You are a psychological thriller of the American TV series developed by Greg Berlanti and Sera Gamble. Produced by Warner Horizon Television, in association with Alloy Entertainment and A & E Studios is the first season, based on the 2014 novel Caroline Kepnes and continues Joe Goldberg.
Director of a New York bookstore (Penn Badgley), who falls in love with a client named Guinevere Beck (Elizabeth Lail) and quickly gets excited about her. Luca Padovan, Cherry Zach and Shay Mitchell are all part of a supporting role.
The series has a first life on September 9, 2018, in the United States, and Netflix streaming, internationally, on December 26, 2018.
The series attracted a limited life before it became more common and was a great success with Netflix with over 40 million viewers, after the first streaming season after being in the streaming service.
Announced that for life it was renewed for a second follow-up season based on the novel Kepnes hidden bodies on July 26, 2018, before the premier league. On December 3, 2018, it was announced that the series would be transferred to Netflix as Netflix original title.
In February 2015, it was announced that Greg Berlanti and Sera Gamble developed a series based on the book Caroline Kepnes: You along with Berlanti and Gamble as a screenwriter and Berlanti as a piloting director. Initially, Berlanti and Gamble presented the Showtime program, but they failed to do so. Two years later, it was announced that the series was purchased by Lifetime and quickly evolved.
In April 2017, Lifetime gave him direct order serial 10 episodes. On July 26, 2018, in connection with the first series, Lifetime announced that the series was renewed for the second season. On December 3, 2018, it was confirmed that Lifetime gave the series and that Netflix had collected the series before the second season was released.
In November 2018 Gamble confirmed that as Hidden Bodies, another novel for you, the series will be moved to Los Angeles for the second season.
In March 2019, Berlanti discussed the challenges of finding the right platform for the series at a press conference. Speaking at the INTV conference, he stated that we had “dropped” and sold it to Showtime everywhere, but … after reading the script they said very well: “You can take it” somewhere else “…”. After he was rejected by the network, he appeared in the Lifetime program, which he “wanted to do, and we filmed, and due to the publishing cycle, we sat in a can for two and a half years”. years, they finally started to run it and it did not work very well.
“Although at the end of 2018 Lifetime denied the initial renewal offer for the second season, Berlanti reminded that he went to the executive offices of the network to ask them to change their mind, asking:” I still think it will work, Thinking will work – maybe another episode, maybe if people will have the chance to see five consecutive episodes. “Later he felt relieved thanks to news of Netflix being involved in the second season after Lifetime canceled the series.