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Netflix’s You season two fans cancel all their plans to binge-watch on Boxing Day


A fan claimed: “Cancelled all the plans.”

The show follows Joe Goldberg (Penn Badgley), a stalker with a deadly obsession with Guinevere Beck (Elizabeth Lail).

In season two, the stalker moves to Los Angeles and begins a new life working in an organic food and book store.

 The actors continue to insist that Joe is not a role model for guys

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The actors continue to insist that Joe is not a role model for guysCredit: NETFLIX
 Joe is a murderer

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Joe is a murdererCredit: Netflix/Youtube

But the leading man – and star of Gossip Girl – has gained fans worldwide who have fallen for the psychopath’s charms.

Show star Adwin Brown branded fans’ crushes on “explosive” Joe  “way too far”.

He plays Joe’s colleague Calvin who unsuspectingly tries to help his new co-worker on the California dating scene.

However, the actor has some strong feelings about girls who want someone like Joe.

“It’s crazy to go on Twitter and see girls be like, ‘Oh my gosh, I wish I had a guy that was as dedicated as Joe,” Adwin told Metro.co.uk.

Netflix’s You season 2 trailer sees Joe trapped in ‘own personal hell’ while on the run from Candace
 Joe is on the run in the latest season

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Joe is on the run in the latest seasonCredit: Netflix/Youtube

“I’m like, ‘No, you don’t want that, no way you could want that’. Joe is a lot and in a real life setting that can be explosive and not good.”

Season one ends with Joe trapping “girlfriend” Beck in his secret underground basement after she discovers his book of serial killer trophies.

He mentally tortures her in there, while she writes her magnum opus – an essay about the fakeness of romantic tropes in literature in order to seduce Joe.

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However, the plan fails and he kills her.

In the end, Joe picks out his next target in the bookstore, only to find it’s his (presumed dead) ex-girlfriend Candace.





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