After receiving huge success for the first two seasons ofthe hit serial killer stalker dramaYOU, the makers are all set to bring another suspense series based on the same author Caroline Kepnes’ book.
Showrunner Sera Gamble has announced that she has been reuniting with YOU writer Neil Reynolds to pen a new series based.
Caroline published the first YOU novel in 2014. The new series will be titled Providence, the same as the book. The upcoming serial has been produced by the Peacock streaming service.
AsEntertainment Weekly reported, the book, titled Providence, is a story of a 12-year-old Jon Bronson who mysteriously vanishes along with five other children in his class. Some 10 years later, he reappears as a grown man with no recollection of his childhood. But his school crush Chloe Sayers never loses hope that Bronson was out there somewhere. As Jon reappears, he attempts to reconnect with Chloe.
Gamble and Reynolds will also serve as executive producers on Providence, which is set up through Berlanti Productions and Warner Bros. Television.
Fans have been excited about the news as they will get to watch something suspenseful. However, season three of You has also begun filming from November last year.