twisted "love story" between Beck and Joe ended in the most chilling way possible in the season 1 finale. But with Beck, erm, out of the picture, the show has room to introduce new faces. And with Joe moving to Los Angeles — as he does in Kepnes' sequel Hidden Bodies — there's bound to be more people to meet.
Early reports have already revealed who will appear in the second season of this stalker drama. Who will Joe date? Who will he
hunt? Click through to read about the next people to walk into Joe's clutches when season 2 drops on Netflix. This post will be updated as more information becomes available. Danny Vasquez as Fincher
plays Fincher, a cop
who "fights a deep sense of burnout by exuding a certain dry, blue-collar charm," per Deadline. Vasquez previously appeared in Marvel's
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Chris D'Elia as Henderson Undateable
actor D'Elia won't have to stretch too far for his new role on
: According to
, the comedian will play Henderson, a comic who has a "hard-life-lessons man-of-the-people" thing going on. Joe's not a fan in
, but maybe D'Elia's TV character will stick around and surprise us.
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Marielle Scott as Lucy
actress will play an "edgy-chic literary agent." Hmm...is Joe writing a book?
Carmela Zumbado as Delilah
, Zumbado will play Delilah Alves, an investigative journalist who becomes intrigued by Joe. In
, Delilah is a gossip reporter who lives in Joe's apartment building.
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Robin Lord Taylor as Will
star is set to portray Will, described as "a thoughtful, personable, and highly intelligent guy who marches to the beat of his own drummer." Unfortunately for Will, he gets caught up in a "bad situation" — which, hopefully, does not involve a book dungeon.
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Adwin Brown as Calvin
alum Adwin Brown will play new character Calvin when the new season hits Netflix.
, Calvin works at a bookstore in the Los Angeles neighborhood of Franklin Village. In season 2 of
Calvin is the manager of a high-end grocery store
— likely the one where Love works. According to Deadline, he is a "true West Coaster" who has to put up with "some unconventional bosses."
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Victoria Pedretti as Love Quinn
, Love is an aspiring actress from an extremely wealthy family. According to
The Haunting of Hill House
's Pedretti will play a different version of her. Billed as the female lead of the second season, Love is a "an aspiring chef working as a produce manager in a high-end grocery store." Deadline also reports that she has suffered a deep loss which connects her to Joe. (In Kepnes'
, Love's husband has died.)
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John Stamos as Dr. Nicky
This one is a firm "maybe," but Dr. Nicky — the therapist who had an affair with Beck and whom Joe planted evidence of her murder on — could possibly return for season 2.
According to creator Sera Gamble's interview with
The Hollywood Reporter
"It's too soon to say definitely whether John Stamos will return in season two but we have been talking a lot about the character and we're excited to keep telling that story."
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James Scully as Forty Quinn
In "perfect casting" news,
reports that former
star will portray Forty Quinn, the brother of Love. He's described as "confident, opinionated and privileged" who alternates between a "charming buddy" and a "razor-sharp bully." (Yep, getting the guy who played psychopath J.D. was the right call!)
, Forty is a true Hollywood type who gets in the way of Joe's romance with Love. You'll have to read the book to find out how things end for the lit version of the character.
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Jenna Ortega as Ellie Per TVLine, the Jane the Virgin alum will play a teen secretly living without much supervision — one who isn't afraid to pull a con in order to get what she wants. Will she be Joe's protege, a la Paco (Luca Padovan), or a thorn in his side? It's unclear what's worse at this point.
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Melanie Field as Sunrise
alum is heading to
, Field — who played HBIC Heather Chandler on the Paramount Network reboot — will portray a Venice Beach mommy blogger.
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Magda Apanowicz as Sandy According to Deadline, the Continuum star will play a woman from Joe's past who has been "beaten up by life." Hmm...intriguing. Could she be Joe's foster sister?