The Cast of “Emily in Paris” Talk Season 4: “We Can’t Even Predict What’s Going to Happen”
If you are like us and binged “Emily in Paris” season three all in one sitting, you’re probably still reeling from that shocking finale twist. The romantic Parisian drama, created by Darren Star, returned for its third season on Dec. 21, finally answering all our questions about Emily’s (Lily Collins) fate in the City of Love – career- and dating-wise. However, season three drags her back into her never-ending love square after Camille (Camille Razat) reveals she knows Gabriel (Lucas Bravo) and Emily still have feelings for each other – but not before announcing she’s pregnant!
“We always get surprised every season, so we can’t even predict what’s going to happen.”
Yes, the twist we may (or may not) have seen coming might have just put an end to Emily and Alfie’s (Lucien Laviscount) sweet romance once and for all. But it also leaves us wondering what the future holds for Emily, Gabriel, and Camille (and their baby?) – and, unfortunately for us, the cast are just as clueless about what’s up ahead for season four – which Netflix green lit back in January.
“We don’t actually know the timeframe between [seasons] three and four,” Collins tells POPSUGAR. “You know how sometimes it picks up a day after or a few days [later]? We don’t know anything about season four yet, so we don’t know if we might pick up in a decision or in still lack of decision. We would love to know.” Samuel Arnold, who plays Julian, adds, “We always get surprised every season, so we can’t even predict what’s going to happen.”
Well, if we know nothing else, Bruno Gouery, who stars as Luc, is certain that season four’s plot will definitely revolve around Camille’s shocking news. “We discover incredible information [in the finale],” he says, “and that information, it will be the center of season four.”
Obviously, Collins’s Emily, whom Laviscount calls the show’s “not-so-secret weapon,” will surely return to settle all of our frantic thoughts. And though season four details – including the returning cast, plot, and premiere date – are scarce, William Abadie, who plays Antoine, predicts that the show’s return will deliver more of that “Darren Star magic.” “We’ve got France as a country, the locations, we’ve got a lot more fun on our way,” he says. “I think we’ve got a nice little thing here.”
While we wait to hear more about “Emily in Paris” season four, go ahead and catch up on season three, now streaming on Netflix.