Spoilers ahead for season 2 of Emily in Paris.
The Netflix series maligned by critics but loved by the public Emily in Paris He’s back for Season 2, and with him comes a wild wardrobe, a stormy love triangle, and, wow, some real conversations in French? Yes, you read that right: Emily Cooper (Lily Collins) is finally trying to conquer the language after settling in Paris from her native Chicago, though if the events of season 2 are any indication, she has a long way to go before she can be called herself. a true Francophile.
Still she must be doing something just during his many mishaps in the City of Light. By the time the finale comes, she has to make an important decision: will she stay in Paris forever with the man she’s in love with: Chef Gabriel, the ex of her friend Camille’s? Or will she start a long-distance relationship with Alfie, the businessman she met in French classes? To top it off, a new job offer from Sylvie, her former boss at the marketing company Savoir, and a possible promotion in the States, and Emily has a batch to take into account before the next season. The finale ends with a killer cliffhanger: “Hey Sylvie, it’s me. I’ve made my decision,” Emily tells her former boss a few seconds before the credits roll. Way to make us wait, Darren Star.
As we wonder if Emily will rekindle her romance with Gabriel, or turn to a newer and decidedly more British boyfriend, it’s worth wondering what happens after the rough waters settle. Will Emily return to Chicago next season? We have reason to hope not, at least not yet. This is what we know about Emily in Paris season 3, and also what the cast and crew have hinted at for what’s to come.
Will there be a season 3 of Emily in Paris?
As of January 10, Netflix has officially renewed their hit drama for seasons 3 and 4. This comes as no surprise: prior to the announcement, several cast and crew members had talked about filming another season, if not several more.
“I hope viewers find more of themselves in different characters and feel seen and represented on the show,” Collins said. Glamor in their December 2021 cover story. “And I hope we get a third season, because I really hope we can come back and do this again.”
And in an interview with ELLE.com, Emily in Paris costume designer Marylin Fitoussi revealed that she already has season 3 wardrobe ideas. “My dream for season 3 would be to recycle costumes [from] season 1,” he said. “I don’t know if we can do that, but I dream of taking some of Lily’s most iconic outfits to the recycling shop and seeing what they can make, cut and fabricate.”
The show’s creator, Darren Star, seemed to think there’s a lot more material to come. “Once we get season 3, I’ll start thinking [about ideas],” he said People December 23th.
When will season 3 premiere?
Mark your calendars for December 21, 2022. Collins announced the news during Tudum while introducing a first look at the new season. “This is the hardest decision I’ve ever had to make,” Emily says in the clip, referring to having to choose between Alfie and Gabriel. In fact, the decision is so difficult that she starts cutting her bangs in the bathroom, the universal sign of a woman in distress! However, Emily insists that she is fine. “Sometimes people cut their bangs and it’s all good!” she tells Gabriel.
Netflix previously confirmed that production would begin in the summer of 2022. In April, actor William Abadie stated that it would begin in June in an interview with us weekly.
“We’re completely in pre-production and I think we’re supposed to go to Paris in early June, so I’m anticipating a little bit of that soon,” Abadie said at the York Academy of Arts’ Tribeca Ball on Wednesday, April 20. “I also anticipate, with the arrival of Alfie and London, maybe we will spend a little time there.”
He added: “Nothing has been [made] official, so don’t take my word for it, but I think it could happen that we end up in London for a minute.
Who is in the cast?
Aside from Collins, expect to see more from Philippine Leroy-Beaulieu (Sylvie Grateau), Lucas Bravo (Gabriel), Ashley Park (Mindy), Camille Razat (Camille), Samuel Arnold (Luc), Bruno Gouery (Julien), William Abadie ( Antoine Lambert) and Lucien Laviscount (Alfie).
Will Emily accept Sylvie’s job offer? Will she stay in Paris?
Turns out Collins has no idea. “I’m dying to know what that decision is, because I don’t know,” Collins said. ELLE in an interview on December 23.
She revealed that Star hasn’t even told her if Emily will take the job with Sylvie, go back to her old boss, Madeline, in the States, or travel back and forth to London with Alfie. “No, no, no, like, genuinely, I’m just as confused as Emily was,” she said. Even the direction of the cliffhanger scene confused her: “They’re like, ‘Okay. And then you’ve made your choice and you’re just going to say it,’ and I’m like, ‘Okay, but what is it?'”
For her part, Star is comfortable sitting in what she knows. “I have a very strong idea [of what Emily chooses]and I think the point is that there is no right choice,” he said. ELLE. “There is no other option that makes everything better and pleases everyone. And I think Emily is also… a little bit of a people pleaser, and she’s going to make a decision that’s going to make some people unhappy. And she will have to deal with that next season as well.”
Who will Emily end up with?
At the end of season 2, we see Emily confronting her feelings for Gabriel after a promising hookup with the Englishman Alfie, played by the very handsome Lucien Laviscount. Unfortunately, it’s too late to reconcile, at least this season. In an interview with TV lineShowrunner Darren Star explains that season 3 will definitely see Emily dealing with the fallout from her romantic confession.
“She has very strong feelings for Gabriel,” Star said. “That’s a question she’s going to have to face: how can she handle her relationship issues with her work issues, which, by the end of season two, are hanging in the balance.” a thread”.
But what about Lavisconde? Star says: “I love Alfie, personally. I wouldn’t write Alfie off, and I don’t think Emily should either. London is not far from Paris.
No answers, but a very promising new love triangle to keep us hooked. However, we can expect more Alfie in season 3; Netflix confirmed on April 10 that Laviscount will return as a series regular in the next chapter.
Are there already trailers?
Aside from Tudum’s sneak peek, not yet, but Netflix has shared a slew of photos showing off the new season and Emily’s big, bold wardrobe.
This post will be updated.
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