Emily in Paris season 4 remains highly anticipated after a cliffhanger ending left various storylines needing a conclusion. Unlike most Netflix shows whose renewal status is unknown after a new season’s release, Emily in Paris didn’t have such an issue, as the rom-com’s renewal for seasons 3 and 4 was announced concurrently. This was welcome news, especially after Emily in Paris season 3, episode 10, “Charade,” had Camille (Camille Razat) make everyone aware of Emily (Lily Collins) and Gabriel’s (Lucas Bravo) longstanding feelings for each other, a shocking twist.
Emily in Paris season 3 introduced new characters, including some who caused friction in previously secure relationships, such as Emily and Mindy’s (Ashley Park) friendship. By forcing her to abandon her comfort zone and choose between the Gilbert Group or Sylvie’s new marketing agency, season 3 challenged Emily, both work-wise and in her private life. Considering how the Emily in Paris season 3 finale also saw Camille confess to betraying Emily by following her mother’s plan, Emily in Paris season 4 will surely have to tie up many loose ends.
The Latest Emily in Paris Season 4 News
Not only has Netflix renewed Emily in Paris season 4, but the streaming service announced it filmed it at the same time as season 3 in France. The first season hit in October 2020 and the second and third arrived in December 2021 and 2022 respectively. However, since the fourth season was filmed with Emily in Paris season 3, there shouldn’t be a full year wait between the two seasons. Showrunner Darren Star said he doesn’t know how many seasons he could do of the show, but he will just keep creating the world around the characters (via Forbes).
“I think that is because you discover so much by making the series as the world of the characters keeps evolving. With Emily in Paris, I see opportunities for growth.”
Emily in Paris Season 4 Is Confirmed
Netflix announced Emily in Paris’ season 4 renewal at the same time they announced seasons 3 in January 2022, removing the potential worry of season 3 ending with a cliffhanger and the story not being concluded, like what had recently happened with another Netflix property, Warrior Nun, whose cancelation after season 2 raised questions about whether Netflix set up Warrior Nun to fail.
This wasn’t the case with Emily in Paris, however. Instead, the certainty of having both Emily in Paris seasons 3 and 4 to structure Emily’s story made season 3’s bombshell news about Camille’s pregnancy and the surprise reveal of Camille and Emily’s pact in “Charade” more rewarding, leaving audiences entertained without worrying about not knowing how it will end. There is still no confirmed Emily In Paris season 4 release date.
Emily in Paris Season 4 Cast
The Emily in Paris season 3 cast had already made Alfie’s actor Lucien Laviscount return as a series regular while also introducing new characters such as Mindy’s new love interest, Nicolas (Paul Forman), and Camille’s fling, Sofia (Melia Kreiling). Considering the Emily in Paris season 3 finale’s shocking reveals, Lily Collins, Lucas Bravo, and Camille Razat will surely return. Although Alfie and Emily’s relationship was very strained following Camille’s revelation, he and Emily didn’t have a chance to talk it out, making Lucien Laviscount’s return as Alfie highly likely for season 4. Finally, Emily in Paris wouldn’t be the same without Ashley Park as Mindy, making her return all but certain.
Emily in Paris Season 4 Story Details
While it’s unknown where Emily in Paris season 4 is headed after the season 3 cliffhanger. Camille’s reveal forced Emily and Gabriel to talk. This means that, unlike what happened in Emily in Paris season 2, Emily can choose Gabriel now. However, Camille’s pregnancy might change nothing, especially as Gabriel wishes to start a family. Mindy’s Eurovision storyline with the band will probably be explored, along with Emily and Alfie’s relationship, as Alfie’s abrupt exit didn’t leave time for them to talk. Wherever Emily in Paris season 4’s story will bring its characters, it will surely be spectacularly full of drama.