Lifetime’s ‘You’ PaleyFest Interviews with Penn Badgley, John Stamos & More

PaleyFest Fall TV Previews featured a premiere event for Lifetime’s upcoming show “You.” We attended the red carpet for the event where we interviewed Penn Badgley, John Stamos, Elizabeth Lail, Author Caroline Kepnes, and Creator/ Executive Producer Sera Gamble. Watch our exclusive interviews below!

First episode date: September 9, 2018
Network: Lifetime

What would you do for love? For a brilliant male bookstore manager who crosses paths with an aspiring female writer, this question is put to the test. A charming yet awkward crush becomes something even more sinister when the writer becomes the manager’s obsession. Using social media and the internet, he uses every tool at his disposal to become close to her, even going so far as to remove any obstacle –including people — that stands in his way of getting to her.


Our exclusive interviews

Penn Badgley:


John Stamos:


Elizabeth Lail:


Creator/ Executive Producer Sera Gamble:


Author Caroline Kepnes:



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