‘U’ Drops Trailer For Part 2 Of Season 4; “Bloody Hell” is Penn Badgley’s breakout for Joe Goldberg

“I’m not some cold-blooded psycho killer.” To which all fans of Netflix you have to say Sure Joe, sure.

The streamer just dropped the trailer for Part 2 youIts season 4, which drops on March 9. In the teaser, Penn Badgley’s Joe Goldberg plays Rhys Montrose (outsiderof Ed Spilliers), a fashionable man she befriended in London this season.

Joe crosses the pond in season 4 to assume the new identity of literary professor Jonathan Moore. Towards the end of the teaser, we see Love Queen (Victoria Pedretti), Joe’s ex-wife who we thought he killed at the end of season 3. Chickens have come home!

As Deadline reported last September, Season 4 of the popular serial killer drama is split into two parts — the first of which dropped on February 10. This is in line with Netflix’s recent release strategy. Stranger Things.

Part 1 of Season 4, or the first five episodes, was Netflix’s most-watched title of the week with 92.1M hours watched. Netflix said the episodes were in the top 10 in 90 countries.

Before season 4 premiered, Badgley spoke about her Podcrashed podcast that she asked creator Sarah Gamble to put the kibosh on sex in Season 4 — and she said yes.

“I asked Cera Gamble what can I do? no A more intimate scene,” he told his co-host Nava Kavelin on the Stitcher Studio podcast. “It was actually a decision I made before I did the show. I don’t think I mentioned it publicly. One of the main things was, do I want to put myself back on a career path where I always play romantic roles?”

“Fidelity is important to me in every relationship, including my marriage,” Badgley continued. “It’s gotten to the point where I don’t want to do that. So I said to Sera, ‘I want zero, to go from 100 to zero.’ But I signed this contract. I signed up for this show. I know what I did. You cannot take this aspect from the DNA of the idea. So how much less can you do, was my question to them. He didn’t even bat an eye. He was really happy that I was that Honestly he was almost sort of, I’d say empowered, it was a really positive response. They came back with an unprecedented reduction.”

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