Emily in Paris will be back for two more seasons. On Monday, Netflix announced that it had renewed its Lily Collins-led comedy series for seasons 3 and 4.
Season 2 of the Emmy-nominated series – which follows marketing director Emily (Collins), who was sent to Paris for her dream job – debuted on Netflix on December 22nd.
When ET’s Leanne Aguilera spoke to Collins about what Season 3 would be like should the show be extended, the 32-year-old actress admitted, “I really don’t know.”
“We don’t know,” confirmed Lucien Laviscount, who played Emily’s lovesickness in season 2, Alfie. “[Creator] Darren [Star] is pretty private about it. I don’t think he knows himself. He likes to mess everything up before he goes on vacation to be sure he’ll have a massive headache when he comes back for the next season. “
While staying mom on most of the season three potential plot points, Star told ET what he would like to see from Emily in the future.
“What we really haven’t seen … is what Emily is like about the people she left behind and how an extended period of time abroad changed her relationship with her home,” he said, revealing that he starred the idea of ”possibly” showing Emily’s parents.
“I feel like Paris has turned all of her assumptions about who she is and what her life is about this time around, giving her so many options,” added Star. “I think she is at a point where she can take a big risk.”
Season 1 and 2 of Emily in Paris are now streaming on Netflix.
Reference from etonline