The ‘Emily in Paris’ Season 3 trailer looks like so much fun, minus the bangs trauma

Emily in Paris’s Season 3 will be released on December 21. I’m genuinely looking forward to it! I came to EIP later than most, and while the first season was exceptionally dumb, the show vastly improved in the second season, and I can’t wait to find what shenanigans Emily gets into for the third season. EIP has become a very big hit for Netflix and something like one of their signature productions in recent years. Season 2 ended on a cliffhanger, but as everyone can clearly see, Emily is still IN Paris, so we know what decision she made for her professional life. Here’s the full-length trailer released this week:

I love 95% of this. I love that Emily is still dealing with Gabriel and his drama and we might need to scream “just kiss her again” at the screen. I love Archie though – he’s fun and interesting and why not? A little love triangle! The part I hate is that Lily Collins has bangs for the entire f–king season? They made that a plot point too, that she’s so stressed out, she cuts her own hair and gives herself bangs. NEVER DO THAT. You’re trying to punish yourself but you punish everyone in your life who has to see your anxiety bangs trauma.

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  1. girl_ninja says:

    Maybe I should give this show a watch. I haven’t been interested at all but she is adorable and I like fashion. I watched her Vogue In The Bag and it was clear that she’d purchased all new stuff to share. I know she’s not the only one who does this but come on now.

    • Jan90067 says:

      I had NO interest in it when it first streamed. My sister told me to give it a 2nd try. I did, and I was HOOKED. Can’t wait for this to stream (and she looks so much better W/OUT the bangs! At least brush them to the side for a sweep!).

    • J.Mo says:

      I enjoyed it without having any fondness for her or the other characters. I’m looking for light watches lately and even enjoyed the Lindsay Lohan movie. I highly recommend Home for Christmas on Netflix, I’m mourning the lack of a third season (so far).

  2. Snuffles says:

    It’s just the right kind of mindless fluff I like to watch to decompress. Hot guys, beautiful locations, high fashion, light comedy.

  3. molly says:

    I really, really enjoy this show. It’s fluffy, funny, and has all the pretty clothes, people, and places it knows people like me came to see.

  4. Soapboxpudding says:

    I recently cut myself bangs and keep getting unprompted compliments on them, which always makes me think of you Kaiser and how you’d tell me I have bangs trauma. FWIW, EIP’s bangs are too long and they’d drive me crazy.

  5. Nuzzy says:

    I’m baffled by the persistent bangs hatred. Many people (especially black/brunette hairs people) carry them off gorgeously.

    Eh, everyone has a thing that bothers them, I guess.

    • Harper says:

      Yeah, I don’t get the anti-bangs brigade; for some people, bangs just work. Now these bangs that Emily is sporting are not that good. I’m surprised, because according to my research based solely on Pinterest and YouTube style videos, the French women really do those long swooping bangs very well. I guess if the story is that Emily botched them on her own then okay, that explains it, but they do film on location, so why not put Lily Collins in the chair of some chic French hairdresser and get her the expert French bangs treatment once the botched bangs plot point is made?

    • DiegoInSF says:

      Right? Let it goooo let it gooo, bangs are awesome.

    • Jan90067 says:

      I love bangs, I have worn them in a curtain, side swept, fringy, and choppy (right now, I’m sporting a side swept bang, cheekbone length with long layers of jaw length hair). But I’m not a fan of a *heavy* bang; very few women can pull that off (and they’re usually pretty young when they do lol).

      Some women look a million times better w/out bangs (Sharon Stone comes to mind). Some look liken perfection with bangs (Audrey Hepburn anyone?).

      I’m a big believer in trying on a wig, or do a “virtual” hairstyle using your own pic to see how you’d look, keep looking at it for a while, and if you love it, go for it!

  6. ME says:

    I think the bangs look adorable on her.

  7. MangoAngelesque says:

    Again with the bangs-bashing. Such a *weird* thing to be so vehemently anti, I’ll never understand how some people are SO bothered by hair hanging over a woman’s forehead.

    I like them. I think they’re cute. I especially like them with a ponytail, and face-framing fringe.

  8. Sasha says:

    I loooove Kaiser’s intense and consistent hatred of bangs. Bangs trauma is just brilliant. Although I have to say I am hugely PRO bangs on the majority of women. I honestly don’t think many people have a face and bone structure that *doesn’t* benefit from some form of bang. But some women really do look better without, like Angelina Jolie. But those faces are rare!

  9. Pamspam says:

    I love bangs. Short bangs. Long bangs. Wispy bangs. Side bangs. Curtain bangs. And most of all…trauma bangs. Give me all the bangs!

  10. amilu says:

    I totally disagree. The first season was good, dumb fun. The second season was TERRIBLE. I’m undecided about tuning into season 3.

    Also I like bangs! My face and tiny forehead need them.