We’ve been waiting for this! While it’s been divisive, we side with those who loved the first season of this Darren Star creation and if there were any doubt about it, the second season of EMILY IN PARIS gives us more of what we came for. Flashy fashion, garçon problems and office drama. Such is the life of Emily and we can’t get enough of it!
Season Two picks-up where we left-off and Emily (Lily Collins) must confront the affair she had with Gabriel (Lucas Bravo), reconciling her feelings for him, while having kept it a secret from her friend Camille (Camille Razat)… who happens to be Gabriel‘s girlfriend. Things are complicated as Emily is working on Camille‘s family’s Champagne account at Savoir, the Marketing Agency at which Emily works and the bottle is about to pop as truths are uncovered.
Emily‘s tough-to-please boss Sylvie (Philppine Leroy-Beaulieu) mixes business with pleasure as she falls for an up-and-coming young Photographer, while Emily‘s best friend Mindy (Ashley Park) becomes involved with a struggling Musician whom she must conceal her billionaire Pop Princess identity from.
The cultural clashes continue as Emily continues to adapt to the local Parisian culture, but finds a companion in classmate Alfie (Lucien Laviscount) whom also feels like a fish out of water. And Madeline (Kate Walsh) shows-up from the U.S. office, trying to impose American corporate values on the office in Paris, and finds herself in over her head, oblivious to the deep-rooted ties there.
Collins continues to shine in this plum assignment and has fun doing it. Emily thinks often with her heart and sometimes it pays off, sometimes it doesn’t and that’s the appeal of Emily in Paris. It’s a gorgeous, romantic escape and we aren’t afraid to fall with Emily as we know her heart is in the right place in the end.
We zipped through these delightful ten new episodes rather quickly and are ready for Season Three!
EMILY IN PARIS Season Two streams now on Netflix.
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