'Emily In Paris' Season Three: Everything You Need To Know About The Series

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Photo credit: STÉPHANIE BRANCHU/NETFLIX - Netflix
Photo credit: STÉPHANIE BRANCHU/NETFLIX - Netflix

Emily In Paris season two has only just hit our screens and we’re already wondering whether a third season is on the horizon.

Fashion lovers and Lily Collins fans alike were enthralled by the first season, which saw the actor's character Emily begin a new life in Paris and find herself caught up in an intricate web of romantic affairs and office politics in the City of Love.

Ahead of the new season, which is now available to watch on Netflix, we waited with bated breath to find out what the future holds for the series' characters, and what looks Collins' character will serve us in locations such as Paris and St Tropez.

After all, this is a character (aged 22, we might add) who has the eyebrow-raising yet impressive fashion budget to splurge on items such as a Ronny Kobo miniskirt and a Chanel blazer.

'Emily makes money, but I also think we got to play around with clothes in a way that you just have to believe it’s fashion and a show and it’s fun,' ELLE UK's December and January cover star Collins recently told us.

While we bingewatch Emily in Paris season two avec plaisir today, here's everything you need to know about a possible third season:

Will there be an Emily In Paris season three?

Well, we’re not quite sure yet but it looks highly likely.

Netflix is yet to officially comment on whether a third season is in store for Emily and co., but given how popular the series is with fans, we wouldn’t be surprised if it’s already in talks.

Photo credit: CAROLE BETHUEL/NETFLIX - Netflix
Photo credit: CAROLE BETHUEL/NETFLIX - Netflix

According to Netflix, Emily In Paris became the streaming platform’s most popular comedy series of 2020, with a reported 58 million households watching Emily navigate Savoir, her romances and deliver us some Sex and the City-worthy looks.

Weeks after season two aired in 2020, Netflix confirmed that the series had been renewed, so we'll watching the platform's Twitter account like a hawk over the next couple of months to see whether a third season has been given the green light.

What have the cast said about a possible Emily in Paris season three?

After the cast and crew wrapped on season two earlier this summer Collins hinted that a third season might be on the cards.

Sharing a photo of herself and her husband Charlie McDowell in Paris, she captioned the post:

Au revoir, Paris! I feel so lucky to have spent these last few months in this beautiful city. I’m leaving here filled with so many amazing memories, special moments with my family, endless appreciation to our incredible dedicated and talented crew, and another season officially wrapped! Very excited to share it with you all soon. We’re heading home, but keeping a little piece of us here until the next time…

See, she said ‘until next time’.

Collins previously told Glamour that she would love to make a third season of the hit show.

‘I really hope people laugh and smile and get to have the same feelings of escapism and fun that they did the first season,’ she said.

Photo credit: CAROLE BETHUEL/NETFLIX - Netflix
Photo credit: CAROLE BETHUEL/NETFLIX - Netflix

‘I hope viewers find more of themselves in different characters, and feel seen and represented in the show. And I hope that we get a season three, because I really hope we get to come back and do this again.[sic]’

What happened at the end of Emily in Paris season one?

If you’re yet to watch the second season (especially given the fact it only dropped on Netflix on December 22), here’s a quick recap of the first season:

Emily in Paris delves into the story of Emily – a Chicago native who moves to Paris to work in the PR agency Savoir. During the first season we see her slowly but surely adapt to her new life in Paris, from learning French to the intricacies of navigating a new culture.

At first, she comes to blows with her boss Sylvie (Philippine Leroy-Beaulieu), and struggles to find her way in Savoir, but by the end of season one it appears she gets on her manager’s good side.

Photo credit: CAROLE BETHUEL/NETFLIX - Netflix
Photo credit: CAROLE BETHUEL/NETFLIX - Netflix

When it comes to her romances, things are slightly more compliacted as she falls head over heels for her neighbour Gabriel (Lucas Bravo), but backs off pursuing a relationship with him as her new friend Camille (Camille Razat) is his girlfriend. That said, the intensity of their infatuation for each other means Emily and Gabriel struggle to not let their relationship deepen.

Emily then tries to make a go of things with a Parisian named Mathieu (Charles Martins), but at the end of the season ends up running to Gabriel’s restaurant and revealing that she loves him before he moves away to Normandy. Of course, things get even more tricky as the pair inevitably spend the night together, only for the next day for Emily to find out that Gabriel is actually going to stay in Paris and buy the restaurant where he works. Camille, who split from Gabriel when he said he was moving to Normandy, then messages Emily saying she wants to talk.

Meanwhile, Emily’s best friend Mindy (Ashley Park) is fired from her nanny job and decides to pursue a singing career. In the end she moves in with Emily.

We'll update the article as more information comes in.

Emily in Paris season two is now out on Netflix.


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