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When a television show gets renewed for a second season before the first season is released, that is a real sign of confidence in the quality of that TV show. You absolutely fits that criteria and, judging by the reviews, the critics seem to really like the show. Two of the cast members of You are Penn Badgley and Elizabeth Lail who both talked to Collider about the show.
This is what Penn Badgley had to say on what made him excited and nervous when it came to the concept of You:
“I’d say, by-and-large, that I was just across the board nervous, and less excited. From the first moment, Joe is all wrong. You also discover that in the book. I read the book first and was compelled by it, as a story, but not necessarily because I wanted to bring this guy to life, knew how and knew that I could. I wasn’t sure about all of those questions.”
Elizabeth Lail said this when it came to the topic of what Gail, her character in You, is doing wrong:
“She’s seeking love in all the wrong places, essentially. When it comes to her relationship with Peach, that relationship is based on what Peach can give her. It’s the same with almost everyone that she dates, and that just stems from a deep need inside of herself, unfortunately. We all have that. I don’t think Beck is the only person doing that.”
“I think most of us are doing it, maybe in lesser degrees and maybe we’re more aware. I don’t know how aware she is. She writes about it, but that’s also the artist thing. They’re addicted to that tragedy. They want the tragedy because it creates the poem. But I think Beck grows, throughout the season. I like to think that she grows.”
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