Emily in Paris

‘Emily In Paris’ Renewed For Two More Seasons On Netflix

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The Netflix hit series Emily in Paris has been renewed for not one, but two more seasons.

That means that fans can continue to watch Emily’s adventures for Season 3 and Season 4. The renewal comes just a few weeks after Season 2 officially hit the streaming service.

Netflix made the announcement on social media, sharing a smiling photo of star Lily Collins and a caption including the announcement.

Emily in Paris has been renewed for Season 3 — and Season 4!” the streamer wrote.

The second season debuted December 22, 2021, on the Global Netflix Top 10 and topped the list across 94 countries with 107.6M hours viewed in just the four days after it officially debuted.

Not only that but the series’ Season 1 also made the Global Top 10 reemerging on the list across more than 53 countries.

Emily In Paris Gets Big Success Early On

Creator and executive producer Darren Star helms Emily in Paris, which features Emily moving from her home in Chicago to Paris when the business she works for acquires a French luxury marketing company.

Season 2 follows Emily as she becomes more familiar with her overseas living. However, she still encounters some troubles when navigating the details and difficulties of French life.

After stumbling into a love triangle with her neighbor and her first real French friend, Emily is determined to focus on her work.  It turns out that’s getting more complicated by the day.

In French class, she meets a fellow expat who both infuriates and intrigues her.

Emily in Paris
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The surprising renewal of Emily in Paris for Seasons 3 and 4 comes at a time when people are paying close attention to what specific series Netflix chooses to renew.

Netflix Continues To Be An Enigma

The company is known for canceling fan-favorites series early and often. One such example is the live-action Cowboy Bebop adaptation.

While that show was met with some pushback from critics, fans of the series have been quite vocal in their anger.

The streaming service canceled Cowboy Bebop without giving an explanation. That left fans to wonder why the choice was made. In fact, fans are now trying to get the show saved. Hundreds of thousands of signatures have been collected. Still, Netflix appears to be sticking to its guns on that show.

Many reports state Netflix studies its metrics closely. Those metrics might not be what people expect.

When it comes to Emily in Paris, the company tends to weigh how a show keeps readers plugged into its ecosystem. The company is also said to look at how long people stick around. It reportedly likes people to move from one series to the next. It doesn’t want people to finish something and then go to another service. Netflix wants them immediately clicking another IP.

Teddy Lincoln

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