Emily in Paris: Netflix Releases Trailer for Season 2, Premiere Date Set for December

Emily in Paris became Netflix’s most-watched comedy in 2020

Netflix’s Emily in Paris officially has a release date and proper trailer. Lily Collins returns as Emily Cooper who continues to live in Paris, jumping from relationship to relationship while wearing outrageous dresses that fans can’t get enough of.

New Trailer

Emily in Paris

From the trailer, we can understand that season two picks up right where season one left off, and Emily continues to have the time of her life in Paris. We see her trying to keep her emotions in check after falling for her neighbour Gabriel (Lucas Bravo), who also happens to be her friend Camille’s (Camille Razat) boyfriend. But distraction comes in the way of a classmate, whom she meets in her French class. She also tries focusing on her work at Savoir, the boutique marketing firm where she is employed.

But we do see bits in the trailer where she clearly fails at maintaining distance from Gabriel, and the two start a secret relationship behind Camille’s back. We also see her looking with heart eyes at other suitors, so it’s clear that Emily’s indecisiveness is going to create a lot of problems for the people around her, and for herself. As she rightly says, “I used to be so decisive, but ever since I moved to Paris, my life has just been chaotic, and dramatic, and complicated!”

Emily in Paris is filled with drama, and cliché sequences, and a main heroine that you will love and hate, but fans have loved her because she’s unorganised and messed up. Collins herself said that the most meaningful gift as an actor is to connect with the people who see your art, and it was an honor to be in a project that gave people some much-needed relief during the pandemic.

Production team and other cast

Emily in Paris

The show also stars Bruno Gouery and Samuel Arnold as her co-workers Julien and Luc, and Ashley Park as her American BFF Mindy. New stars include Lucien Laviscount, Jeremy O. Harris, and Arnaud Binard.

Darren Star, creator of Sex and the City, returns to serve as showrunner for the second season of Emily in Paris as well.