Lily’s co-stars from season one will be back, including Ashley Park, Philippine Leroy-Beaulieu, Lucas Bravo, Samuel Arnold, Camille Razat and Bruno Gouery.
Former Waterloo Road star Lucien Laviscount is joining the cast as eMILY’S new love interest named Alfie.
The sarcastic and charming cynic, who refuses to speak French or embrace French culture, will sweep Emily off her feet in the upcoming episodes, TVLine reports.
Emily and Alfie’s relationship will start off rocky but, judging by the picture of them gazing into each other’s eyes in front of the Eiffel Tower, sparks will fly eventually.
Now she is more accustomed to life in Paris, Emily is now able to navigate the city better but she still struggles with some facets of French life, according to the official description for the new season.
After the love triangle in the first batch of episodes, involving chef Gabriel (Lucas Bravo) and his ex-girlfriend Camille (Camille Razat), Emily is determined to focus more on her job, until Alfie comes along.
In case you didn’t know, Emily in Paris follows the Parisian adventures of an American expat from Chicago, who moves to the ‘City of Love’ after being transferred to a different office by her advertising agency employers.
One thing's for sure, Emily's flawless fashion choices will be back in full force in saison deux - and we can't wait to see more.
Despite getting some mixed reviews from critics, the show reached 58 million households across the globe in its first 28 days, making it their most popular comedy series of 2020.
You can stream Emily in Paris season 1 on Netflix now. Season 2 will premiere later this year.