The third season of You It arrived on October 15 and we can already say that it is a success in the streaming service Netflix by positioning itself as one of the most viewed content by users. It is one of the most anticipated series to return after almost two years, but soon another will arrive on the platform that could replace it.
What was published last Friday will not be the end of the show, something that was celebrated by the fandom a few hours before the launch when the streaming announced renewal for a fourth installment. It will be one of the few to reach that many episode batches, since the original shows are usually shorter. At the moment there is no date, but it is estimated for late 2023.
+ The Spanish series that will make you forget about You
If after watching the third season of You you are looking for something similar, we tell you that you can not lose Lies. This Spanish thriller is a remake of Liar, one of the phenomena of British television in 2017. It originally arrived on the screen of Antena 3 in April 2020 and apparently captivated Netflix, given that It will be part of the catalog from November 15.
What is it about? This says his synopsis: “Laura Munar, literature teacher, stays one night to have dinner with Xavier Vera, renowned surgeon and father of one of her students. The next morning, Laura wakes up alone in her bed with nausea and a great emptiness in her memory. It begins as a physical discomfort and soon turns into a terrible suspicion: Xavier has drugged and raped her. With the help of her sister Cata, Laura goes to the police to report Vera for rape, but the absence of other more conclusive evidence means that the case is reduced to a question of who to believe. “
Usually the reviews received have been positive in its first broadcast in Spain, so it is believed that subscribers of Netflix they will also receive it greatly. The cast is made up as follows: Itziar Atienza, Ángela Cremonte, Víctor Duplá, Miquel Fernández, Eva Llorach, Óscar Ortuño, Javier Rey, Susi Sánchez, Paco Tous, Manuela Velasco, Fran Cantos, Rodrigo Sáenz de Heredia, Jazmín Abuín, Pedro Aijón, Nerea Camps and Ana Telenti.
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