Psychological thriller wins fans on Netflix

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Psychological thriller wins fans on Netflix

The show, based off the novel by Caroline Kepnes, is unique in that it is told from Joe’s point of view. The audience is able to see how he plots against his victims, whom he sees as obstacles to his romance, and how his infatuation with Beck grows.

The show, based off the novel by Caroline Kepnes, is unique in that it is told from Joe’s point of view. The audience is able to see how he plots against his victims, whom he sees as obstacles to his romance, and how his infatuation with Beck grows.

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The show, based off the novel by Caroline Kepnes, is unique in that it is told from Joe’s point of view. The audience is able to see how he plots against his victims, whom he sees as obstacles to his romance, and how his infatuation with Beck grows.

Photo via Netflix

Photo via Netflix

The show, based off the novel by Caroline Kepnes, is unique in that it is told from Joe’s point of view. The audience is able to see how he plots against his victims, whom he sees as obstacles to his romance, and how his infatuation with Beck grows.

Kim Samuel, Staff Writer

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Released late last year, You is an American thriller series available on Netflix that has brought the streaming service a lot of attention, just as the popular Bird Box movie did.

You follows a serial killer named Joe, who also holds down a job as a bookstore manager. Joe is romantically interested in a female aspiring author named Beck. The series follows Joe as he kills Beck’s friends and family, while also trying to win her over.

The show, based off the novel by Caroline Kepnes, is unique in that it is told from Joe’s point of view. The audience is able to see how he plots against his victims, whom he sees as obstacles to his romance, and how his infatuation with Beck grows.

The first season ends with a big plot twist and a cliffhanger, leaving viewers looking forward to the second season.