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Emily in Paris Season 4 to Debut in Two Parts

Netflix has announced that Emily in Paris Season 4 will be split into two five-episode parts. Part 1 will premiere on August 15, 2024, and Part 2 will premiere on September 12, 2024.

The streaming service also released a behind-the-scenes video featuring the cast discussing the new season and its premiere dates.

Emily in Paris Season 4 to Debut in Two Parts

After the dramatic events of Camille and Gabriel’s misbegotten wedding, Emily is reeling: She has strong feelings for two men, but now Gabriel’s expecting a baby with his ex, and Alfie’s worst fears about her and Gabriel have been confirmed.

At work, Sylvie is forced to confront a thorny dilemma from her past for the sake of her marriage, and the Agence Grateau team navigates personnel shakeups. Mindy and the band prepare for Eurovision, but when funds run dry, they’re forced to get thrifty.

Bruno Gouery as Luc, Philippine Leroy-Beaulieu as Sylvie Grateau

Emily and Gabriel’s chemistry is undeniable as they work together towards a Michelin star, but two big secrets threaten to undo everything they’ve dreamed of.

“Emily finds herself with a busy travel schedule in Season 4 of Emily in Paris,” creator Darren Star told Netflix’s Tudum.

Kevin Dias as Benoit, Ashley Park as Mindy

Star added: “From the French Alps to the piazzas of Rome, viewers will vicariously experience amazing new locations through Emily’s eyes. Expect new characters, a lot more drama, romance, and a whole new language to try and master.”

The series stars Lily Collins (Emily Cooper), Philippine Leroy-Beaulieu (Sylvie Grateau), Ashley Park (Mindy Chen), Lucas Bravo (Gabriel), Camille Razat (Camille), Samuel Arnold (Julien), Bruno Gouery (Luc), William Abadie (Antoine Lambert), and Lucien Laviscount (Alfie).

Camille Razat as Camille, Lucas Bravo as Gabriel

Tony Hernandez, Lilly Burns, Andrew Fleming, Alison Brown, and Robin Schiff are the executive producers. Stephen Brown, Grant Sloss, and Joe Murphy are the co-executive producers.

Ryan McCormick, Raphaël Benoliel, Lily Collins, and Jake Fuller produce the series, which comes from MTV Entertainment Studios, Darren Star Productions, and Jax Media.