Netflix unveils season 2 trailer for 'Emily In Paris'

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A still from the trailer of 'Emily In Paris' season 2 (Image Source: YouTube)
A still from the trailer of 'Emily In Paris' season 2 (Image Source: YouTube)

Washington [US], November 18 (ANI): The trailer for the highly-anticipated season 2 of 'Emily in Paris' was dropped by Netflix on Thursday, showing Collins' Emily Cooper living up every moment in Paris.

According to the almost 2-minute long trailer, the new season seems to pick up right where season 1 ended, with Emily trying to come to terms with her emotions after falling for her neighbor Gabriel (Lucas Bravo) who is dating her friend Camille (Camille Razat).

"This is just such a huge mess. I can't just magically transform into someone who doesn't care," she says. However, Emily finds clarity in focusing on work at boutique marketing firm Savoir, and an alluring fellow expat she meets in French class.

In the clip, Collins exclaims, "I used to be so decisive, but ever since I moved to Paris, my life has just been chaotic, and dramatic, and complicated!"

"Oh Emily, you're getting more French by the day!" her boss Sylvie (Philippine Leroy-Beaulieu) replies.

Other returning stars include Bruno Gouery and Samuel Arnold as her co-workers Julien and Luc, and Ashley Park as her American bestie Mindy. Lucien Laviscount, Jeremy O. Harris, and Arnaud Binard also join the cast for the next chapter of adventures.

'Sex and the City' creator Darren Star would return to helm the second season of the Emmy-nominated series, which became Netflix's most-viewed comedy series of 2020. According to People magazine, Season 1 of 'Emily in Paris' had reached 58 million households around the world in its first 28 days when it premiered in October 2020.

"As an actor, an artist, and a creative, the most meaningful gift is to connect with people through your art in some way," Collins said in a press release at the time, as per People magazine.

She added, "It's an honor to be associated with a project that provided people with some much-needed relief during a trying time when everyone was looking for a reason to smile and laugh."

Season 2 of the show will start streaming on Netflix from December 22. (ANI)

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