Netflix has finally dropped the hotly-anticipated Season 3 trailer for ‘YOU’ – and boy, are we all in for a treat.

Released on Friday, Netflix took to their official Twitter account with an intense two-minute trailer of the psychological thriller series along with a tweet that read:

“... and baby makes three. What could go wrong?”

... Judging from the clip, a lot.

After getting married and giving birth to a baby, the new trailer gives us a glimpse into Joe (Penn Badgley) and Love’s (Victoria Pedretti) move to Northern California after he unconvincingly refers to the couple as “the nice, normal neighbours next door.”

The clip opens with serial killer Joe saying, “In my history of scared, this is the most scared I’ve ever been,” as the camera cuts to his wife and newborn.

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“I’ve always believed in The One, but being your dad is changing me. For you, I’d move to some soulless suburb.”

According to the Netflix synopsis, Joe is “committed to his new role as a husband and dad” – though we beg to differ. At one point in the clip, their child is sitting in a child seat at what appears to be a crime scene in the making.

Have they already made their newborn a witness and accessory to murder?

It also appears as though Joe is up to his old tricks again after he befriends a female neighbour after a part of the clip shows Joe and his new friend clinking glasses in the kitchen before one smashes to the floor.

“Oh no, this is bad, so now I have you”, he says as he fires up his laptop and reignites his creepy stalking ways.

The newlyweds then appear to take up couples therapy after a jealous rage from Love’s behalf.

“You’re many things, but you are not murderers”, the therapist tells the pair.

Twitter

Who is going to tell her?

Twitter is already branding the upcoming series the ‘craziest yet’ and people were quick to jump on the app to share their excitement.

The 10-episode Season 3 of YOU is set to hit screens on October 15.

Series 1 and 2 are available to stream now on Netflix.

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