Everything We Know About Emily In Paris Season 2 As Netflix Confirms It's Coming
*This article contains Emily In Paris spoilers... obvs*.
Netflix confirmed the Lily Collins-fronted show would be back by releasing a letter from Emily's fictional Paris boss, Sylvie Grateau (Philippine Leroy-Beaulieu) to her American boss Madeline Wheeler (Kate Walsh) which read: "We are writing to regrettably inform you that Emily Cooper will need to remain in Paris for an extended period of time".
And naturally, fans immediately freaked out about the news, rejoicing over the fact they'd get to have another dose of Emily's to-die-for outfits and relatable shenanigans in their lives.
But what can we expect from the next season of Darren Star's Emily In Paris?
Here's everything to know about Emily In Paris season 2.
Where Will Emily In Paris Be Set For Season 2?
Emily In Paris season 2 will likely be set in - you guessed it - Paris, although no location has officially been confirmed yet.
If Sylvie's letter confirming she'd be keeping Emily for another year wasn't enough of a hint, the show's creator, Darren Star - who also penned Sex and the City - said: "I hope we'll be back in Paris next spring and things will ease up a little bit.
During an interview with Glamour, he added: "I think hopefully we'll be in a better place by next spring. I really hope so."
However, Lily Collins, who plays the titular role of Emily, had her own ideas about where the next instalment could be filmed.
"At some point, I was joking with Darren and said, 'Couldn't they just, like, hop on the Eurostar and, like, have a British excursion?'" she said to Harpers Bazaar.
"I think it could be Emily going to all these different places. It's Emily in ... and then insert the city. She could just take the train and go all over Europe, and Mindy and her could go together."
For now, we guess we'll have to wait and see...
Does Emily In Paris Season 2 Have A Release Date?
Emily In Paris doesn't have a release date yet for season 2, because it's yet to start filming.
But the good news is while Covid-19 would have got in the way a few months ago, recently filming has resumed for a series of other TV projects in the French Capital, suggesting they could start up again very soon.
We heard Darren Star routing for next Spring, and if this is the case, we could see Emily In Paris season 2 returning to Netflix towards the end of 2021, based on previous filming schedules.
But if there's a delay, it might not end up landing until 2022.
We'll update you as soon as we know more.
Is There An Emily In Paris Season 2 Trailer?
There isn't an Emily In Paris trailer yet, as it is yet to start filming, but you can watch the announcement video for season 2 here:
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Which Cast Members Will Be Returning For Emily In Paris Season 2?
We don't know the official Emily In Paris cast yet, but what we do know is that Lily Collins will be returning as Emily (duh).
If the teaser clip is anything to go by, Ashley Park (Mindy), Lucas Bravo (Gabriel) and Philippine Leroy-Beaulieu (Sylvie) will also be back.
Plus, we'd hedge our bets that Camille Razat (Camille) will be back to cause some drama for season 2 - especially now Emily and Gabriel are an item.
What Happened In Emily In Paris Season 1?
For those who haven't watched it yet, Emily in Paris follows Emily Cooper, a young marketing exec from Chicago who moves the French capital for an exciting job opportunity when her company acquires a French luxury marketing firm.
Confronted with the bright lights of the city and all its sparkling, romantic splendour, the 20-something (who doesn't speak a word of French) faces a culture clash and has to learn to adapt to her new life - and fast.
Tasked with revamping the company's social media strategy, Emily struggles to prove herself at work , all while dealing with the complicated issue of a love triangle involving her new friend Camille and hunky French chef (and her neighbour), Gabriel.
The 10-episode series ends with Emily and Gabriel spending the night together after he ends things with Camille.
But, their romance is short lived because he's leaving for Normandy to open his own restaurant.
Or is he?!
In the final scenes, Gabriel finds out he's actually able to continue working at his Paris bistro after all.
But will Camille get in the way? The series ends with a text popping up on Emily's phone from her, which reads: "Can we talk?"
What Is The Plot Of Emily In Paris Season 2?
The plot for Emily In Paris season 2 is also tightly under wraps, although, thanks to the letter from Sylvie, we do know that she'll probably be staying at the French marketing firm for another stint.
Despite no solid plot, creator Darren Star hasn't been too secretive about what he wants to see from another season, when quizzed.
"In season 2, she's going to be more of a part of the fabric of the world she's living in. She'll be more of a resident of the city," he told Oprah Magazine. "She'll have her feet on the ground a little more. She's making a life there."
Star also hinted that some of the supporting characters could have bigger parts in the upcoming series: Vanity Fair. "I'd like to explore so much more of the supporting cast, like Philippine Leroy-Beaulieu, who plays Emily's boss [Sylvie]. I think we've just scratched the surface of who she is and what makes her tick."
Plus, Ashley Park teased that her character, Mindy, might well integrate with Emily's coworkers a bit more.
"Mindy still hasn't met Sylvie or Julien or Luc so it'll be fun if those worlds merged a bit," she told TV Guide.
The juiciest spoiler of all, though is from Lucas Bravo, who plays Gabriel. He teased that there could be an interesting plot between Emily and Camille ahead, following his character's night of passion with her.
Hinting there could even be a throuple ahead, he told Cosmopolitan, "Like, Camille, when she kisses Emily on the mouth, and she's like, 'I'm not sorry.' And then when they're in bed, and I'm liking the picture, it's all little seeds. Anything could happen between the three of them. I think Darren wants this second season to be really open-minded."
Lily Collins seems convinced of this, too.
"There are tons of little moments where you're like, '...Does Camille like Emily?' You can't really get a vibe, and I feel like that ambiguity is what keeps Emily intrigued," she said to Vogue recently.
"I think anyone in that position would be like, you're my friend, but now I have this romantic connection [with Gabriel], and I don't want to hurt you, but... Oh my God! So, you know what, it's really confusing".
We. Cannot. Wait.
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