Emily In Paris is officially heading back to Netflix for a second season and fans can’t wait to see what the marketing executive will get up to next.
The show’s depiction of Paris and the French certainly caused a stir for all sorts of reasons since the series dropped in October, but fans might need to prepare for another city to be explored by the crew.
Yep, Emily (Lily Collins) might soon be taking her plucky American attitude to another European city according to the show’s star Lucas Bravo.
The French actor – who plays Chef Gabriel – told Metro.co.uk: ‘I had a conversation with our creator Darren Star while we were filming and asked him how long he sees Emily being in Paris.
‘I wanted to know how many places he wanted to show, how many love stories would be told. He said to me that there’s still so much we haven’t seen around Paris or in Europe.’
Lucas continued: ‘Darren said this first season is just a glimpse of all the ideas and places he would like to go. Darren used to live in Paris, he has his own experience of exploring. I was surprisingly happy to hear that. It’s a really great perspective. There’s still so much more to tell.
‘I then asked him, “And when everything is told in Paris, is she gonna travel together again? Will it be Emily in Rome?” And he said it’s all out in the open and everything’s possible.’
But the show certainly has a lot of loose ends to tie up in Paris before Emily can hop off on a plane again.
After Emily and Lucas could finally give in to their feelings for what was meant to be a very memorable farewell, we found Lucas was staying in Paris after all.
And he’s gone into business with Antoine (William Abadie), one of the many French men who has a thing for Emily.
Lucas admitted things could get tricky when Gabriel’s ex Camille (Camille Razat) finds out what happened as he told us: ‘Camille is really strong and she knows what she wants. We only got to see her nice side so I guess another side could explode when she realizes what has happened.
‘I don’t want Emily or Gabrielle to be around when she does. She definitely she has some ammunition… but it could go both ways. Things might go in a different direction.’
Emily In Paris is available to stream on Netflix.
Credit: Original article published here.