Following *that* very severe cliffhanger at the end of season 2, Emily in Paris star Lucas Bravo has teased that season 3 will have more twists.
"It's pretty self-explanatory," he said of his new film Ticket to Paradise, which features George Clooney and Julia Roberts. "What made this show so successful will be repeated in the next season with additional twists."
"Everything is just amplified." Darren [Star] went a bit crazy with his writing this season. He's living with us and writing as we shoot, and he's just injecting the Darren Star magic bubble in the middle of all of it.
Billie Lourd, his co-star on Ticket to Paradise, said she would certainly make a lot of omelettes.
"I'll make a lot of omelettes." I received a lot of pans in the mail. I gave them to all my friends and family. Gabriel's main instrument is something I can sell.
In case you missed it, season 2's finale showed Emily not only torn between two men, but also between two career paths.
Madeline (Kate Walsh) arrives in Paris from the United States and has an argument with Sylvie (Philippine Leroy-Beaulieu) over Savoir.
Sylvie has decided to quit Savoir Marketing in order to take on a new position with her company. So, Emily has to choose between staying in Paris and working for Sylvie, or returning to the United States and seeking a promotion in Chicago.
On September 20, Ticket to Paradise will be released in UK cinemas, and on October 21, 2022 in US cinemas.
Seasons 1-2 of Emily in Paris are now available on Netflix.