'Hey, You,' the wait is almost over. The latest season of Netflix's 'You' got its digital release date and it is on October 15. The psychological thriller is about a bookstore manager-turned-serial killer. Penn Badgley, who plays the character of Joe Goldberg is a dad in the latest season and has named his son Baby Henry.

Season 2 ended with Love Quinn (Victoria Pedretti) being pregnant with Joe's child in Los Angeles, where the two of them met.

The new season will reportedly pick up where it left off with Joe and Love raising a baby. In the trailer, Joe discusses the "challenges" he will be up against while raising a "mini-me."

"Let's just say, I'm hoping you'll do as I say, not as I do," he says in the clip. "But for you, I can change."

The latest season will show Joe and Love live in the suburbs as they moved away from Los Angeles to a comfortable neighborhood in the Northern California enclave of Madre Linda. While Joe embraces becoming a father, he is wary of Love's deadly impulsiveness.

Sera Gamble and creator Greg Berlanti return as executive producers with Gina Girolamo, Leslie Morgenstein, Sarah Schechter, and Michael Foley.

The cast will be having new additions in form of Michaela McManus and Saffron Burrows, Shalita Grant, Travis Van Winkle, Tati Gabrielle, Dylan Arnold, and Scott Speedman.

The streaming giant had confirmed in November 2020 that the show had gone into production amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

"We recommend you stay at least 6 feet from Joe Goldberg at all times. YOU Season 3 is back in production," Netflix tweeted.

The first two installments of the series were inspired by the first two novels in Caroline Kepnes' You book series. The first novel was released in 2014 and was followed by the second Hidden Bodies in 2016. The third novel, You Love Me, hit the market in April.