‘Emily in Paris’ is back, whether you like it or not

I am Emily.
Photo: Netflix / YouTube

Grab a baguette and turn off your brain – the trailer for season two of Emily and Paris is here. If you’re looking for a delicious and awful little treat, something to massage your mind into a smooth mass, a show that makes you say, “I… hate this?” while continuing to watch all available episodes in a single day, Emily and Paris is back with open arms and questionable outfits.

When we last saw Emily, played by Lily Collins, she made a great impression on her boss, Sylvie, after tumbling around in her very upscale and incredibly French marketing company. Emily teamed up with her hot neighbor Gabriel, played by the overwhelmingly beautiful Lucas Bravo. Gabriel was about to go to Normandy, but decided to stay in Paris, probably for Emily. (The show is not named Emily in Normandy!) Oh, too, he’s still dating Camille in a way.

Who set a scene from The Lizzie McGuire movie in this trailer?
Photo: Netflix / YouTube

This show is nothing if not extremely consumable. It is lovably hateful, brave in its ability to say almost nothing. Emily is neither relatable nor hopeful, she is just Emily. She’s not confident enough to be camp, but damn, she’s getting close. (In season 1, Emily said that Paris “is similar Ratatouille, ”Wore an Eiffel Tower dress for her first day of work and jogged in a blouse.) Is it e.g. Emmy worthy? Absolutely not. Emily and Paris is good because it is bad, which means that it is neither. And both. It’s Schrödingerne’s cat of modern television.

So what’s next for our little influencer expat? It looks like a new love interest, played by yet another overwhelmingly handsome man, Lucien Laviscount. About Wonderland magazine, Jeremy O. Harris also plays an “iconic designer” this season. Emily still dresses as a child actress from the early 00s on the red carpet. Mindy, played by Ashley Park, is still a nice bright spot in this show. Maybe Emily will run into Joe Goldberg, who finished season two of You In Paris. Anything is really possible in Emily’s Paris.

Season two of Emily and Paris can be streamed on Netflix from December 22nd.

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