Emily in Paris renewed for seasons 3 and 4

The next lot of episodes will begin filming sometime later this year.

Netflix has renewed its comedy-drama Emily in Paris for seasons 3 and 4. 

The show has been met with an incredibly polarizing reception enjoying a huge popularity despite being derided by many critics for its poor writing, stereotypes and lack of diversity.  

According to Variety, the second season was watched for a total of 107.6 million hours between its release date on 22nd December and the 26th December. 

Created by Sex and the City’s Darren Starr, the show follows ambitious marketing executive Emily (Lily Collins) as she accepts her dream job in the French capital. 

Next season will likely pick up with the season 2 cliffhanger which saw Emily on the phone to her boss Sylvie Grateau (Philippine Leroy-Beaulieu) revealing that she’d made a decision on whether to stay in France. 

It will probably also explore her lingering feelings for chef Gabriel (Lucas Bravo) which she tried to get rid of by entering into a relationship with English banker Alfie (Lucien Laviscount). 

Starr is to finish shooting his new Netflix show Uncoupled this month, which sees 40-something Michael (Neil Patrick Harris) back on the dating scene after his husband has an affair, and will then reportedly begin writing Emily in Paris season 3. 

Season 3 will begin shooting on the outskirts of Paris later this year in either the Spring or the Summer. Other locations including London are also reportedly being explored. 

You can stream both seasons of Emily in Paris on Netflix now.

Source: Variety

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