Emily In Paris Season 2 Is Almost Here!

With just a month to go, here's what the second season of Netflix original Emily In Paris has in store.


On 2 October 2020, Netflix released a show that resonated with a large population across the globe, namely Emily In Paris. Soon after, in an official statement Netflix announced that within just 28 days of the show being aired, it had been watched in over 58 million households! Quite a whopping number we'd say. Not only did it receive a lot of appreciation as a show, but was seen as the ultimate go-to for some serious Haute Couture inspiration. And if you are a fan of the show then we have some good news! As promised by the cast and crew of the show Emily In Paris in November 2020, the show is coming in haute with season 2, and there's just a month to go till it launches.


Yes you heard it right, the new season premiers on 22 December 2021 and it looks like we're all going to spend our holidays binge watching the Netflix original. Here's the official trailer giving you an insight into what you can expect from the upcoming season.



A couple of days ago Netflix released the official trailer and 13 new images from the show that only proves one thing - from fashion to drama and romance, season 2 is bigger and better! Starring Lilly Colins and internet sensation Lucas Bravo as Gabriel, in the official trailer, Sylvie tells Emily that if she's going to be in Paris for the year, she needs to do it right. We wonder what this would mean for Emily? More chaos or seamlessly navigating her life in a new city.

What's more? The new season will see Emily’s getting better at navigating the city but still struggling with adjusting to the French life. Taking on a new role, Emily is determined to focus on her work, but her life gets more complicated when she meets a fellow expat in her French class who both infuriates and intrigues her. Here are a few captures that will give you an insight as to what's in store for Emily, Sylvie, Gabriel, Camille and more.

Seems like we know how we're spending the holiday season this year, what about you?

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