YOU: Season 4 Part 2 is on Netflix with the last five episodes of the season. Get ready to see the Joe Goldberg we’ve come to know in previous seasons. Actually, in some ways, this is an even more unhinged version of him. Read our full YOU Season 4 Part 2 review here!

YOU: Season 4 Part 2 is one hell of a ride. These final five episodes are on Netflix and they are very binge-worthy. Admittedly, episodes of YOU do tend to end on cliffhangers. And yet, in this season, it seems to be even bigger and wilder than ever before.

Read our Season 4 Part 1 review of YOU right here >

Viewers need to prepare for quite an unhinged version of Joe Goldberg. And also, as always, there are many bad and manipulating people all around him as well. Sure, Joe is a villain (and a murderer) in his own right, but crazy does seem to attract crazy in this series.

Continue reading our YOU Season 4 Part 2 review below. Find the last five episodes on Netflix from March 9, 2023.

A very unhinged Joe is struggling

We don’t do spoilers, so I won’t reveal any main plot events here. That would be to rob you of many WTF! moments that you deserve to experience firsthand. What I will say is that “Jonathan Moore” will continue to struggle as people come at him from many directions.

By the end of Season 4 Part 1, we know that Rhys is the Eat the Rich killer (or just the ETR killer). Also, he knows all about the real Joe Goldberg, and that Jonathan Moore is a cover. That’s why Rhys wants to partner up with Joe – all while Rhys has announced his mayoral candidacy. Yes, the ETR killer wants to be the mayor of London.

Well, when YOU Season 4 Part 2 begins, it is with a simple solution that should make things much easier for Joe. But, of course, it’s never that simple.

Also, you need to prepare for this; Nothing is as it seems and you might as well prepare to forget most of what you’ve learned so far in season 4 of YOU.

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So many WTF moments!

Everyone has secrets and they come pouring out in Part 2. Fast and in brutal and scary ways. Or rather, the outcome is brutal and scary. And often very bloody!

Episode 6 is a real “That was smart” and then “WTF!”. Then comes episode 7 which is more of a “How will Joe get out of this?!” and then a much bigger “WTF!” moment. When episode 8 comes around, it’s to explain everything that came before the reveal at the end of episode 7.

Still with me?! Okay, let’s round out season 4 with reactions and no spoilers.

Episode 9 “Tragedy and pain!” and then “That’s just not fair!” with episode 10 ending with “Good for you, Joe”, “Is this it, Joe?!” on to “Ooh, nice plot twist in the background”. And finally, the big finale moments in the last part of episode 10 make for a strong ending.

Watch YOU Season 4 Part 2 on Netflix now!

I’m not entirely sure how people will view this second part of season 4. However, I do believe many people will enjoy it. It’s a throwback to so much of what we’ve seen from Joe in the previous three seasons.

That’s also why you will see quite a few familiar faces in these final five episodes of season 4. Joe Goldberg is finally getting well and good haunted by his past actions. Especially all the women he has been calling “You!” until he moved on for some reason.

Maybe he has finally met his match here in the final half of season 4. And yet, even “Joe’s match” seems like a scary idea in many ways. The series could easily have ended with this season, but there is also plenty to build on still.

YOU Season 4 Part 2 is on Netflix from March 9, 2023.


Starting anew in London, Joe vows to bury the past and be his best self. But on the rocky road to redemption, a new obsession starts to take hold.

I write reviews and recaps on Heaven of Horror. And yes, it does happen that I find myself screaming, when watching a good horror movie. I love psychological horror, survival horror and kick-ass women. Also, I have a huge soft spot for a good horror-comedy. Oh yeah, and I absolutely HATE when animals are harmed in movies, so I will immediately think less of any movie, where animals are harmed for entertainment (even if the animals are just really good actors). Fortunately, horror doesn't use this nearly as much as comedy. And people assume horror lovers are the messed up ones. Go figure!
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