Emily In Paris fans will be able to savor more of the series as Netflix has confirmed that two more seasons are underway.
With two more episodes after season two’s cliffhanger, the titular, wide-eyed marketing exec, performed by Lily Collins, will return for some fresh new experiences in France.
“Say bonjour to 3 & 4! EMILY IN PARIS is officially returning for two more seasons,” Netflix announced in a tweet sent out today (January 10), along with emojis of a croissant and a French flag for good measure.
Collins’ Emily was last seen at the close of the second season, as she prepared to make a tough decision.
After a cultural conflict between her American mentor Madeleine Wheeler (Kate Walsh) and her French boss Sylvie Greto (Filipino Leroy Beaulieu), Emily faces At a fork in the road, she must choose whether to continue working for the American company or joining Sylvie’s new company – and thus extending her stay in la Ville-Lumière indefinitely.
It seems that chef Gabriel (Lucas Bravo) may just be unintentionally helping Emily decide what to do. When the protagonist is ready to confess her love for him, Gabriel reveals that he and Camille (Camille Razat) have mended and cohabited.
Emily has a lot to sort out, and two additional seasons will give her plenty of time to think about her options.
Will she stay with her London boyfriend Alfie (Lucien Laviscount) despite her feelings for Gabriel? Will she abandon Madeline and go to work with Sylvie and her coworkers at their new firm? Soon enough, we’ll find out!
Netflix hasn’t said when Emily will return to Paris, but fans should keep a watch out for updates from the French city.