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October 23, 2021
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Based on Caroline Kepnes' best-selling novel of the same name, YOU is a 21st century love story that asks, "What would you do for love?" When a brilliant bookstore manager crosses paths with an aspiring writer, his answer becomes clear: anything. Using the internet and social media as his tools to gather the most intimate of details and get close to her, a charming and awkward crush quickly becomes obsession as he quietly and strategically removes every obstacle - and person - in his way.

Country: United States

Type: Scripted

Status: Returning Series

Language: English

Release Date: September 9, 2018

Also Known As: Tu, You (televisieserie) |  See more »

Parents Guide: Australia (MA15+), Brazil (16) |  See more »


Plot Keywords

new york city
based on novel or book

Company Credits

Production Co: A+E Studios, Alloy Entertainment |  See more »


Christopher Sean
as Brandon
Jeremiah Ripley
as Library Goer
Luca Padovan
as Paco
Jay Arthur
as Pedestrian
Reggie Gowland
as Roger Stevens
Noel Arthur
as Lansing
Daniel Durant
as James
Jamal Antar
as Anavrin
Sean David Cooper
as Officer Martin
Jose Villarreal
as Friendly Cop
Sarah Claspell
as Sarah
Andrei Runtso
as Igor
Phire Whitaker
as Woman Beside Joe
Saffron Burrows
as Dottie Quinn
Aubyn Philabaum
as Irate Mom
Michael Lewis
as Homeless Man
Laura Harman
as Bride
Justin Whang
as Band Member
Bryan Safi
as Jackson
Mercedes Griffeth
as Mia
Charlotte Xia
as Bookish Woman
Travis Van Winkle
as Cary
Natalie Paul
as Karen Minty
Victoria Pedretti
as Love Quinn
Leith M. Burke
as CPS Steven
Ben Mehl
as Dante
Mark Blum
as Mr. Mooney
Tati Gabrielle
as Marienne
Cliff Moylan
as Gas Company Man
Kether Donohue
as Tina
Geoff Ross
as Geoff
Kalina Vanska
as Anavrin Shopper
Gianni Ciardiello
as Young Joe Goldberg
Aidan Wallace
as Little Joe
Diana Bologna
as Officer Laurel
Michael Park
as Edwin Beck
Adam Chambers
as Jonah
Kayvon Esmaili
as Morris
Ayelet Zurer
as Dr. Chandra
Madeline Zima
as Rachel
Jennifer Kathreen Larson
as Avery
Carly Pandza
as Tibetan Nun
J.J. Nolan
as Haley
Patrick K. Dooley
as Drunk Man
Carlo Sciortino
as Surfer
Chelsea Sanders
as Sally
Zach Cherry
as Ethan
Penn Badgley
as Joe Goldberg
Annie Karstens
as DMV Lady
Jo Yang
as Bridey
Mathew Trent Hunnicutt
as Pedestrian/Neighbor/Party Worker/Teacher
Victoria Cartagena
as Claudia
Ethan Itzkow
as Yuri
Brooke Johnson
as Sofia
Mauricio Lara
as Paulie
Gerren Hall
as Airport Patron
Chris O'Shea
as Andrew
Alexander Aleynikov
as Fish Vendor
Marielle Scott
as Lucy/Lucy Sprecher
Carter Roy
as Businessman
Jenna Ortega
as Ellie
John Gowans
as Book Seller
Shay Mitchell
as Peach Salinger
Danny Vasquez
as David Fincher
Brandon Papo
as Teenager
Michaela McManus
as Natalie
Andrew D. Ford
as Costumed Robin
Billy Lush
as Phil
Laura Chaneski
as Hiker
Beverly Rose
as Candle
Magda Apanowicz
as Sandy
Jeremy Kent Jackson
as Rufus
Gregory Yuan
as Angelino
David Paladino
as Alec Grigoryan
Mark David Christenson
as Mark
Shruti Tewari
as Arabic Speaking Woman
Andrew Creer
as Milo Warrington
Steven W. Bailey
as Jasper Krenn
Cara Mitsuko
as Alaina
Andy Cameron
as Improv Dude Andy
Manini Gupta
as Maddie Johnson
Scott Michael Foster
as Ryan
Charlie Barnett
