Chelsea in Paris The third season picks up right where the second one left off, with Emily Cooper (Lily Collins) having to decide whether to stay in Paris or return to Chicago.
As she continues to work with her very pregnant American boss Madeline, Emily attempts to balance her obligations in the first episode of the new season (Kate Walsh)
Emily in Paris has been a show that has been challenging to entirely ignore ever since the first season was released in the midst of the pandemic, despite the mixed reviews it received.
The show continues to draw viewers, whether it's due to the allure of the Parisian settings or the costume team's task to make Emily Cooper the new generation Carrie Bradshaw in terms of street fashion.
To the credit of the show's creators, the second season also saw a slight improvement from the first one in terms of self-awareness.
Since it's the end of the year, it's not the right time to watch all those gripping thrillers and real crime documentaries.
In fact, it's best to watch something lighthearted to trigger the existential crisis that sets in with every year's end phase, and in that sense, Emily in Paris is the ideal movie to watch during the holiday season.
As Emily is forced to choose between Paris and her family, the third season of the show seems to hold bigger things in store for her. However, the plot required some more stakes to make this season more compelling.
According to Emily in Paris Season 3's premiere episode, the zany, dramatic, and even tonally disjointed storyline is back.