The streaming network on Wednesday dropped the trailer for season 3 of their hit series, all episodes of which will release on Dec. 21.
After a major cliffhanger in season 2 —in which Lily Collins' Emily Cooper contemplated accepting a job offer from her boss Madeline (Kate Walsh) that would require her to leave Paris, or follow her prickly but formidable mentor Sylvie (Philippine Leroy-Beaulieu) to a new company – the marketing executive appears to be back in the City of Light, though "pulling double duty," as her best friend Mindy (Ashley Park) notes," while seemingly working for both.
"This is the hardest decision I've ever had to make," Emily laments in the clip, later questioning how she knows she made the right decision and admitting to dealing with some "existential angst."
"That's so American," Sylvie quips.
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"You changed my life," Gabriel tells her during a late night card ride, while Alfie and Emily jet off on a romantic getaway to French wine country where they take a hot air balloon ride over a château and all.
"We always talk about work life balance and right now I am all about life," she says, ahead of a montage of celebratory scenes from the series.
As the show's tagline states: "Whatever you choose, choose Paris."
The show has already been renewed for season 4.
A press release for season 3 — which began filming in June and also stars Camille Razat, Samuel Arnold and Bruno Gouery — hinted that the decisions Emily makes this coming season will determine "her future in France," promising that our social media savvy heroine will continue to "immerse herself in the adventures and surprising twists and turns that life in Paris provides."
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Teasing what's to come, Star previously opened up about his desire to dive deeper into Emily's past.
"I really love how Emily gets more assimilated into French culture and I love seeing that evolution and transformation of somebody who's made Paris their home and how that changes them," he told Entertainment Tonight in December 2021. "What we really haven't seen — except for Madeline (Kate Walsh), we get it a little bit — is how Emily is in relation to people that she's left behind and how being an expatriate for a longer period of time changes her relationship with her home."
Seasons 1 and 2 of Emily in Paris are currently streaming on Netflix.