Now, now! How’s your journey up the Emily in Paris ladder? If you’re still climbing the steps, don’t worry because Emily will be back in an all-new fourth season to offer you all about French culture and taste.
We can’t get enough of reading about Emily In Paris, can we? It also seems like our team is as eager as you are. There’s a question burning in the air. ‘When is Emily in Paris Season four coming on Netflix?’. While we’re still grieving from the season 3 finale’s cliffhangers, there’s no indication of when season 4 will premiere. Given the development delays, the next chapter is unlikely to be released until the end of 2023 or the beginning of 2024. But, as you already know, we’ll be looking for further information, so remain tuned for all the latest developments.
When is Emily in Paris Season 4 coming to Netflix?
Following the season two conclusion at the beginning of 2022, Netflix shared a portrait of main lady Lily Collins alongside the news that the streamer has green-lit a further two seasons of Emily in Paris. So, even before season 3, we knew an additional season was on the way.
Considering the production timelines of Emily in Paris Seasons 2 and 3, we anticipate that the new installment will be completed by season 2023. Emily in Paris seasons three and four are reportedly being recorded back-to-back in September 2022, so production might end even sooner. Regardless, the report was eventually revealed to be untrue. That does, however, imply that while Emily in Paris season three was in production, preparation for the following season had already begun.
Fan theories regarding Season 4’s plot
What will Emily in Paris season 4 not be about? Season 3 finished on cliffhangers that left us scratching our heads. Camille and Gabriel plan to marry that night during their engagement party in Champagne, but when waiting at the altar, Cami cancels the wedding since she believes Gabriel still has emotions for Emily. Alfie, mortified by Cami’s disclosure, seems to end his relationship with Emily in the spur of the moment, claiming that he has never felt like “her man.”
The third season of Emily in Paris started out with significant strife enveloping Emily on both personal and professional fronts. Following Savoir’s parent company’s withdrawal of all support for the company’s operations in France, Emily’s boss Madeline (Kate Walsh), chooses to return to Chicago, while Emily makes the courageous choice to stay in Paris, regaining her old job at Sylvie’s new startup.
Emily and her lover Alfie (Lucien Laviscount) were doing well up until Gabriel (Lucas Bravo) and Camille (Camille Razat) entered the scene. The couple’s wedding was not only devastating for them, but it further shook the quiet and placid waters of Emily and Alfie’s relationship, with the latter departing her, one may only presume, permanently. Emily in Paris Season 3 ended on a thrilling cliffhanger, with Gabriel revealing Camille’s pregnancy while professing his current emotions for Emily, who does not hold back in returning her feelings for him.
But hold on! Not only that but Emily and Gabriel practically declare their love for one other in the last minutes of the finale… then Gabriel discloses that Cami is expecting a baby.
Who is cast for Emily in Paris season 4?
Netflix has yet to declare who is returning for season four but considering that the show emphasizes her life in Paris, we may expect Lily Collins to resume her role as our favorite PR girlie, Emily Cooper. We may also anticipate that Mindy (Ashley Park), Sylvie (Philippine Leroy-Beaulieu), Julien (Samuel Arnold), Luc (Bruno Gouery), and Camille (Camille Razat) will be back, as well as Gabriel (Lucas Bravo) and Alfie (Lucien Laviscount), depending on which road her heart chooses.
Where to watch Emily in Paris?
All episodes and seasons of Emily in Paris are exclusively available on Netflix.