Emily in Paris Season 4 Release Date: Near the end of Season 3, everything was back on track for Emily Cooper (Lily Collins) until that shocking ending. Fans can’t wait to see what happens to the main character now that she is single and back at work with her favorite Parisian team led by Sylvie (Philippine Leroy-Beaulieu). Netflix renewed the show for Season 4 before Season 3 came out, so fans will get to see more of the character’s bold dress choices and her adventures in Paris and another European city. Even though we still don’t know a lot about the next season of Emily in Paris, here’s what we do know so far.
Emily in Paris Season 4 Release Date
As of now, neither Netflix nor the cast have made any public announcements about when the show will come out. The show’s previous seasons came out around Christmas, so it’s likely that the show will return by the end of this year. Only time will tell if the WGA Strike will make it impossible for the Netflix original to come out in 2023.
What is the Plot of Emily in Paris Season 4?
Season 4 will keep up with Emily’s life in Paris as she juggles her work and relationships. Lily Collins said in the video above that a lot of questions will be answered, but that the drama won’t be over. She hinted that Emily’s life will take an “unexpected turn” with a trip to Rome and a choice.
“Emily is going to have to decide if everything she’s ever wanted is really what she needs,” she said. Last season, there were some big surprises after Camille left Gabriel at the altar, even though she was meant to be pregnant with his child. The show’s author, Darren Starr, told Entertainment Tonight that the pregnancy won’t end soon and will be a big part of the story:
“It’s clear from Season 3 that it’s Gabriel’s big dream. He wants to be a dad, and I think he was and still is excited about the idea. However, our show doesn’t move that fast. One season only lasts a few months… We’ve had three seasons and maybe six months have gone by, so I don’t think we’ll actually see a baby in season 4. But I think we’ll have to deal with the idea of having a baby.”
Alfie left Emily when he realized he liked Gabriel, but it turns out he’s not gone for good. Starr said, “Season 4 will be more about figuring out complicated relationships, both emotional and professional, and how they come into conflict with each other… Alfie, Gabriel, and Camille will still be working with Emily. There are a lot of feelings at stake in these work ties.
Emily in Paris Season 4 Cast
Even though only Lily Collins has been announced as a cast member, it’s safe to say that the main cast will be as follows:
- Lily Collins as Emily
- Ashley Park as Mindy
- Lucas Bravo as Gabriel
- Camille Razat as Camille
- Philippine Leroy-Beaulieu as Sylvie
- Samuel Arnold as Julien
- Bruno Gouery as Luc
- Lucien Laviscount as Alfie
Kate Walsh, who plays Madeline and came back to Chicago in Season 3, is one character whose fate on the show is still unknown. But she could come back every so often.
Is There Any Trailer for Emily in Paris Season 4?
No, Emily in Paris does not have a preview for the new season. But Netflix has just posted a teaser video, which you can watch below:
The movie was shown at Netflix’s Tudum event, where star Lily Collins gave hints about what the next season will be like. This means answering questions like, “Is Alfie still sad? Gabriel wants a Michelin star. Will he get it? Will Mindy and her band go to Eurovision? Will Sylvie’s love last this time?
The video also hinted that Emily would be going on a “Roman Holiday” in Season 4. This is interesting because Collins looks a lot like Audrey Hepburn, who played Emily in the movie Roman Holiday. The show hasn’t been afraid to play up this likeness with its fashion choices in the past.
Netflix has renewed Emily in Paris Season 4 before Season 3, focusing on the character’s life in Paris and her adventures with her Parisian team. The show will continue with Emily’s work and relationships, with an unexpected turn in Rome and a choice between her desires and her needs. The main cast includes Lily Collins as Emily, Ashley Park as Mindy, Lucas Bravo as Gabriel, Camille Razat as Camille, and Philippe Leroy-Beaulieu as Sylvie. The show’s author, Darren Starr, has hinted at a “Roman Holiday” for Emily, a reference to Audrey Hepburn’s character.