In case you’ve been living under a rock, the second season of Emily in Paris was announced. If you’re like us and have been eagerly counting down to its release date, we’ve got some good news for you! The show’s coming back with a bang this fall.
The release date of Emily in Paris Season 2:
Netflix’s first time has confirmed the renewal of the second season on 11th November 2020.
The cast of Emily in Paris Season 2:
- Lily Collins as Emily Cooper
- Philippine Leroy-Beaulieu as Sylvie Grateu
- Ashley Park as Mindy Chen
- Lucas Bravo as Gabriel
- Samuel Arnold as Julian
- Bruno Gouery Luke
- Camille Razat as Camille
- William Abadie as Antione Lambert
Expectations from Emily in Paris Season 2:
The season will be following the same Emily cooper character, and you’ll get to see her grow up from a teenager into an adult.
This is because Emily in Paris was very successful as a teen series for Netflix, which means they want it to appeal to more people of any age group now that Emily’s older.
There are rumors that Emily may have found love by the end of Emily In Paris Season One but she did not actually confirm it herself so we’re still waiting on that one!
The plot of Emily in Paris Season 2:
The plot of Emily in Paris Season Two is going to include Emily’s emigration from France back to her home country, the US.
It’ll be set at various points throughout America and we’re not sure if it will just focus on one location or travel between them all.
What happened at the end of Emily in Paris Season 1?
At the end of Season 1 of Emily in Paris, things seem to be going great for the titular American abroad Emily has managed to get un-fired by Sylvie after successfully coordinating a big fashion stunt for Pierre Cadault.
And the love triangle that’s been brewing between her, Gabriel, and Camille hit a new twist thanks to Gabriel’s decision to move home to Normandy, which means he and Camille seem to have broken up just in time for Emily and Gabriel to finally surrender to the chemistry between them.
However, things get complicated the morning after Gabriel and Emily spend the night together when Antoine teams up with Gabriel to finance his restaurant meaning that Gabriel can stay in Paris and that everyone’s relationship status can now be defined as “it’s complicated.”
Is Emily in Paris Season 2 worth watching?
Emily in Paris season two is worth watching if you are a fan of the drama and love triangles. The series has plenty of twists, turns, and betrayals to keep you on your toes throughout each episode.
If you’re not into this show yet or haven’t seen it at all, I recommend giving it a try!