Netflix's Emily In Paris renewed for season two despite backlash
Netflix’s Emily In Paris has been renewed for a second season – despite the barrage of backlash sent its way following the first season.
The streaming giant confirmed the series will be returning to screens as they kept with the French theme and wrote: ‘Béret exciting news. Emily in Paris will return for season 2. Oui oui!’
The cast, including Lily Collins, Lucas Bravo, and Ashley Park, also featured in a video which saw them celebrating and declaring ‘Deux’ (‘two’) to the camera.
After a range of bizarre celebrations, the clip ends with the caption: ‘Deux is always better than un.
‘Emily In Paris will return for season 2!’
Another tweet read: ‘Friendly reminder Emily in Paris is supposed to be pronounced with a French accent so “Emily” and “Paris” rhyme.’
The series follows marketing pro and influencer-in-the-making Emily (Lily) who lands in the capital from the US for a new job and immediately falls into the bad books of snooty boss Sylvie (Philippine Leroy-Beaulieu) and co-worker Julien (Samuel Arnold).
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