Now, Arnold is looking ahead at Emily in Paris season three, which he teases will put Julien and Emily’s relationship to the true test as Emily plays double duty between American boss Madeline (Kate Walsh) and French manager Sylvie (Philippine Leroy-Beaulieu).
And if fans are wanting Julien to settle down anytime soon, Arnold warns that they shouldn’t expect it—and he wouldn’t want anything different.
“It’s a romantic comedy show and we have Emily doing it very well,” he explained. “And I would really like for my character to just win professionally and to set an example that a young man like him in an industry like that can really go far and touch the stars—the same way that I’m trying to do myself. I’m pretty sure that there are some people that view themselves when they see Julien, and I’d love for them to see Julien win.”
Emily in Paris season three premieres Dec. 21 on Netflix.