Emily in Paris Season 4 Is Happening—Here’s What to Know

This story incorporates major spoilers for Emily in Paris season 3.

Whether you’ve just began your Emily in Paris season 3 binge, or already finished it completely, you’re probably already wondering: Will there be one other season? And to that, the reply is a convincing oui. Netflix actually renewed the comedy for a 3rd and fourth season at the identical time, which was announced at the highest of 2022. It just shows how much faith the streamer has within the series, which stars Lily Collins as a high fashion-wearing, selfie-taking marketing wiz from Chicago who moves to Paris for the subsequent chapter of her profession—and her life.

After season 3 brought us recent love interests, a marriage, a couple of breakups, and even a surprise pregnancy announcement, here’s what we are able to expect from season 4.

When will season 4 come out?

Netflix has not yet announced a release date, however the show reportedly filmed parts of season 4 while season 3 was in production, per Variety, so the wait may not be so long. Still, the season doesn’t appear to be finished quite yet; as Lily Collins told ELLE.com that she and Lucas Bravo needed to be careful about filming the ultimate scene of season 3 “because we don’t know the way [season] 4 starts.”

Who shall be within the solid?

We’re in fact expecting Collins to return as Emily, together with Ashley Park as Mindy, Lucas Bravo as Gabriel, Camille Razat as Camille, Philippine Leroy-Beaulieu as Sylvie, Bruno Gouery as Luc, William Abadie as Antoine. We’re also hoping to see more of Samuel Arnold as Julien, Lucien Laviscount as Alfie, and Kate Walsh as Madeline, though the best way events transpired in season 3 makes it unclear whether or not they’ll return.


What’s going to season 4 be about?

While Netflix hasn’t shared any official details, we already know there’s so far more to explore after the season 3 finale.

Gabriel and Camille resolve to get married at their engagement party, but then Camille realizes she will’t marry him because she knows he and Emily are still in love with one another. (Gabriel also doesn’t know Camille has been hooking up along with her friend Sofia!) The announcement sends Alfie right into a shock and he breaks up with Emily too. When Gabriel and Emily finally confess their feelings for one another one-on-one, he also reveals that Camille is pregnant. Will Gabriel attempt to win Camille back and help her along with her pregnancy in season 4? Or will he and Emily finally give their relationship a go, for real? We also hope that wasn’t the last we’ll see of Alfie.

Meanwhile, Emily’s can-do American work ethic has pushed the efforts of her co-worker Julien to the sidelines. When she oversteps his pitch meeting with a client, that’s the last straw for him. He later sends an email saying he’s considering taking a suggestion elsewhere. Sylvie’s Agence Grateau has just launched, but is Julien leaving already? And if he does exit the corporate, we hope he doesn’t leave the show altogether. “I’d like to see, you already know, Julien going for the win, professionally speaking, irrespective of what decision he makes,” Samuel Arnold tells ELLE.com.

And while season 4 could highlight Julien’s skilled profession, Arnold hopes it could actually get more personal too. “And irrespective of where he goes, I’d love for him to make it big and likewise why not dive a bit more inside his personal life, meeting probably his family, his parents, his friends, his night out, what he’s doing on his free time, you already know what I mean?” he adds. “That will be nice to see.”

Bruno Gouery would love the identical for Luc. “We will see Luc at work each time, but in that season, at the top, we discover something of his private life. And I believe in season 4, I hope we are able to find more deeply where he lives, with who, what his family [is like]—something like that. We will discover so many things about Luc.”

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Sylvie ends the season on good terms along with her husband Laurent—so good, even, that they resolve to team as much as launch the subsequent branch of his Laurent G nightclub in Paris. They’re just waiting on the approval of 1 last investor: Louis de Léon, owner of the luxurious house JVMA, whom Sylvie has a prickly history with. Though we don’t know exactly what happened, she alludes to it in episode 8. “I remember you once I was just an assistant too. I remember every thing,” she told Louis during a gathering. “And I definitely hope you’ve modified.” It looks like Sylvie could have to reopen old wounds in season 4.

Louis aside, Philippine Leroy-Beaulieu hopes that Kate Walsh returns as Madeline, so she and Sylvie can rekindle, or perhaps flip, their onscreen rivalry. “I hope she’ll come back and we’ll have more confrontation and hopefully, as we were saying, perhaps we could team up,” she tells ELLE.com. “And have one other nemesis! Herald one other enemy, you already know.”

Walsh seconds the concept. “That will be fun,” she responds. “I’d like to see Madeline fired from Gilbert Group having to beg for a job. [Laughs.] That will be great.”

It also seems that Mindy shall be going to Eurovision! Her ex, Benoît, tells her that their song has been chosen for the international competition, so we could have some big performances to sit up for next season.

“I believe my biggest hope is that if we do do a Eurovision [storyline], is that we get to do one other original song,” Park says. “I believe that will be really, really cool. Freddy Wexler wrote ‘Mon Soleil’ last season, and that was really special. So I feel like that will be a fun opportunity for that.”

William Abadie would love for Antoine to share more scenes with Laviscount’s Alfie, his recent CFO. “I hope they keep working together they usually keep butting heads they usually keep finding solutions; I like our dynamics,” he says. “I hope this continues within the upcoming seasons, hopefully. And you already know, for my character to be faced with much more complications within the work field, within the romantic field, in Paris and elsewhere.”

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Will Camille give birth in season 4?

Perhaps not yet. Show creator Darren Star tells ELLE.com that the three seasons of Emily in Paris to date have only covered six months. “So I don’t think this baby’s coming necessarily in season 4,” he says. (To assist provide you with a way of the potential timeline, Emily’s boss Madeline was to start with of her pregnancy initially of the series, after which gave birth in season 3.) Star adds, “Who knows, but…there’s still a little bit time before we’ve got to fret a couple of baby.”

Is Alfie coming back?

Laviscount hopes so, but he’ll leave the choice to the powers that be. He says his “dream” is “to maintain this gravy train going and simply to form of really form of live on this world a little bit bit longer.” He adds, “The writers on the show and the creators behind it and everybody that comes into contact with it’s so amazing and improbable. Their minds [have] way, way, way, way surpassed mine. So, yeah. I’ll allow them to do their thing.”

He also wouldn’t be against seeing more of Alfie’s life with a little bit tour to London, a “little cheeky weekend away.” He adds, “And it’d be cool to see a little bit little bit of where Alfie’s from, I suppose. We saw a little bit taste of Chicago here and there, however it’d be nice to see where Alfie’s from, to see where he’s going, to see what he’s come from, and to see what made Alfie and who made Alfie.”

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Will season 4 be the last season?

Star isn’t counting on it. He tells ELLE.com that “there’s quite a bit more story to inform here and we’re not wrapping things up anytime soon.” That features season 4. “And in addition hopefully season 4 isn’t the top either,” he adds. “I feel like we’re all creatively feeling like we’re in the course of something not heading towards the top.

Where will season 4 be filmed?

We’ve yet to search out out, but Park jokes to ELLE.com, “Emily in space!” (Hey, we wouldn’t rule it out.) Abadie also supports the concept of taking “little trips here and there” outside of Paris, just like the episode filmed in Provence in season 3. “I mean, it’s a never-ending source of fun that we’ve got at our doorsteps.”

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Erica Gonzales is the Senior Culture Editor at ELLE.com, where she oversees coverage on TV, movies, music, books, and more. She was previously an editor at HarpersBAZAAR.com. There may be a 75 percent probability she’s listening to Lorde at once. 

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