Fashion aficionados and lovers of women-led dramedies must have been elated when they heard about ‘Emily in Paris’ – bringing in a cocktail mix of ‘Sex and the City’ and ‘The Devil Wears Prada!.’ A charming American heads out to France, and as she takes up her role in a high-end boutique, she gets into a bit of a cultural shock. Of course, her wardrobe in every scene is bound to make us a bit envious, and this is expected!
After all, the project is helmed by the king of creating high-fashion dramedies – Darren Star! Coupled with an international cast, the glamorous series ‘Emily in Paris’ is a treat for your eyes. Now, for fans who are done and dusted with its first part, here’s everything we know about ‘Emily in Paris’ season 2!
Emily in Paris Season 2 Release Date
‘Emily in Paris’ season 1 premiered on October 2, 2020, on Netflix. It consists of 10 episodes. At the end of the first season, it is evident that Emily’s journey in Paris is far from over. We have incomplete storylines about her complicated romance and a career where she still needs to polish herself. Moreover, season 1 opened to a positive response from fans. Therefore, there is a high chance of the series getting a new season. If Netflix decides to renew the show soon, we can expect ‘Emily in Paris’ season 2 to premiere sometime in late 2021.
Emily in Paris Season 2 Cast: Who can be in it?
Starring in the titular role is Lily Collins as Emily Cooper. We then have Ashley Park as Mindy Chen, Emily’s close friend, and Philippine Leroy-Beaulieu as Sylvie, Emily’s ambitious and strict boss at Savoir. Lucas Bravo essays the role of Gabriel, a young chef with whom Emily has an affair, despite Gabriel being in a relationship with Camille (Camille Razat). Camille happens to be Emily’s dear friend as well. Finally, rounding up the lead cast is Bruno Gouery as Luke and Samuel Arnold. Season 2 will most likely see the entire main cast members making a comeback.
Emily in Paris Season 2 Plot: What can it be About?
Emily is a Midwestern ex-pat who moves to Paris after getting an offer from a French marketing company named Savoir. Since Emily is fully American, she is not easily accepted by her French colleagues. Neither does Emily speak their language, nor does she know how things work in the City of Lights. She has her own way of doing things, and this often lands her in trouble.
Eventually, Emily realizes that the American way is not always the best way. She blends in with her new surroundings, and yet, although she is extremely talented, a particular mistake results in her causing a major fashion debacle. She puts in her resignation papers. However, her boss Sylvie decides that Emily has potential, which just needs polishing. So Sylvie does not submit Emily’s paperwork. We are yet to see if Emily decides to stay back in Paris after this changed scenario.
On the other hand, Gabriel, with whom Emily falls in love, says that he is not going away from the city as well. Emily is happy, but then a text from Camille leaves her with mixed feelings. Well, the next season is expected to showcase how she tackles this love triangle between her, Gabriel, and Camille.
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