Emily in Paris 2 also stars Lucas Bravo, William Abadie, Philippine Leroy-Beaulieu, Ashley Park and Camille Razat.
Are you ready to fall in love with the 'city of love' all over again? Netflix's Emily in Paris is back with another season to make you sweep you off your feet. The OTT giant has unveiled the first look from the anticipated season that will make the audience even more eager for the show.
Netflix shared eight unique photographs from the upcoming instalment that features the earlier cast of the show, while the audience can also see a few new faces.
In one of the images, Emily can be seen standing in front of the Eiffel Tower with a rather attractive man in a night filled with lights, while in another picture the actress can be seen in a usual chit-chat with her gal-pal Mindy Chen on the streets of Paris. The third image shows the two girls with Camille, the ex-girlfriend of the hotshot chef Gabriel. After that, the duo was seen sitting in a crowded restaurant and chatting with Antoine Lambert, the owner of a perfume company called Maison Lavaux.
Then comes the image that we’ve all been waiting for, where the protagonist can be seen beholding her new fling, Gabriel, while the famous chef can be seen setting a plate in a restaurant kitchen. After that, the actress can be seen with her colleagues and lastly video calling someone from her phone.
The fans are highly anticipating to see what happens next in Emily and Gabriel’s love life as well as what’s next in the 'social' life of the newly-become social media influencer.
Lilly Collins, who is portraying the character of Emily, shared the images through her Instagram handle as well and captioned, “Finally, a first look at @emilyinparis Saison Deux!!! 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!!….(sic).”
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Emily in Paris season 2, which also features Lucas Bravo, William Abadie, Philippine Leroy-Beaulieu, Ashley Park and Camille Razat, is gearing up to release later this year on Netflix.