as Gabe
Ivy Beech
as Moira
James P. Rees
as Bed-Bug Inspector
Heidi Van Horne
as Waitress
Ambyr Childers
as Candace Stone
Ariel Kim
as Bookstore Customer
Venida Evans
as Older Woman Resident
Adi Spektor
as Dimitri
James DeFilippi
as Cooper
Damion J. Williams
as Wedonite
Dylan Arnold
as Theo
Reg Rogers
as Professor Paul Leahy
Ray Rosario
as News Press
Gerrard Lobo
as Raj
Sri Chilukuri
as Orderly
Tiffany Lonsdale
as Mystery Woman
Mallory Mckenzie
as Cafe Blonde
Ira Madison III
as LA Hipster
Elizabeth Lail
as Guinevere Beck
Brandon Tyler Russell
as Improve Troupe Member
Jackson Gann
as Taschen
Michael Eshaun York
as Boys Home Kid/Mike - Foster Home Kid
Amber Kellehan
as College Girl
Katy Rea
as Neo-Folk Singer
as Johno
Mehdi Barakchian
as Middle-Aged Brooklynite
Nina Concepción
as Nina
Jamar Greene
as Officer Warren
Carmela Zumbado
as Delilah Alves
Chris D'Elia
as Henderson
Adwin Brown
as Calvin
Se Oh
as Partygoer #4
Haven Everly
as Gigi
Eliot Schwartz
as Freddy
Chuck David Willis
as Partygoer #4
Joel Wiersema
as Improv Nerd
Vic Estrella
as Hipster Type
Franco Vega
as Stone Faced Cop
Hari Nef
as Blythe
Mary Ly
as Influencer
Christine Toy Johnson
as Allison Mott
Mackenzie Astin
as Gil
Melanie Field
as Sunrise/Sunrise Darshan Cummings
Annie Pisapia
as Maid
Highdee Kuan
as Luna
Connor Tillman
as Open
Michael Maize
as Officer Nico
T.J. Atoms
as Candy Stars MC
Lorin Doctor
as Eyeliner
Sean Riggs
as Detective McNamara
Nicole Kang
as Lynn Lieser
Shalita Grant
as Sherry
Anthony Belfiore
as Bar Patron
Lou Taylor Pucci
as Benjamin 'Benji' J. Ashby III
Anton Starkman
as Young Forty
Carlos Garcia Jr.
as Bar Patron/Hipster
Kathy Griffin
as Kathy Griffin
James Scully
as Forty Quinn
Danny Watters
as Groom/Other Joe
Ramsay Philips
as Dale
Ryan Andes
as Ross
Jake Regal
as Jake
John Stamos
as Dr. Nicky
Emily Bergl
as Nancy Whitesell
Esteban Benito
as Elijah Thornton
Jack Fisher
as Young Joe
Erik Marion
as DMV Employee
Olivia Ragan
as Young Love
Chris Krause
as Proper Gent
Ronald Scott Maestri
as Swanky Party Guest
Katie McCabe
as Mailbox Customer
Kathryn Gallagher
as Annika Atwater
Robin Lord Taylor
as Will
Erika Amato
as Costumed Dickens Festival-Goer
Ben Getz
as Tomas
Luke Young
as Mr. Robert Sawyer
Tarina Pouncy
as Director
Kelcey Rose
as Rollerblader
Ashley Samuels
as Funeral Attendee
Daniel Cosgrove
as Ron
Phoebe Ann Eber
as Punk Moms Baby
Scott Speedman
as Matthew
Reid Miller
as Goetz
Chris Banks
as Drummer
Sarah Jane MacKay
as Nurse
Shannon Chan-Kent
as Kiki
Gayla Goehl
as Guard
Kisha Barr
as Reporter #1
Beth Appel
as Beth
Blaze Robert Stow
as Partygoer
Michael Reilly Burke
as Ray Quinn
Brandon Johnston
as Valet

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2018 | 10 Episodes

Season 2

2019 | 10 Episodes

Season 3

2021 | 10 Episodes




Awards & NominationsSee more »

Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USA 2019


Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USA

Best Actor in Streaming Presentation


Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USA

Best Actress in Streaming Presentation


Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USA

Best Streaming Horror & Thriller Series

ELLE Style Awards 2019


ELLE Style Awards

International Star

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