Meet the New Cast Members of ‘You Season 4′: Who Plays Kate in the Series?

The hit Netflix series You Season 4 is almost upon us, with the next episode landing on our screens next month. At least the initial portion of the new season is. Season 4 will be released in two parts, one month apart, on the streaming service.

Joe Goldberg (Penn Badgley) is back, and this time he's beginning a new life in London under the alias Jonathan Moore, a university professor fraternizing with members of the capital city's upper society.

There is an entirely new cast of individuals to contend with, but at least one familiar face will return for the upcoming episodes: Tati Gabrielle's Marianne. Here's everything you need to know about You season 4, from the release date to the latest casting news and a review of where things left off at the end of season 3.

Lukas Gage Plays Adam

In February, Deadline reported that Lukas Gage and Penn will co-star in Season 4. The 26-year-old actor has portrayed Tyler on Euphoria, Derek on Love, Victor, and Dillon on The White Lotus. He is also the actor whose abode was insulted in a viral 2020 audition video by a specific Hollywood director.

 

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Lukas will portray Adam, the son of a wealthy businessman, in the film You. The character description states, “He is famed for spectacularly failing to fulfill the standards of his successful, venerable family.” Adam, an entrepreneur, and gambler is a pleasant and humorous party host and fast friend. Adam, however, is concealing a wealth of secrets and masking his difficulties with hefty self-medication.

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Charlotte Ritchie Plays Kate

Just last week, on March 24, Deadline announced another addition to YouSeason 4's regular cast. Charlotte Ritchie, who portrayed Allison in the BBC One sitcom Ghosts and George in the Netflix comedy-drama Feel Good, will play Kate in the fourth season of You.

According to her character bio, Kate is the “clever, independent, suspicious” director of an art gallery who is “ferociously loyal to her friends” and “a wall to everyone else.” She dislikes Joe immediately, perceiving him to be an American outsider in her privileged British environment, and she “definitely suspects that something about the man is not what it seems.”

Tilly Keeper Plays Lady Phoebe

And on Friday, April 1, Netflix issued a press release announcing three additional series-regular castings, including the addition of Tilly Keeper, best known for her role as Louise on the BBC One serial opera EastEnders, as Lady Phoebe.

 

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Netflix disclosed that Lady Phoebe is “as lovely and kind as she is wealthy, renowned, and disorderly.” Since she was 15 years old, this aristocratic socialite has been a tabloid target, but she reveals her “real colors” with her pals, for whom she is a dependable cheerleader. “She is also a wild card; when tragedy strikes, will she rise to the occasion or shatter?”

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Amy-Leigh Hickman Plays Nadia

The author Amy-Leigh Hickman Coincidentally, this EastEnders alum also co-starred alongside Tilly in the 2021 short film True Colours. And in Season 4 of You, the two former co-stars will once again share the screen, with Amy-Leigh playing Nadia.

 

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According to Netflix, Nadia is a literature major who aspires to literary greatness, presuming she can conceal the skeletons in her closet. “Nadia's outspokenness and intensity are the ideal disguises for the fears of a young woman who has never been accepted by her peer group,” the streaming site added. She has committed grave errors, which now threaten to wreck her life.

Ed Speleers Plays Rhys

Ed Speleers will finally portray Rhys in You Season 4 Ed portrayed Stephen in the Starz historical drama Outlander and Jimmy in the Masterpiece period drama Downton Abbey.

 

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“Dry, irreverent Rhys is an author whose memoir has earned him praise and prompted calls for him to pursue a political career, according to Netflix.

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“Rhys was born into poverty and endured a difficult childhood before acquiring wealth, attending Oxford, and making all the appropriate friends. Now, he navigates any social circle with ease and is able to see through others.”