Lucas Bravo wants his character Gabriel in Emily in Paris to mature and pursue new goals in Season 4.
In an interview with PEOPLE, the 35-year-old actor revealed that Gabriel aims to earn a Michelin star in the upcoming season and will focus less on relationship dramas. He wants Gabriel to strive for maturity and stability.
Season 3 of the popular Netflix series ended with Gabriel’s ex-fiancée, Camille, calling off their wedding due to his lingering feelings for Emily. Gabriel then shocked everyone by revealing that Camille was pregnant with their child.
Bravo promised that Gabriel will take responsibility for his mistakes in Season 4, moving away from the victim role he played in the previous season. He sees it as a coming-of-age story for the character, allowing him to showcase personal growth and maturity.
The actor also mentioned that the release of Season 4 may be delayed due to the ongoing Writers Guild of America strike, as they want to support the writers and ensure everything is resolved before starting production.
Bravo’s co-star, Lily Collins, who plays Emily in the series, also expressed her excitement for the character’s development and growth over the past three seasons. She appreciates the quiet confidence Emily has gained and her ability to make decisions and stick to her path.
Collins expressed gratitude that there will be a Season 4, as it will provide closure to the cliffhangers of Season 3. She emphasized how important it is for the fans to have resolution and how it would have been anxiety-inducing if the series had ended abruptly.
Currently, all three seasons of Emily in Paris are available for streaming on Netflix.