This post contains major spoilers for You season two. Don’t say I didn’t warn you.
So, season two of You just dropped on Netflix and you’ve already binged all 10 new episodes, haven’t you? Don’t worry, it might be a while before you can catch up with Joe Goldberg (Penn Badgley), Love Quinn (Victoria Pedretti), and their baby, but here are seven shows—and one movie—jam-packed with enough love and/or murder to hold you over until season three introduces Joe’s new suburban target.
If you never would have guessed the Love twist, but are absolutely here for it:
Killing Eve (2018—)
Think Love (Pedretti) and Joe (Penn Badgley) are TV’s most unhinged murderers obsessed with people who don’t love them back? Allow me to introduce you to Villanelle (Jodie Comer), a deadly assassin who kills for a shit ton of money, but mostly just the thrill of it. In BBC America’s Killing Eve, Villanelle sets her sights on Eve Polastri (Sandra Oh), the genius security operative tasked with taking her down. When Villanelle starts hunting back, her obsession with Eve warps into something more complicated than murder. Come for the Emmy award-winning performance by Comer (and the equally perfect Oh), stay for Villanelle’s wild assassination techniques and her wardrobe that’s somehow even more killer. Watch on Hulu.
If you’re all about Victoria Pedretti:
Haunting of Hill House (2018—)
It’s kind of hard to believe that Pedretti is a Hollywood newcomer with only five IMDB credits to her name—including her recent turn as a Charles Manson cult member in Leo DiCaprio’s Once Upon a Time in Hollywood. Lucky for you, it seems like someone at Netflix is a fan, considering she also stars in their hit series, The Haunting of Hill House. You know, the one Glamour once referred to as "This Is Us with ghosts." No worries if you’ve already seen it, Pedretti will return in part two of The Haunting anthology, The Haunting of Bly Manor. Watch on Netflix.
If you miss Peach...and still want justice:
While the new Hulu series is mostly focussed on a quirky LA woman attempting to rebuild her female friendships post-breakup, Shay Mitchell gets another chance to play a vapid socialite you can’t help but root for in Dollface. Only this time, she isn’t stalked and murdered for being hung up on her best friend (unless the series decides to take a very drastic turn). Watch on Hulu.
If you need to remember Penn Badgley won’t murder you:
Easy A (2010)
Want a Badgley rom-com without the stalking and bludgeoning? Try Easy A, also starring Emma Stone. When Olive (Stone) lies about losing her virginity to some college boy, her nonexistent reputation gets trashed pretty much overnight. The only person in school who doesn’t turn on Olive is her childhood crush, Todd (Badgley). Badgley’s character is also—and I cannot stress the importance of this enough—known as “Woodchuck Todd” for a delightful reason. Yes, Gossip Girl could have worked for this one, but I’m not entirely convinced Lonely Boy hasn’t killed anyone. Watch on Netflix.
If you’re still pissed You killed off Delilah:
Veronica Mars (2004–)
You season two has Delilah Alves (Carmela Zumbado), the fearless Hollywood reporter who devotes her career to knocking down problematic men whenever she can while working to take down the comedian who sexually assaulted her at 17 years old. Veronica Mars has Veronica Mars (Kristin Bell), the sarcastic private detective who will stop at nothing to find her best friend’s killer and solve her own rape, despite how unpopular both investigations make her at school. Warning: If Delilah’s unexpected death punched you right in the chest, you may want to skip Hulu’s 2019 revival of Veronica Mars, which made a lot of fans angry for...reasons. (NO SPOILERS). Watch on Hulu.
If you didn’t get that Jared Padalecki joke:
When Joe runs into Delilah at a party, she mentions she was looking into a story about Jared Padalecki, but he was “laying low.” If that name stood out to you, it’s because Jared Padalecki is the very real actor who has been playing the demon hunter Sam Winchester on the CW’s Supernatural for the past 15 years (though you may know him as Dean in Gilmore Girls). So? You’s co-creator Sera Gamble worked as a writer and producer on the network’s longest-running series from 2005-2012, even taking over as showrunner for seasons six and seven. Gotta love an easter egg. Supernatural is currently in its final season, but with 315 episodes aired so far, you might not finish until Netflix is ready to launch You season five. Watch on Netflix.
If you’re looking for a girl version of Joe:
Before you say anything, Love doesn’t count because You isn’t her story, it’s Joe’s. Revenge, however, follows Emily Thorne (Emily VanCamp), a very troubled young woman hell-bent on enacting—well—revenge on the rich family that ruined her father’s life. With the complete series available on Hulu, this juicy Hamptons melodrama gets even more outrageous than the second season of You, and the east coast Graysons will give you some intense Quinn family déjà vu. Bonus: If you’re a Gossip Girl fan, you will definitely notice a former costar of Badgley’s in a very prominent role. Watch on Hulu.
If you’re honestly just really into serial killer stuff (no judgment):
Dexter Morgan walked so that Joe Goldberg could...stumble around peeing in jars, yet somehow not get caught? Sure, Joe supposedly learned all about book dungeons from his abusive mentor, but there’s no way he didn’t take at least a couple of lessons from the iconic serial killer played by Michael C. Hall. He even talks to Love the same way Dex spoke to his “dark passenger.” Hopefully, 96 episodes of the critically acclaimed HBO series is enough to last you until your new favorite murder couple returns. Just pretend the series finale didn’t happen, OK? Watch on Netflix.
Emily Tannenbaum is a writer based in New York.
Originally Appeared on Glamour