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Emily In Paris Season 3 Release Date And Trailer

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Emily In Paris Season 3 Release Date And Trailer

Emily in Paris season two is now officially in post-production and fans are already chomping at the bit for a third instalment. Well, good news - Emily herself has given us reason to believe that Paris isn’t finished with her yet.

As the brainchild of the creators of Sex and the City, it’s hardly surprising that Emily in Paris was an instant hit with viewers. The TV series made its debut on Netflix in October 2020 and reached 58 million households worldwide in its first 28 days, making it the most popular comedy series on the streaming site for that year.

Filming for season two wrapped in August 2021, with an expected 2022 release date. So when might we see season three?

Emily in Paris season 3 release date 

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Netflix hasn’t officially given the green light to a third season of Emily yet, but we’ve got good reason to believe there will be one after Lily Collins dropped a subtle hint on Instagram.

After filming officially wrapped for season two, the star posted some photos from Paris and said:

"I'm leaving here filled with so many amazing memories, special moments with my family, endless appreciation to our incredible dedicated and talented crew, and another season officially wrapped!” she said. 

“Very excited to share it with you all soon. We're heading home, but keeping a little piece of us here until the next time." 

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Emily in Paris season 3 trailer

It’s too early for a trailer for season three yet. As soon as a third season is confirmed and a trailer is out, we’ll drop it here. 

Emily in Paris season 3 cast

Alongside Lily Collins who plays Emily, we spotted Ashley Park, who plays Emily's expat friend Mindy, and Camille Razat who plays Camille, appearing in photos on set when season two was being filmed, so we wouldn’t be surprised to see Emily’s Paris besties back in season three.

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We're also sure to see Lucas Bravo reprise his role as Gabriel and other key characters such as Sylvie (Philippine Leroy-Beaulieu), Luc (Bruno Gouery), Julien (Samuel Arnold), and Antoine (William Abadie) return in the second season.

Emily in Paris season one is available to stream on Netflix now.

Featured Image Credit: Netflix

Topics: TV And Film, Netflix

Laura Sanders
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