Emily in Paris Season 2 is scheduled to be released on Netflix this week, Here we have every detail you need to know about the upcoming season like its Release Date and premiere time on Netflix with the returning and new cast update, And will the show deal with COVID-19 or not is the most important question.
The was first premiered on Netflix in October 2020 and has been nominated for various prestigious awards besides the Golden Globe awards in 2021. Emily in Paris Season 1 was one of the most-watched rom-com on Netflix.
The show deals with the story of Emily played by Lily Collins who moved to Paris from Chicago in search of a new character in her life. Season 1 was consists of 10 episodes that deal with her arrival and adjustments in the new city Paris where she found a new few new friends Mindy played by Ashley Park and Gabriel played by Lucas Bravo. and Emily’s inclination towards Gabriel.
What could happen in Emily in Paris Season 2?
Season 2 of ‘Emily in Paris’ will start where the story ends in season 1, where we had seen Gabriel and Emily spend their night together after Gabriel break-up with his girlfriend Camille Razat.
But soon after the night, Gabriel had to leave for Normandy to start his own restaurant, but because of their new relationship he chose to stay in Paris and Camille had texted Emily “Can we talk?” in the last episode.
All these key points show the viewers will see the love triangle between the three in the ‘Emily in Paris Season 2’
What does the trailer suggest about the upcoming plot?
The official trailer of Season 2 shows how Emily is dealing with the new relationship with Gabriel, her dynamics with Camille have changed now, the old flames and humor between the friends have been changed because of a new love triangle and the introduction of the new guy in her life. The story will deal with new consequences which will occur due to her choices in Paris.
The Confirmed Release Date and Time
Emily in Paris Season 2 was confirmed and announced on November 11 2021 in a unique way, the seson 2 was confirmed by a letter from Emily’s office which said “Emily’s time has been extended by the company and she will further develop and deal with her relationships in Paris”
After that, the cast had also posted a video on the official Twitter handle of Netflix to announce their return in ‘Emily in Paris Season 2’.
Emily in Paris will return for Season 2! pic.twitter.com/QDOzpzjliz
— Netflix (@netflix) November 11, 2020
Netflix’s release date for Emily in Paris Season 2 is 22 December 2021 just before Christmas. and Netflix is famous for its Christmas gifts so we can say that the fans will enjoy the show very much.
#EmilyInParis Season 2 News:
Jeremy O. Harris will play an iconic fashion designer, Lucien Laviscount joins as a Brit who gets under Emily’s skin before she starts to like sarcastic charm, and Arnaud Binard guest stars as the party boy owner of a popular Saint Tropez nightclub. pic.twitter.com/lwiX1hZlsQ
— Queue (@netflixqueue) May 24, 2021
The show will be available for binge-watch at 12:00AM IST on 22 Dec 2021.
The Cast of Emily in Paris Season 2
The main leads of the show will definitely return in season 2 and a few new faces may also join the cast:
- Lily Collins will reprise her role as Emily
- Philippine Leroy-Beaulieu will be back as Sylvie
- Ashley Park will also return as Mindy
- Lucas Bravo will be back as Gabriel
- Samuel Arnold will reprise as Julien
- Bruno Gallery should return as Luc
- Camille Razat will be back as Camille as seen in the trailer
- William Abadie is coming back in the role of Antoine
Lucien Laviscount will play the role of Alfie in Season 2
Jeremy O. Harris will have a cameo or guest role as a fashion designer
Arnaud Binard will also have a guest role named Laurent G who will be the owner of Night Club.
Will the upcoming season deal with COVID-19 situations?
As everyone in the world has been affected by COVID-19 situations and few shows has already shown it in their new plot. But as per the interview of Lily Collins with Variety, she revealed that the show premise will not deal with the COVID-19 situations in the upcoming show. When she was asked about the reason behind the decision she said
“The reason for the omission of the global pandemic in the realm of the fictional Emily in Paris is because it brings views ‘a sense of escapism’ to views”.
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