Netflix hints that news of the third series of thriller You could be coming soon

You Season Three: Penn Badgley’s Joe Goldberg is seen baking and wiping a bloodied knife on a kitchen towel as Netflix teases a chilling announcement

Netflix has hinted that news of the third series of psychological thriller You could be imminent with a chilling new teaser.

The profile dedicated to the show made several appearances on Twitter Sunday night, sharing several teasers that caused fans to speculate about what’s next for the murderous Joe Goldberg, played by Penn Badgley.

The first of three hints was written, “We’ve got a bun in the oven…,” with lead actor Penn, 34, buttoning an apron from behind, before the words “prepare yourself” were etched onto the screen.

He’s back: Netflix has teased that news about its third series of psychological thriller. You could be imminent with a chilling new teaser (above Penn Badgley as Joe Goldberg in series two)

In the second puzzling post, captioned “set your timers,” Penn cracks an egg into a pan before you enthusiasts say “something’s cooking.”

And in perhaps the most teasing tweet, which read “come hungry tomorrow,” fans could see a bloodied knife smeared on a kitchen towel, followed by the words “ready to serve.”

All three teasers made the shortest recording of a timer, which fans were desperately trying to interpret.

Teasing: The first of three hints was written: 'We have a bun in the oven...', with lead actor Penn, 34, donning an apron from behind, before the words 'prepare yourself' were etched onto the screen

Teasing: The first of three hints was written, ‘We’ve got a bun in the oven…’, with lead actor Penn, 34, donning an apron from behind, before the words ‘prepare yourself’ were etched onto the screen

Tension: In the second puzzling post, captioned 'set your timers', Penn cracks an egg into a pan before you enthusiasts got the description 'something is boiling'

Tension: In the second puzzling post, captioned ‘set your timers’, Penn cracks an egg into a pan before you enthusiasts got the description ‘something is boiling’

Previews: In arguably the most teasing tweet, which read 'come hungry tomorrow', fans could see a bloodied knife smeared on a kitchen towel, followed by the words 'ready to serve'

Previews: In arguably the most teasing tweet, which read ‘come hungry tomorrow’, fans could see a bloodied knife smeared on a kitchen towel, followed by the words ‘ready to serve’

Fans were quick to respond to the series of tweets, with some of the show’s followers desperate for a release date, while others were expecting a trailer for the upcoming series.

An observant enthusiast believed they had worked out the release date based on the timer readings, though nothing has been formally confirmed.

The critically acclaimed series is based on novels by Caroline Kepnes, in which Penn plays a troubled serial killer, Joe Goldberg, who is desperate for love as a means of control.

Wanting more: Fans were quick to respond to the many tweets, with some of the show's followers desperate for a release date, while others were expecting a trailer for the upcoming series

Wanting more: Fans were quick to respond to the many tweets, with some of the show’s followers desperate for a release date, while others were expecting a trailer for the upcoming series

Major Role: The critically acclaimed series is based on novels by Caroline Kepnes, in which Penn plays a troubled serial killer desperate for love as a means of control

Major Role: The critically acclaimed series is based on novels by Caroline Kepnes, in which Penn plays a troubled serial killer desperate for love as a means of control

His love interest was played by Elizabeth Lail in season one before Victoria Pedretti, who takes on the role of Love Quinn, became the object of his affections as the plot thickens in season two.

Both Penn and Victoria return for the third installment of the hit show as Joe and Love.

Showrunner Sera Gamble revealed that they wrapped up the filming on April 23, teasing “f***ing bonkers” episodes.

Taking to Twitter to share the news in April, she wrote: “Today is our last day of shooting for season 3 of #YouNetflix. Can I brag to you for a second?’

“I feel privileged to have witnessed everyone’s creativity, resilience and kindness. I mean, I knew our team was strong and good at their job, but damn, everyone showed up for each other. All the way up the Warner’s/Netflix ladder and in every production department.

She added: “(The episodes are also insanely good and the performances are insanely good. That’s all I’ll say about that until we’re ready to talk about the new season.)”

Back for more: Both Penn and Victoria Pedretti return for the hit show's third installment as Joe and Love

Back for more: Both Penn and Victoria Pedretti return for the hit show’s third installment as Joe and Love

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