Just before Christmas, the popular romantic fashion series "Emily in Paris" continues with the third season on Netflix. The main character Emily, played by Lily Collins (33), will have to make some important life decisions in the new episodes. However, as the first trailer for season three now reveals, Emily's decision is initially not to make a decision. Both in love and professionally, Emily seems to want to take a two-pronged approach.
By the end of the second "Emily in Paris" season, the main character had apparently gotten together with the handsome Brit Alfie (Lucien Laviscount, 30). In the trailer for season three, the two spend a romantic time in the French countryside. But Emily still seems to have feelings for Frenchman Gabriel (Lucas Bravo, 34). "It's not either or. We're not here to love just one person," explains an unidentified person in the trailer.
At the end of the second "Emily in Paris" season, which was released in December 2021, Emily's French boss Sylvie (Philippine Leroy-Beaulieu, 59) asked the marketing and social media expert to become part of her new company and her old job at Madeline Wheeler (Kate Walsh, 55) to quit. And judging by the new trailer for season three, Emily also has the solution ready for this dilemma: she simply wants to work in both jobs at the same time. "Do they two know that you're doing two jobs right now?" Asks her best friend Mindy Chen (Ashley Park, 31) in the video.
The third season of "Emily in Paris" will be released on Netflix on December 21. All ten episodes will be available for download at once. Season four has also been officially confirmed by Netflix. So the series will continue.