Emily in Paris season 2 has finally been confirmed - yay!
Netflix announced the happy news with a video on Twitter, writing alongside it: "Emily in Paris will return for Season 2!"
Emily in Paris will return for Season 2! pic.twitter.com/QDOzpzjlizNovember 11, 2020
But when is the second season of the bingeable Netflix series finally coming to Netflix? The series follows Emily Cooper, played by Lily Collins, a Chicago-based marketing executive who moves to Paris and adjusts to life there. It’s filled with enviable fashion and beauty looks - as well as love interests. And of course - Emily's phone case.
Though critics have slated the show, it’s quickly become a hit since it was released on 2 October - even making it to the most-watched show on Netflix in France. So we can't think of a reason the streaming giant would not renew this unexpected hit.
When is Emily in Paris season 2 coming to Netflix?
Despite being now officially renewed, we don't yet have a release date for season 2 of Emily in Paris. The current COVID-19 pandemic makes it even harder to predict when all our favourite shows will resume filming, so watch this space!
What will happen in Emily in Paris season 2?
In season two, Emily is apparently going to be “more a part of the fabric of the world she’s living in”, Star told Oprah magazine.
“She’ll be more of a resident of the city. She’ll have her feet on the ground a little more. She’s making a life there.”
Collins has also been chatting about a possible second season.
She told Vanity Fair: “There were so many situations that we were like, ‘Okay, write that down. That’s going to happen in season two.’
“Also, there were so many experiences where we were like, ‘Does Emily go abroad? Do you think Emily takes the Eurostar and hops out and goes to Belgium or she goes to London?’ That would be so much fun.”
Everyone's new crush Gabriel - real name Lucas Bravo - has also hinted at what he thinks could happen next and it seems like Camille and Emily could become a thing?!
But with a big cliffhanger at the end of season one, the next instalment can’t come soon enough.