Grab the pinot grigio because ‘Emily in Paris,’ starring Lily Collins, is coming back for a second season that is sure to be anything but ‘ringarde.’
After a buzzworthy first season of berets, croissants, and steamy French love affairs, Netflix officially renews Emily in Paris for a second season. The Darren Star creation, which both critics and fans could not stop watching, stars Lily Collins as Emily Cooper, a wide-eyed 20-something who moves to Paris for her job as a marketing associate. However, while there, she manages to ruffle a number of French feathers with her overtly American style, which extends from her fashion to her…well, everything.
While Emily struggles to adapt to the French way of life, that’s not to say she doesn’t find a few allies along the way. Ashley Park and Camille Razat play Mindy and Camille, two of Emily’s first Parisian friends, while the Internet’s new French boyfriend, Lucas Bravo, stars as Gabriel, Emily’s neighbor and love interest. Très mignon!
The news of the upcoming season dropped via letter from Emily’s persnickety boss, Sylvie Grateau, to her former boss in Chicago, explaining that Emily must stay in Paris to help Savoir, the fictional marketing firm where she works.
No word on when production for the new season will begin, but it’s safe to say audiences won’t be seeing Emily traipsing through the Jardin des Tuileries anytime soon, as rising COVID-19 cases have put France in a second lockdown. Until then, season one of Emily in Paris is streaming now on Netflix.