Félicitations, Emily in Paris. The much-discussed Netflix series has been renewed for a season 2, complete with a very extra announcement letter about everyone’s favorite infuriating American in Paris.
To share the news, Netflix wrote a letter from Sylvie Grateau, who is Emily’s often-exasperated boss, addressed to her marketing firm in Chicago. In the first season, Emily (Lily Collins) was sent to Paris to offer an American perspective to French firm Savoir’s advertising work. What resulted was a comedy of errors, largely thanks to Emily’s arrogance, complete unfamiliarity with French customs, and unwillingness to learn. Nonetheless, she grew a successful Instagram platform, won over most of the French, and ended up with several boyfriend (and girlfriend) options. Vive la France.
The promotional “letter from Sylvie” seemingly acknowledges some of the criticisms of the show and its love-to-hate quality. “We are writing to regrettably inform you that Emily Cooper will need to remain in Paris for an extended period of time,” even though it’s “despite her overconfident manner and lack of prior experience in luxury goods marketing.”
In a video on Instagram, the Emily in Paris cast reunited for a video celebrating the news, though some were happier about it than others — “Mon dieu,” Philippine Leroy-Beaulieu (a.k.a. Sylvie) said in the clip, acting totally in character.
Emily in Paris season 2 doesn’t yet have a release date, but rest assured you’ll be able to see Emily gain thousands of Instagram followers for pictures of croissants sooner than you think.
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