Is Love Quinn pregnant in You?

NETFLIX’s You left fans on a cliffhanger at the end of season two.

Obsessive villain Joe Goldberg’s relationship with Love Quinn is set to further develop in season three as the pair wreak havoc in their new suburban town.

Is Love Quinn pregnant in You?

Love Quinn revealed to Joe Goldberg that she was pregnant with his child at the end of season two.

She is seen with a baby bump as the pair move into their new home together in California.

Victoria Pedretti, the actress who plays Love on the series spoke about the character’s pregnancy to Entertainment Tonight, saying: “I think that Love is really trying to mourn the loss of her brother and trying to create a safe and happy environment for her child while also trying to connect with Joe.

Adding: “If she would do this for Forty, what would she do? And for Joe, what would she do for her child? 

“She would tear down everything. And I think that that's a beautiful thing, right? Mothers are protective of their children, but I think that is something that can often go too far."

When will season three of You air?

Season three of You will air on Netflix in 2021, but exact dates have not been announced.

A viral post on Twitter has assumed that You's season 3 would be airing November of 2021, though Netflix has yet to confirm the release date.

Penn confirmed last year that the series had started filming with a picture of Joe wearing a face mask with his famous catchphrase "Hello you" written on it.

What will You season three be about? 

The third season will likely bring in more murder and madness in Love and Joe’s neighborhood as they navigate raising their baby together within their dysfunction.

One convincing fan theory suggested that Joe's new neighbor might be his estranged mother.

However, Penn dismissed the idea and admitted to Bustle: "She's definitely not his mom. I can say that."

Showrunner Sera Gamble told Entertainment Weekly: "The stakes are pretty high. I have so many questions about Love’s mother who’s incredibly in the picture at the end of the season, like how much she really knows about her children.

"We wrote [the finale] hoping that we will get the opportunity to tell more of the story because we’re really excited with the seeds planted at the end of season two."

Both season one and two of the show are currently available to stream on Netflix. 

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