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Will ‘Emily in Paris’ Season 4 Be the Final Season?

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As of now, Netflix hasn’t made any announcement regarding the upcoming fourth season being the final season. So, this is good news. The streamer generally announces a show’s final season when they renew it. Netflix didn’t speak of anything about the fourth season being the final season at the time of its renewal in January.

However, we have noticed the streaming giant switching things up recently. For instance, Locke and Key were green-lit for a third season in 2020, and then in 2022, Netflix declared that it would be the final season. We also saw the same happening with Firefly Lane. Firefly Lane was renewed for a second season in May 2021. However, in October 2022, Netflix declared that the second season would be its final season.

Let’s hope that this doesn’t happen with Emily in Paris, but there’s still a possibility. Netflix shows normally run for four seasons before the streamer pulls the plug. Also, the third season ended at a point where a fourth season could wrap up the story. Emily could face more problems in her career and love life, but we’ve seen that happen for numerous seasons already. Viewers would hate to see Emily in Paris end up on a bad note because it went on for longer than it should.

Nonetheless, we hope for at least one more season after the release of Emily in Paris season 4.

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