Emily in Paris Season 3 and 4 Updates: Netflix’s popular comedy series ‘Emily in Paris’ is returning with its newer season and with a lot more drama and fashion of course. In the first season, we were introduced to Emily as a twenty-something American woman arriving in Paris and getting face to face with culture clash, new friendships and love, and the unparalleled fashion of Paris.
We were also introduced to Gabriel, the neighbor to whom Emily was immediately attracted. Since the two have gone through many ups and downs which involved other people too. At the end of the second season, Emily was confronted by a number of choices. And only the arrival of Season 3 will answer the questions of whom and which Emily will choose.
Season 3 of the series was announced on January 10, 2022, the first teaser of which has also been released. With the fourth season also announced now, we expect the third season to arrive soon on the streaming site.
In the role of Emily, we have seen Lily Collins who will reprise her role in the coming seasons too. Other cast members of the series include Lucas Bravo, Ashley Park, Lucien Laviscount, Camille Razat, Philippine Leroy-Beaulieu, William Abadie, etc.
Previous Filmography of The Primary Cast Members of Emily in Paris Season 3 and 4:
Emily Cooper played by Lily Collins:
The protagonist of the series, the titular character, Emily Cooper is played by British American actress cum model Lily Jane Collins. Her first acting performance occurred when she was a girl of two years starring in BBC’s ‘Growing Pains’.
In 2009 she appeared in the film ‘The Blind Side’ that after release turned into the highest-grossing sports drama. She played the role of Leigh Anne Tuohy (played by Sandra Bullock) in that film. In 2011 Collins was cast in ‘Priest’ for which she gained recognition.
The same year she also starred in the action movie ‘Abduction’ where she co-starred with and was opposite Taylor Lautner. The next year with Julia Roberts, Collins co-starred in ‘Mirror Mirror’ which was inspired by the story of Snow White and where she portrayed Snow White herself.
In 2014 she played the role of Clary Fray in ‘The Mortal Instruments’ novel series-based film ‘The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones. In 2016 Collins appeared in Warren Beatty’s rom-com drama ‘Rules Don’t Apply’ as Alden Ehrenreich.
Though the film did not do well at the box office, Collins received the first Golden Globe nomination of her career. The same year she also starred in the lead role in the anorexia movie ‘To the Bone. In 2017 she was cast in Netflix’s ‘Okja’. She also starred in ‘Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil, and Vile’ in 2019.
The same year the biographical movie ‘Tolkien’ was released where Collins portrayed the wife of J.R.R. Tolkien. Her second Golden Globe nomination came through the role of Emily in ‘Emily in Paris’.
Gabriel played by Lucas Bravo:
Gabriel is portrayed as an attractive French man who works as the head chef of a restaurant named Chez Lavaux.
He has a complicated relationship with Emily owing to their obvious mutual attraction and her relationship with girlfriend Camille. French actor cum model Lucas Bravo plays the role of Gabriel in the series. He appeared in two tv series ‘Sous le Soleil de Saint-Tropez’ and ‘T.O.C’ in 2013 and 2015 respectively.
In 2016 he was seen in one episode of the French soap opera ‘Plus belle la vie as Mathieu Grange. Bravo has three upcoming films in his queue. In the historical comedy movie ‘Mrs. Harris Goes to Paris’ he will be seen portraying André Fauvel.
He will also be found starring in the romantic comedy movie ‘Ticket to Paradise. Both movies will release in 2022. The movie ‘The Honeymoon’ also casts him.
Alfie played by Lucien Laviscount:
Alfie is a comparatively new character of ‘Emily in Paris’ who has grown to be increasingly important for the series and Emily both. Emily met Alfie in her French class and soon he becomes her love interest. Alfie was introduced to us in Season 2.
It is evident from the teaser that the coming season will focus significantly on his involvement and effectiveness in Emily’s life. Laviscount starred in films such as ‘One Night in Istanbul’, ‘The Bye Bye Man, ‘Love Beats Rhymes’, ‘Trust’ etc.
In 2009 he played the role of Ben Richardson in the British soap opera ‘Coronation Street. From 2010 to 2011 he was cast in season 6 of BBC One’s ‘Waterloo Road’ as Jonah Kirby. In the crime comedy series, ‘Snatch’ Laviscount starred as Billy Ayres from 2017 to 2018.
He played the lead role of Alexander Cabot and John Taylor respectively in the musical comedy ‘Katy Keene’ in 2020 and in ‘Threesome’ in 2021.