Season two of Netflix’s Emily in Paris made its long-awaited debut on the streaming platform today, but fans are desperate to know if Emily and the gang will return again.
*Warning spoilers ahead for season two of Emily In Paris*
The comedy-drama tells the story of Emily Cooper, (Lily Collins) an ambitious twenty-something marketing executive from Chicago, who unexpectedly lands her dream job in Paris when her company acquires a French luxury marketing firm — and she is tasked with revamping their social media strategy.
Emily’s new life in Paris is filled with intoxicating adventures and surprising challenges as she juggles winning over her snooty boss Sylvie (Philippine Leroy-Beaulieu) and co-worker Julien (Samuel Arnold) while making friends, and navigating new romances.
But what will the next chapter look like for Emily
Will there be a season 3 of Emily In Paris?
While no official synopsis has been released, we’ll have to assume the potential upcoming season will focus on Emily’s future in Paris or Chicago.
The leading lady has also found love in the capital with chef Gabriel (Lucas Bravo) and bagged herself a charming Brit called Alfie (Lucien Laviscount), prior to realising her feelings for Gabriel.
In the final five minutes of season two, Emily finally tells Gabriel she loves him despite having told him to move on and get back together with Camille and was shocked to discover he did just that.
Naturally, she pretends to be happy for the pair but quickly has an emotional moment along on a bridge.
In the last few seconds, she calls boss Sylvie with her answer over whether she’ll stay and work in Paris, but the scene cuts to black before we hear her final decision. Let’s hope we won’t have long to wait to see what lies ahead for Emily.
What have the cast said about Emily in Paris season 3?
The future of the show remains uncertain, however the 32-year-old actress, who is also a producer on the programme, provided the perfect response of what’s to come.
Speaking to Glamour magazine, Lily said: ‘I hope viewers find more of themselves in different characters and feel seen and represented in the show.
‘And I hope that we get a season three, because I really hope we get to come back and do this again.’
While some fans praised the series for providing ‘light-hearted escapism’ it faced an intense backlash from critics who accused it of overusing French stereotypes.
Lily later responded to the backlash, telling Vogue Arabia: ‘As disheartening as it sometimes is to read these things, it’s also a gift; you’re being allowed to improve.’
French actor Lucas explained that while he ‘understands all the critics’, he is ‘so happy and grateful’ to have taken part in the show.
‘I understand all the critics – I am French, I know what they feel, how they feel, and why they would feel that, but it’s a positive feeling,’ he told People.
Season one and two of Emily in Paris is available to stream on Netflix.
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