The Production of ‘Emily in Paris’ Has Been Suspended Due to the Ongoing Strike by the Writers

Production for the upcoming fourth “Emily in Paris” season was pushed back by two months.

According to Variety, production halted because of the writer’s strike. The news source claims that production on the show was supposed to begin in late summer or early fall in Paris but was pushed back by two months due to scheduling conflicts.

According to the article, the strike is delaying next season’s production even further.

It was reported that despite Netflix’s silence on the matter, production was still expected to begin before the end of the fall.

The Writers Guild of America strike has negatively impacted numerous movies and TV series. The writers’ strike has delayed the production of television shows and feature films nationwide, including Stranger Things and Severance.

However, the production of some programs has continued despite the strike. For instance, filming for the second season of The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power will go ahead without the showrunners present.

House of the Dragon Season 2 will also move forward, with George R.R. Martin recently confirming that, with the season’s scripts completed months ago, production is now in the hands of the directors and crew.