‘Emily in Paris’ Season 4: Everything We Know So Far

The wait for more adventures and drama for one Emily Cooper will end this summer. Season 4 of the soapy Netflix series has been split into two parts like other tentpole shows for the streamer such as Bridgerton Season 3, Stranger Things Season 4 and more.

The Lily Collins-led series launched on Netflix on October 2, 2020 to much success. After Season 2’s release in December 2021, the show earned a double renewal for Seasons 3 and 4. Season 3 debuted in the second slot in the Netflix Top 10 after its arrival on Dec. 21, 2022.

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Netflix released first look photos for the upcoming installment of the European-set comedy in early June, teasing dynamics between Emily and Gabriel, Emily and Alfie, Emily and Mindy, Emily and Camille and more.

Those on the edge of their seats after last season’s chaotic cliffhanger ending and curious about the next installment’s release date, cast and more can read on for details.

When does Emily in Paris Season 4 come out?

The latest installment of the comedy series is getting the two-part treatment, with the first part of Season 4 arriving on August 15, 2024, and the second part following on Sept. 12 of this year.

How many episodes are in Season 4 of Emily in Paris?

Sesaon 4 will have 10 episodes with five in each part. All three previous seasons have contained 10 episodes.

Who is in the cast of Emily in Paris Season 4?

(L to R) Bruno Gouery as Luc, Lily Collins as Emily, Samuel Arnold as Julien in episode 307 of Emily in Paris. (Cr. Courtesy of Netflix © 2022)
(L to R) Bruno Gouery as Luc, Lily Collins as Emily, Samuel Arnold as Julien in episode 307 of Emily in Paris. (Cr. Courtesy of Netflix © 2022)

Lily Collins will return to reprise the titular role of marketing genius Emily Cooper, who originally relocated from her firm in Chicago to Paris to work for a sister agency. The show also stars Philippine Leroy-Beaulieu, Ashley Park, Lucas Bravo, Camille Razat, Samuel Arnold, Bruno Gouery, and William Abadie.

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Lucien Laviscount rose to a season regular role and reprised his character Alfie in Season 3, and a teaser featuring Collins hinted that he will be back for Season 4.

What is Emily in Paris Season 4 about?

An early synopsis from Netflix reads: Emily has strong feelings for two men, but Gabriel is on the verge of becoming a father, and ex-boyfriend Alfie’s (Lucien Laviscount) worst fears about her and Gabriel have been confirmed. Unfortunately, Emily and Gabriel’s chemistry is undeniable as they work together toward a Michelin star, but two big secrets threaten to undo everything they’ve dreamed of. Meanwhile, at work, Sylvie is forced to confront a thorny dilemma from her past for the sake of her marriage as the Agence Grateau team navigates personnel shake-ups. And Mindy and the band are forced to get thrifty when they run out of funds preparing for Eurovision.

Where is Emily in Paris Season 4 set?

Netflix revealed that parts of Season 4 were shot in Rome.

What happened in Season 3 of Emily in Paris?

Last season, Camille ended her would-have-been wedding to Gabriel (Lucas Bravo) because she knows that he and Emily have feelings for each other, but it turns out she’s pregnant. Ashley Park’s Mindy was on the outs with bandmates Benoît (Kevin Dias) and Étienne (Ji Xuan Mao) in favor of her childhood friend and boarding school classmate Nicolas de Léon (Paul Forman), but they have reunited to compete at a major singing competition in Europe.

Sylvie also rekindled her romance with her husband Laurent G (Arnaud Binard).

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Will there be more seasons of Emily in Paris?

Creator Darren Star left this question open when asked if Season 4 was conceived as a final chapter after the double renewal.

“I definitely think the show has a life beyond next season. It’s not necessarily conceived as a final chapter. I think like every other show, it’s a rich ensemble. There’s no end in sight until everybody feels like it’s time to end,” he told Deadline. “And I don’t think this show is limited by a number of seasons, I think it’s limited by everybody’s enthusiasm and excitement about doing it and telling stories about these characters.”

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