The Penn Badgley-led series have moved up its premiere date next year.

It's a Thanksgiving miracle! 'You' season four, which has been split into two parts, will now premiere on Netflix on Thursday, February 9, with part two hitting the service one month later on Thursday, March 9.

The spine-chilling thriller series will see Joe out of his comfort zone yet again, surrounded by a new gaggle of potential victims in London town. Given his penchant for stalking and murdering, will this be a modern take on Jack the Ripper? Let's just wait and see if Joe Goldberg is living around Whitechapel before jumping to conclusions...

However, it's not Joe Goldberg we're going to be introduced to this time around. The unhinged character has yet again changed his name and his profession, this time adopting a new moniker of Professor Jonathan Moore. At the end of season three, he had left his son Henry behind and travelled to Paris in search of Marienne (Tati Gabrielle) but she ended up settling down in London, with Joe creepily watching from afar.

Unsurprisingly, Professor Jonathan has found himself hypnotised by another unfortunate woman, an art gallery director named Kate (Charlotte Ritchie), so let's see how this new infatuation turns out.

The new cast of characters (and potential future victims) this season include Nadia (Amy Leigh Hickman), Rhys (Ed Speleers), Phoebe (Tilly Keeper), Adam (Lukas Gage), Simon (Aidan Cheng), Sophie (Niccy Lin), Gemma (Eve Austin), Connie (Dario Coates) and Blessing (Ozioma Whenu).

In other Penn Badgley and 'You' news, the star hosts his own podcast titled 'Podcrushed' alongside Nava Kavelin and Sophie Ansari, and his former 'You' co-star Victoria Pedretti recently made an appearance to chat all about starring opposite each-other as the problematic couple Love and Joe during seasons two and three.

@iampennbadgley This week on @podcrushed #victoriapedretti ♬ original sound - Penn Badgley

Catch 'You' season four on Netflix from February 9.