Season two will show how Emily’s relationship with her neighbour, Gabriel will develop.
Netflix’s hit romantic-comedy series, Emily in Paris, has been renewed for a second season a little more than a month after its first season premiered.
No release date has been announced yet but fans can look forward to seeing how Emily’s relationship with her neighbour Gabriel will play out and if Emily’s grasp of the French language will improve.
The season two announcement came in the form of Sylvie Grateau, Emily’s boss writing a letter to extend Emily’s time in Paris.
She even went as far to say: “We love having Emily in Paris! But please don’t let her know that.”
The series follows a marketing executive, Emily Cooper from Chicago, who gets a job in Paris after her company acquires a French luxury marketing company.
She is tasked to revamp the French firm’s social media strategy while adjusting to her new life in Paris, making friends and possibly finding love along the way.
Emily in Paris was created by Darren Star, who created other series like Sex and the City and Younger. The series stars Lily Collins as Emily Cooper, Philippine Leroy-Beaulieu as Sylvie and Lucas Bravo as Gabriel.
Emily in Paris season one was released on Netflix on Oct 2.
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