emily in paris season 4 release date and where to watch
Emily in Paris, the beloved Netflix series, made its highly anticipated return for a third season in December 2022. Fans followed the adventures of Emily Cooper, the American marketing exec played by Lily Collins, as she navigated the complexities of work and romance in the fashion-forward city. The season finale left viewers reeling with its dramatic cliffhangers, but fear not, as the show will be back for a fourth season filled with more escapism and fabulous fashion. Here's what we know so far about season four.
emily in paris season 4 release date
Interestingly, Netflix actually renewed Emily in Paris for both seasons three and four nearly two years ago, in January 2022. The news was announced by the streamer and Lily Collins herself shortly after the release of season two. Both seasons were filmed consecutively in France during 2022, which raises the possibility of an earlier release date compared to the show's traditional holiday season drop. If we go by past patterns, the latest we can expect the new season is right before Christmas 2023.
During Netflix's June 2023 Tudum event, Lily Collins provided a tantalizing glimpse into what season four has in store. She acknowledged the unanswered questions from the dramatic season three finale, mentioning Alfie's heartbreak, Gabriel's quest for a Michelin star, Mindy and the band's Eurovision aspirations, the longevity of Sylvie's rekindled love, and the burning question on everyone's minds: Will Emily and Gabriel finally get together?
Collins also teased that the drama would escalate further, with Emily's life taking unexpected turns. She hinted at a Roman holiday and the difficult choices Emily will face as an expat. The upcoming season will explore whether everything Emily ever wanted is truly what she needs.
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While Netflix has yet to confirm the full cast for season four, it's highly likely that most of the main actors will return. This includes Lily Collins, Ashley Park (Mindy), Lucas Bravo (Gabriel), Camille Razat (Camille), Philippine Leroy-Beaulieu (Sylvie), Samuel Arnold (Julien), and Bruno Gouery (Luc). Lucien Laviscount's Alfie, who parted ways with Emily due to her feelings for Gabriel, is expected to play a role as Emily grapples with her lingering emotions while working alongside him.
Kate Walsh, who portrayed Emily's boss Madeline, is unlikely to appear for the entire fourth season as her character decided to shut down the Paris branch and return to Chicago. However, there is always a possibility of a guest appearance or cameo.
The Emily-Gabriel-Camille love triangle will face a new challenge with the revelation of Camille's pregnancy. Season four will need to address the aftermath of the finale's intense cliffhangers, including the breakup between Gabriel and Camille at the altar, Emily and Alfie's subsequent split, and the news of Camille's pregnancy. Series creator Darren Star shared in an interview that the pregnancy would complicate matters for Gabriel and Emily's budding relationship. However, he suggested that the show's timeline may not progress quickly enough to see the baby arrive in season four, although the prospect of the baby will undoubtedly play a significant role in the storyline.