Netflix Unveils “Emily in Paris” Season 2 Release Date, Teaser

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Pack your bags, because the second season of Emily in Paris is headed to Netflix in just a few months.

The series, which stars Lily Collins as Emily Cooper, will return to the streaming service on December 22 of this year. Netflix unveiled the big news at its TUDUM event on Saturday, September 25, along with a short teaser trailer to hint at what’s to come for Emily and her pals. The clip doesn’t give too much away, but it does indicate that Emily will be taking a très chic vacation — complete with a plethora of Instagram-worthy outfits, of course. The teaser ends with the phrase, “Your French holiday awaits!” scrawled over a picturesque ocean view that undoubtedly would make the perfect backdrop for all of Emily’s selfies.

Lily also shared a series of photos from the upcoming season on Instagram, giving fans an even closer look at the fashion. In the pictures, we see Emily donning an array of colorful outfits, from a ruffled lavender sundress to a color-coordinated ensemble featuring a canary-yellow beret. “Finally, a first look at @emilyinparis Saison Deux!!!” Lily wrote in her caption. “So excited to be sharing the screen with this incredible cast. Can’t wait for you guys to see everything that’s coming. You’re in for a real treat. Until then, bisous bisous!!….”

Emily in Paris premiered on Netflix in October 2020, and also stars Philippine Leroy-Beaulieu, Ashley Park, Lucas Bravo, Samuel Arnold, Bruno Gouery, and Camille Razat. While the first season received mixed reviews from viewers, Netflix announced the series’ renewal in November 2020 in the form of a letter from Emily’s boss, Sylvie Grateau. “We are writing to regrettably inform you that Emily Cooper will need to remain in Paris for an extended period of time,” Sylvie “wrote” in her note to Emily’s marketing firm in Chicago.

In an interview with PEOPLE, series creator Darren Star shared that Emily in Paris’s second season will dig deeper into the title character, and that the upcoming installment is “by far a stronger season” than the first. “There's a new love interest for [Emily], there's a lot more intrigue at work, in relationships," he explained. "I think she also just gets more immersed in learning French and really struggling with the language in a way she didn't get to do first in the first season, because she's really trying this season.” Bonne chance, Emily!

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