‘Emily in Paris’ Has Been Renewed for Seasons 3 and 4: Here’s Everything We Know

Emily in Paris premiered in October 2020 and instantly became a hit. Whether you loved it, hated it, or hated it so much you loved it despite yourself, the visually-pleasing series from Darren Star about a 20-something American who moves to Paris for work has really stuck with people. Season two of Emily in Paris dropped on Netflix in December 2021 and continued to be a massive hit for Netflix as Emily continued her Parisian adventures, got wrapped up in a love triangle, and met a new man in French class. 

In a press statement released in May 2021, Netflix revealed that Emily in Paris had been viewed by 58 million households during its first 28 days on the streaming platform, making it Netflix’s most popular comedy series of 2020. So basically what Netflix is trying to say is: This show is très populaire.

Here’s everything we know from the Emily in Paris seasons three and four so far:

Emily in Paris will return for a third and fourth season. On Monday, January 10, 2021, Netflix announced the comedy series was renewed by the streaming service for not one but two seasons.  

Release date. There are no details just yet, but based on when the first two seasons have premiered on Netflix, you can probably expect the third season to arrive in late 2022, and the fourth season to arrive in late 2023.

What’s next for Emily’s future. Darren Star told Glamour that he’s already been thinking about what’s next for Emily, noting that he has an idea what she will decide after Sylvie made her an offer to work for her and stay in Paris when season three returns. “There’s no right decision here. There’s no one decision that’s going to make everybody happy or that’s even going to make Emily happy,” Star tells us. “She has some tough choices, and she’s put in the middle of a lot of sticky situations at the end of the season.”

We might meet Sylvie’s family. “Absolutely,” Star tells Glamour about meeting more of Sylvie’s loved ones. “It’s something we might hear more about in future seasons. We don’t find out everything about Sylvie all at once. She’s like an onion or an artichoke. There’s a lot of layers to peel.”

It’s also not the end of Alfie and Emily. At the end of season two, Alfie (Lucien Laviscount) revealed that he wanted to go all in with Emily, but she wasn’t really feeling the same way. So what’s the deal moving forward? “This does not mean the end of Alfie,” Star told us. “What’s happened with Emily does not mean the end of Alfie. Sometimes you look at a relationship that you think is the one, and you realize that the one might be someone else. So I don’t believe that…certainly, for me, the door is open for Emily and Alfie.”

TBD on a Kim Cattrall appearance. Fans have been calling for Cattrall to make an appearance on the show ever since it was revealed that her Sex and the City character, Samantha Jones, had relocated to London. We know that Star and former SATC costume designer Patricia Field (and current Emily in Paris co-costume designer) are close to Cattrall, so let’s just say it’s not out of the realm of possibilities. 

Meanwhile, bookmark this page, because we’ll be the first to update this story as more information becomes available. And to read more of our interview with creator Darren Star about the season two finale, click here.  

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