By mentioning Joe Goldberg from the hit series You, Netflix aided lonely singles in seeing the brighter side of not having a significant other on Valentine's Day.
The main purpose of You, which launched on the streaming service in 2019 despite previously airing on Lifetime, is to follow Joe Goldberg as he attempts to take on a more prominent — if extremely dangerous — role in a woman's life, even if it means stalking her, and/or being involved in the deaths of others around her.
While posing for a picture of a billboard on February 13, the person who controls Netflix's official Twitter account informed followers that they shouldn't be disheartened because they're single on the holiday of love, but rather grateful that they don't have a Valentine like Joe Goldberg.
If at any time this week you feel sad that you're single, think about it like this: It might be worse, Joe Goldberg might be your Valentine.” Shortly after Netflix's tweet, the official Twitter account for the series You replied, "Single life is improving and better."
The fourth season of You, which premiered on Netflix last week, has been breaking records. As previously reported, You has climbed to the top spot in 59 countries and is also in Netflix's top 10 in 89 countries.
You are now streaming on Netflix.