Get your eccentric outfits and matching beret ready - Netflix has finally dropped the release date for season three of Emily In Paris.
When we last left Emily (Lily Collins), things were getting pretty messy for the marketing executive, and viewers have been dying to know what happens next.
Well, not only do we finally have a date for the highly anticipated third season, but we have a teaser trailer too! Get it while it's hot:
"This is the hardest decision I have ever had to make", says Emily as images of Gabriel and Alfie, Sylvie and Madeline flash around her.
"This is just something I have to do."
What big decision is Emily going to make? Is she finally going to decide on which boy she wants once and for all? Has she figured out which boss she is loyal to? Nope - she's getting bangs.
What else is a girl to do when her picture-perfect life in Paris turns upside down?
If it's been a while since you last checked in with Emily, here's where we left off.
Emily and her on/off love interest Gabriel (Lucas Bravo) finally slept together, making things particularly awkward for her friendship with Camille (Camille Razat) - who just happens to be Gabriel's ex-girlfriend.
The up-and-coming influencer found herself running around Paris filled with guilt, trying to get Camille and Gabriel back together - and stop Camille from finding out about her secret rendez-vous with Gabriel!
Unfortunately, Camille quickly got to the bottom of things, and promptly cut Emily out of her life.
Despite the fallout, Emily thought it wise to keep Gabriel as a friend, turning her attention to British hunk Alfie (Lucien Laviscount) for affection.
By the end of the season, Camille and Gabriel really did wind up back together - but just moments before Emily had mustered up the courage to finally confess her love for him. Perfect timing, Em!
When it comes to her glamorous Savoir career, Emily is having just as much luck.
Yes, she's just been offered a stellar promotion back home in Chicago, but things are never that simple.
After struggling to see eye-to-eye with her American superior Madeline (Kate Walsh), Emily's boss Sylvie (Philippine Leroy-Beaulieu) made the decision to resign, taking employees Julian (Samuel Arnold) and Luc (Bruno Gouery) - as well as some of the company's top clients - with her.
Emily now has a choice to make - is she going to take Sylvie up on her offer to jump ship and join her new agency, or is she going to stay on course and take her glamorous new role back in the States?
What Emily decides to do next is anyone's guess.
But what we *can* tell you is that season three of Emily In Paris will finally drop on Netflix on December 21st.