‘You’ Season 3 Review: Netflix Doubles the Drama with a Fresh Twist on a Toxic Partnership

‘You’ Season 3 Review: Netflix Doubles the Drama with a Fresh Twist on a Toxic Partnership
It would be easy to say that Joe Goldberg has changed by the time “You” Season 3 starts. When last the show left him, he was on the verge of being both a husband and a father, reeling from the reveal that Love Quinn, the object of his affection (and manipulation), is almost as homicidally prolific as he is.

When Season 3 opens on the fledgling family, transplanted from LA to the fictional Bay Area suburb of Madre Linda, Joe (Penn Badgley) sees his new surroundings as a threat. He feels inadequate at his new parental responsibilities and still can’t shake the fact that Love wasn’t the romantic cure-all he had fashioned in his mind. Before long, Love (Victoria Pedretti) is sharing in the life-upheaval misery. Both of them have been chasing a warped, idealized conception of partnership; now that the two have each gotten as close to it as they’ll get,
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