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Paris Olympics 2024: Traffic Updates Witnesses Change as Emily in Paris Announces Shoot Ahead Paris Games

Published 02/21/2024, 8:45 AM EST

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Emily Cooper has stolen hearts ever since the very first episode of “Emily in Paris”. Watching her explore the beauty of Paris while living out her dream job is simply enchanting. Fans are eagerly awaiting the release of Season 4, especially after the dramatic cliffhanger of Season 3. The new season is expected to address the unresolved storylines, including Emily’s complicated love life and career challenges.

On January 19, 2024, Netflix announced that “Emily in Paris” season four is currently in production and is slated to premiere later this year. However, as the show gears up for production, Paris is preparing for the pinnacle of sporting events, which is the 2024 Paris Olympics. In the latest update, there have been changes to the traffic situation due to the filming schedule preceding the Paris Olympics 2024.

Emily in Paris update ahead of the Paris Olympics 2024

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According to an Instagram post by the accounts “paris.explore” and “francetravelers,” new traffic updates emerged regarding the shoot of “Emily in Paris” ahead of the Paris Olympics 2024. The post began with the exciting news that production is starting to film the fourth season of this show! However, “the filming in Paris has resulted in temporary traffic modifications in certain central streets,” read the caption. Specifically, on February 29, 2024, from 9:30 in the morning until noon, some streets like Rue Henri Robert and Place Dauphine in the center of Paris won’t allow regular vehicles to pass through.

This is because they want to make sure the filming goes smoothly without any interruptions from traffic. As for the duration of the filming, it’s not exactly clear how long it will take. According to Variety, all shoots and productions in Paris from June 16 to September 15, 2024, will be prohibited. So the production team of the show hopes to finish filming before the Paris 2024 Olympics starts. As we reflect on this update, let us see the issues that have been a hurdle for the production team of “Emily in Paris”.

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The roadblocks to filming season 4

It’s been a year since the release of the last season of “Emily in Paris,” and fans are eagerly awaiting the fourth season. There have been quite a few hurdles faced by the team. First came the SAG-AFTRA strike, which recently ended but caused studios to rush to compensate for lost time. Then the usual filming location for “Emily in Paris,” Cité du Cinema studios, was also unavailable due to bookings for the Paris Olympics. So, instead of filming at the usual location, the shoot will move to Studios Monjoie for the indoor scenes.

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But don’t worry, they’ll still be filming in the streets of Paris for all those beautiful outdoor shots you love. This adds further complexity to the production process. Despite these challenges, the emergence of new traffic updates brings some good news to fans as production ramps up. What are your expectations for Season 4? Share your thoughts below!

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Christaline Meyers

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Christaline Meyers is a senior Olympics writer at EssentiallySports who specializes in gymnastics and alpine skiing. Christaline is one of the acclaimed authorities in the coverage of 6x All-Around champion, Simone Biles. She has written extensively, covering every detail of Biles’s life stories as well as providing her perspective on Simone Biles’ Yurchenko Double Pike controversy.
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