‘Emily in Paris’ renewed for seasons 3 and 4 by Netflix


Netflix’s romantic comedy series “Emily in Paris”, starring actress Lily Collins, has been renewed for two additional seasons. The news was shared on the official Instagram page of the Emmy-nominated show. The message read: “Say ‘hello’ to 3 & 4! EMILY IS OFFICIALLY BACK FOR TWO ADDITIONAL SEASONS!”

The renewal comes after Season 2, starring Collins, as Marketing Director Emily Cooper, which premiered on December 22. “Emily in Paris” follows Emily (Lily Collins), an ambitious Chicago marketing manager in her twenties, who unexpectedly lands a job in Paris when her company acquires a French luxury marketing company, Variety reported.

On the show, she is tasked with revamping their social media strategy and embarks on a new life in Paris filled with adventures and challenges, as she juggles with her co-workers, makes friends and navigates through new romances. The show’s second season sees Emily travel from Paris to the French Riviera, via Saint-Tropez. In season 2, now more anchored in her life in Paris, Emily improves in her navigation in the city but still struggles with the peculiarities of French life. After stumbling into a love triangle with her neighbor and her first true French friend, Emily is determined to focus on her job, which gets more complicated by the day. In French class, she meets an expatriate comrade who both exasperates and intrigues her.

According to Variety, the next season will again be filmed at Studios de Paris on the outskirts of the French capital in the spring or summer. Other places are under study, including London. The show bowed in October 2020 and caused an immediate sensation on the streaming platform. “Emily in Paris” also won two Emmy nominations for Outstanding Comedy Series and Outstanding Production Design for Narrative Program.

The Netflix series is created by Darren Star, who is also a screenwriter and executive producer with Tony Hernandez, Lilly Burns and Andrew Fleming. Darren, whose track record includes hit shows like “Sex and the City,” “Beverly Hills, 90210” and “Melrose Place,” wraps up filming on his new show “Uncoupled” later this month, and is scheduled to go next. devote himself to writing season 3 of ‘Emily in Paris’.

The romantic comedy series is produced by MTV Studios, Darren Star Productions and Jax Media. (ANI)

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