First look at Emily in Paris Season 4! – WATCH

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Lily Collins as Emily in "Emily in Paris"

Emily in Paris Season 3 came out on December 21, but fans already started wondering what’s next. Let’s see everything we know about Emily in Paris season 4!

Official Synopsis

After the dramatic events of Camille and Gabriel’s misbegotten wedding, Emily is reeling: She has strong feelings for two men, but now Gabriel’s expecting a baby with his ex, and Alfie’s worst fears about her and Gabriel have been confirmed. At work, Sylvie is forced to confront a thorny dilemma from her past for the sake of her marriage, and the Agence Grateau team navigates personnel shakeups. Mindy and the band prepare for Eurovision, but when funds run dry, they’re forced to get thrifty. Emily and Gabriel’s chemistry is undeniable as they work together towards a Michelin star, but two big secrets threaten to undo everything they’ve dreamed of.

Season 4 release date

Lily Collins and Lucas Bravo, Emily in Paris
Lily Collins and Lucas Bravo, Emily in Paris Netflix

On Friday May 03rd Netflix has announced that Emily in Paris Seaso 4 will be release in two part. Part 1 (Ep. 1-5) will be release on August 15th and Part 2 (6-10) will be release on September 12th.

‘Emily in Paris’ Season 4 Tentatively Slated to Start Filming in Early 2024, Before Olympic Games

Season 4 of Netflix‘s hit show “Emily in Paris” and Amazon Prime’s “Etoile” are two of the high profile U.S. productions tentatively scheduled to start shooting in January in the French capital ahead of the Olympic Games.

With the WGA strike over and SAG-AFTRA preparing to resume negotiations with studios, time is of the essence for producers who are hoping to slot their shoots before the start of the massive sports celebration this summer. From June to September, all shoots will be barred in Paris, while access to some posh areas around the Concorde and Trocadero will be restricted starting in March.

“Emily in Paris” Season 4 was initially scheduled to start shooting in the summer at the Cité du Cinema studios, where the last three seasons were filmed. But the Cité du Cinema has been booked for the Olympic Games starting in mid-November, so the series will shoot at the nearby Studios Monjoie. The exteriors, meanwhile, will film on location in the streets of Paris.

Netflix had no comment on the matter when asked by Variety.

“When it comes to securing locations in Paris it’s first come first served, so it’s a bit of a rat race right now. Most places are already saturated,” said a key line producer who works on major U.S. shoots in Paris.

Michel Gomez, who heads Mission Cinema, the French org that coordinates shoots in Paris, said iconic places like Palais Royal or the Louvre are already booked up for the first months of the year.

“Between 2016 and 2022, the number of shoots in Paris have doubled due to the output of streamers and the volume of series being produced,” Gomez said. “And whereas a film would stay for 20 days in Paris, a series will shoot for six months, so it’s a much bigger scale.” He also pointed out a series of the scope of “Emily in Paris” hires between 100 and 150 crew members.

While the scripts of this new season of Darren Star’s Emmy-nominated romantic comedy have not yet been finalized, some of it is expected to take place in Rome, Italy. Lily Collins, who plays an American expat navigating a complicated love life and a moody French boss, teased that her character might go on a “Roman holiday” at the streamer’s Tudum fan event in June.

Some spoilers

The creator of the show said: “Emily and Gabriel are not jumping into a relationship even though they are both technically single now“. And also: “It’s not decided who Emily will settle down with.

With season 4, we really don’t jump in and start thinking about it until after the first of the year. But you know, there’s a lot of ideas that I feel like I have from this season. There’s a lot of forks in the road for all these characters at the end of season 3 and a lot of complications for everyone. So I think that with season 4, we have a lot of questions to answer. I think the show is always about just finding ways to get deeper into the lives of all the characters, and I think we’re gonna be able to do that in an even bigger way for season 4.

Darren Star
With Camille expecting a baby, Razat shared her thoughts about possibly sporting a baby bump in season 4 as her character embarks on her unexpected pregnancy journey.

“I hope not!” the actress admitted, “because I don’t know fashion-wise. Kate [Walsh] is rocking [a baby bump] but it’s huge, so it’s cute when it’s just a little bit.” Collins, though, expressed faith that Razat would “look so good” with a growing baby bump on Emily in Paris

“Maybe it’ll be fast-forwarded a year and we’ll just have a baby,” Park quipped, with Collins joking in good fun, “Or maybe it’s twins.”

Razat admitted she’s a bit nervous about the prospect of possibly working with a baby if the story calls for it.

“I did a shooting once with a baby, and I think that’s very hard and stressful because I’m always very afraid to hurt [the baby],” she shared. “And I’m like, ‘I’m sorry, I’m sorry!’ I cannot deal with babies. I love them, but I don’t know how to do it.”

What about Mindy, and Benoit’s revelation about the song. Are we going to Eurovision next season?!

DARREN STAR: Yes, I hope so. That’s the plan. I think we’ve got a really wonderful Eurovision-worthy song that can be quite competitive. And I think for Mindy that part is still really important to her, that artistic side. And it’s why she came to Paris. I think it’s gonna reignite that passion and that dream.

With season four already approved by Netflix, Samuel Arnold has some big hopes for Julien.

“I’d really like for my character to just win professionally,” he teased of what’s to come, “and to set an example that a young man like him in an industry like that can really go far and touch the stars. I’m pretty sure that there are some people that view themselves when they see Julien and I’d love them to see Julien win.”

Emily in Paris Season 4 Cast

Potential characters who might not return include Kate Walsh as Madeline Wheeler, and Lucien Laviscount as Alfie.

“It would be great to come back,” Laviscount exclusively told E! News at the show’s premiere in New York City. “But honestly I think I’ve had a really, really incredible two seasons on this show. It’s been really special.”

Main Cast

  • Lily Collins as Emily
  • Ashley Park as Mindy
  • Lucas Bravo as Gabriel
  • Camille Razat as Camille
  • Philippine Leroy-Beaulieu as Sylvie
  • Samuel Arnold as Julien
  • Bruno Gouery as Luc

Posing with the script for Episode 401, Collins revealed a hairstyle that harkens back to the first two seasons.

Promotional Photos

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