Netfix hit You sends fans wild by sharing a rare picture together

Cast of Netflix hit You sends fans wild as the wronged characters of season two reunite backstage at the Grammys and joke it’s the ‘deserved better club’

  • Instagram account for Netflix hit series You shared snap of wronged characters 
  • Showed characters Forty Quinn, Ellie Alves, Delilah Alves and Candace Stone
  • Joked in caption:  ‘Ending the night with a shot of the official members of the Deserved Better Club, S2 Edition
  • The actors were attending the 62nd Grammy Awards at the Staples centre in LA
  • Warning: Spoilers 

The Instagram account for Netflix hit series You has excited fans by sharing a picture of the wronged characters of season two coming together. 

Members of the cast of the popular thriller series were seen attending the 62nd Grammy Awards at the Staples centre in LA together yesterday.

Acknowledging that three of the four characters were murdered in the series, and one was banished from LA, the account playfully captioned the shot with: ‘Ending the night with a shot of the official members of the Deserved Better Club, S2 Edition. Thank you and goodnight.’

Among them is character Forty Quinn, played by James Scully, 27, the brother of Joe Goldberg’s love interest Love Quinn, who is shot by a detective in one of the final episodes in a shocking twist. 

Members of the cast of the popular thriller series You were seen attending the to 62nd Grammy Awards at the Staples centre in LA together yesterday. Left to right: Character Forty Quinn, played by James Scully, 27, character Ellie Alves, portrayed by Jenna Ortega, 17, Carmela Zumbado, 28, who plays Delilah Alves, and Candace Stone, portrayed by Ambyr Childers, 31

Acknowledging that three of the four characters were murdered in the series, and one was banished from LA, the account playfully captioned the shot with: ‘Ending the night with a shot of the official members of the Deserved Better Club, S2 Edition. Thank you and goodnight.’

He is joined by character Ellie Alves, portrayed by Jenna Ortega, 17, who is the only character to survive the season, but is devastated when her sister Delilah is murdered, and is sent out of town by Joe. 

Beaming, she can be seen standing next to Carmela Zumbado, 28, who plays Delilah Alves, who is killed following her fling with Joe when she discovers his dark secret. 

Meanwhile Joe’s ex Candace Stone, portrayed by Ambyr Childers, 31, who also meets a grizzly death at the end, joins the group. 

And fans quickly went wild over the shot, though many questioned where main character Joe was.  

The Instagram account for Netflix hit series You has excited fans by sharing a picture of the wronged characters of season two coming together

And fans quickly went wild over the shot, though many questioned where main character Joe was

One fan joked: ‘The ‘Screwed over by Joe squad’’, while another added: ‘I see Joe in the distance!’.

Another wrote: ‘Guys joe is watching closely behind them’, and one said: ‘This is such a happy photo!’.

Elsewhere another observed: ‘They all deserved better’, while others added: ‘Can’t wait for s3’.

Another wrote: ‘Guys joe is watching closely behind them’, and one said: ‘This is such a happy photo!’

At the start of season two, Joe (played by Penn Badgley) first attempts to convince himself he doesn’t need love. But he finds himself back into his obsessive patterns, this time with a woman named Love.

Although it looks as though Joe might be turning a new leaf in his life, he is quick to commit more heinous crimes against others.

And, to Badgley, he believes Joe never actually wants to find ‘true love’ like he claims.

He has been vocal about voicing his despair at female fans gushing over his psychopathic character in the series. 

‘You can’t fool yourself into thinking that he just needs somebody who’s right for him,’ he continued. ‘Nobody’s right for him!’ he told Entertainment Weekly this month. 

‘This is the way it has to be because he has an irrefutable problem and if it was just like, “They were made for each other, all he needed to find was somebody who kills people too,” that’s not justice. I think it’s reflective of reality because I don’t think people who kill are like, “I just need somebody who can do the same.”‘

Fair point: Penn reminded one viewer that Joe is a murder and should not be someone people would want to date 

Thank you, next: Badgley previously warned against being attracted to his character after receiving thirsty tweets about him online 

 

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