping you engaged and wanting more the whole time. It is not very common to find a show that successfully follows the internal monologue of an undercover psycho killer, while still portraying a shy, book-loving man who just wants to show love. Although the first few episodes are very fast paced and exciting, after that climax the show falls a bit in the aspect of thrill. This occurs when Joe and Love take time to reflect on their marriage, their kid, and the life they have started for themselves in the high-class suburbs of Los Angeles. But do not let that stop you from viewing, even with a few drier episodes, the show still manages to encapsulate the portrayal of two outcasts with dark secrets living in your stereotypical influencer town in the suburbs of L.A. What makes this season so entertaining is this breath of fresh air and the chance to finally see what it is like from the outsiders perspective and not your typical soulcycle, celery juice loving influencer perspective. The show successfully captures the two different sides and is not like the typical thriller you could find while scrolling through Netflix. Season three will leave you with more questions than answers, especially the question “what would you do for love?”