Emily in Paris fans think Netflix show should be renamed
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Emily in Paris fans think the hit Netflix series should be renamed to honour who they feel is the real MVP of the show.
Many of you have raced through the third season after it dropped last week, watching as Emily (Lily Collins) juggled work dramas alongside her new relationship with Alfie. Ooh la la!
“This is the hardest decision I’ve ever had to make!” Emily lamented in the trailer – although whether she was talking about her love life or her career crossroads was not clear.
A synopsis for the new instalment from Netflix fan site Tudum also teased: “Emily (Lily Collins) returns this holiday season, bien sûr — but will she be in Paris or back home in Chicago?
"Will she be single or dating Alfie (Lucien Laviscount) or Gabriel (Lucas Bravo)? Will she be working for Sylvie (Philippine Leroy-Beaulieu) or Madeline (Kate Walsh)?”
But amid all this concern over what Emily’s up to, fans have realised there's someone else we should also be focusing on: the queen that is Sylvie Grateau.
One tweeted: "I don’t want Emily in Paris. I want Sylvie in Paris.”
Echoing this idea, someone else said: "Sylvie Grateau ate the whole season #EmilyInParis."
Another wrote: “Emily in Paris s3 is out so it's a great time to remind you it should have been Sylvie Mommy in Paris.”
A fourth added: "It's time for my annual binge watch of Emily in Paris, also known as Sylvie in Paris.”
Others argued that Sylvie was the true protagonist of the show, with one saying: “We have to agree that Sylvie was the greatest of this Emily in Paris season.”
Another commented: “Sylvie Grateau is simply the protagonist of Emily in Paris.”
Collins has previously praised the efforts of her castmates, saying she considers them all a 'family'.
Sharing her excitement for the new series with a post on Instagram after the show wrapped filming in September, she posted a behind-the-scenes photo of the gang.
In a caption, she wrote: "Words can’t express how many emotions I feel when I finish each @emilyinparis season and this year is no different.
"We truly have the best, most dedicated crew there is and a cast I can call a family. Thank you for supporting, uplifting, and encouraging endlessly and working tirelessly to make it all happen.
"I can’t wait to share what we’ve created. Proud doesn’t even do it justice. Je vous aime tous! (I love you all.)"
Emily In Paris is now streaming on Netflix.
Topics: TV And Film, Emily in Paris, Netflix