Netflix's 'You' without Joe's voiceovers is utterly bizarre

Netflix's 'You' without Joe's voiceovers is utterly bizarre

This article contains spoilers on season 2 of You.

To no-one's great surprise, it turns out that Netflix's You is even creepier without Joe's voiceovers.

As anyone who has seen the show will attest, Joe Goldberg is a pretty shady character. Once he's decided that you're the girl for him, he will do anything and everything to worm his way into your life. This is largely thanks to social media (to be honest, it's enough to put you off having a public account anywhere again... or even an account).

If you haven't seen it yet, this is the trailer for You season two: 

One of the most distinguishable features of the show are Joe's voiceovers, which allow audiences to see his twisted logic, but now Netflix has revealed what the show would be like without them, and it's even more creepy!

This is what You would be like without Joe's voiceover:

Needless to say, there were strong fan reactions to this video on Twitter.

One user wrote: "I like it better because I'm scared of his thoughts".

A second joked"this must've been so awkward to film".

Meanwhile, a third used the video as an opportunity to praise Penn Badgley's skills as an actor, writing: "penn's facial expressions are so good wah he's such an amazing actor".

"He's even creepier after seeing this," wrote a fourth.

In the first season, Joe goes through hell and high water to win the heart of aspiring writer Guinevere Beck, an obsession which ends in... well, you can imagine.

In season two, he's got a new identity, Will, and has moved from New York to Los Angeles, where he meets a new love interest, Love, a chef, and unbelievably, he really does meet his match in her.

However, the second season was very much left open-ended, and now fans are wondering whether or not there will be a third. This is what Sera Gamble recently said about it, as per Cosmpolitan: "Absolutely it could come back for season three."

However, she then clarified: "First of all, it's up to the powers that be. We hope that a lot of people will watch the show and that it gets to continue.

"I will say that we have an idea for season three that is SO exciting that people talk about it in the [writer's] room every day.

"So my fingers are crossed... I'll just say, I hope we get the chance to keep making the show."

Let's just hope that if it happens, there will be voiceovers!