French speakers beware - she's on the return.
After causing a lot of controversy for her first series on Netflix, Lily Collins will be back for a second season of 'Emily in Paris'. Which is sure to piss off a lot more Parisians.
Starring Collins as a fish out of water marketing assistant from Chicago, it's up to Emily to try and help and help the Paris branch of the marketing firm become more "current" - i.e. more American.
The romantic comedy is the brainchild of Darren Star, the same man who created 'Sex and the City', so you can see why it's been renewed (and it was probably watched a record amount of times too). The series only arrived on Netflix on October 2.
Netflix announced the news on social media, with a classic dad joke: "Béret exciting news. Emily in Paris will return for season 2. Oui oui!"
Béret exciting news. Emily in Paris will return for season 2. Oui oui! 🇫🇷 https://t.co/3VqYwekFHx
— Netflix UK & Ireland (@NetflixUK) November 11, 2020
The renewal of 'Emily in Paris' will be good news for Netflix subscribers who were a fan of the series. Just yesterday, 'Umbrella Academy' starring Robert Sheehan and Ellen Page was also renewed, this time for a third season.
However, there have been a number of cancellations over at Netflix of late, with 'Away', 'GLOW', and 'The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance' all getting the chop in the past couple of months.
In case you missed the boat, 'Emily in Paris' season one is still available to stream on Netflix.