Fresh off a couple of murders, Joe Goldberg is moving to Los Angeles for You season two. While the show will continue to be based on Caroline Kepnes' book series, the show will continue to surprise even book readers to the point where there's a lot that we don't yet know about what's to come.
There are, however, some things we know for sure, like the fact that Joe's ex-girlfriend Candace (Ambyr Childers), who was presumed dead until the season one finale and remains dead in the books, is alive and well and pissed. She's the biggest change from the first book so far, so just her presence is going to add a whole new element to the second season that book readers aren't going to be able to predict. Hopefully, she's here to torment Joe at least as much as he deserves (which is a lot).
What follows is everything we currently know about the second season of You, free of any second book spoilers, so you can have no fear of that at least. But feel free to continue to fear what Joe is going to do to this poor girl named Love Quinn.
You streams on Netflix, though season one first aired on Lifetime.