If Netflix immediately renews a show for multiple seasons, it must be performing very well. This will be the case for Emily in Paris, which will air for two full seasons beginning in 2022. After the release of the third season of the popular romantic comedy series starring Lily Collins in December, fans have been eagerly anticipating the arrival of Emily in Paris Season 4.
There was a lot to take in at the end of Season 3, but we have plenty of time to process everything before Season 4 of Darren Star begins. Here’s all we know about Season 4 so far, including what’s in store for Emily in Paris.
Forecast for the Season 4 Premiere of Emily in Paris
Season 4 has been in production alongside Season 3 but Netflix has not yet announced a release date. Variety reported this in September 2022. Season one debuted in October of 2020, and seasons two and three launched in December 2021 and 2022, respectively. Netflix may follow suit and drop the fourth installment during the holiday season of 2023.
Emily in Paris Season 4 Cast
The third season saw the return of the show’s core cast members, including Lucien Laviscount in his new role as a series regular. If the current cast members return for season four of Emily in Paris, they would be:
- Lily Collins as Emily Cooper
- Philippine Leroy-Beaulieu as Sylvie
- Ashley Park as Mindy Chen
- Lucas Bravo as Gabriel
- Samuel Arnold as Julien
- Bruno Gouery as Luc
- Camille Razat as Camille
- William Abadie as Antoine Lambert
- Lucien Laviscount as Alfie
The new recurring and supporting characters from Season 3 will also be continuing into Season 4. Mindy’s new beau, Nicolas de Léon, is played by Paul Forman, and Camille’s, Sofia, is played by Melia Kreiling.
Kate Walsh is back as Emily’s American boss Madeline Wheeler, while Kevin Dias is back as Benoît. Even though Walsh’s plot was resolved in season 3, she might always return to cause trouble. As soon as season 4 casting news is made public, you can expect us to spread the word!
A Brief Review of Season 3 of “Emily in Paris”
Season 3 opened with an emphasis on Emily’s professional life, which descended into farce when she was laid off. Emily’s supervisor Madeline (Kate Walsh) returned to Chicago after the parent business of Savoir shut down operations in France, but Emily stayed in Paris and found work at Sylvie’s (Philippine Leroy-Beaulieu) new company.
Relationship-wise, although Emily and Alfie (Lucien Laviscount) were doing wonderfully, Gabriel (Lucas Bravo) and Camille (Camille Razat) were having some difficulties in paradise (Camille was having an affair!). But the wedding ceremony goes horribly wrong when Gabriel learns that Emily promised not to date him again out of respect for Camille, despite the fact that she has been dating the chef for a long time.
Gabriel revealed at the season finale that Alfie and Emily’s engagement was faked because Camille is pregnant, which caused a rift in their relationship.
The planned sequel will differ from the original in a few key ways, but otherwise, it will have the same comic action, high-speed chases, and a lot of comedy of mistakes. Will you be tuning in to the season premiere? Please share your thoughts with us by using the comment section below. For the most updated information on this and other upcoming series, please visit our official website at journalization.org.
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