The announcement was made as a part of Netflix's TUDUM global event.
Just a couple of days after teasing with the first look photos of Emily in Paris season two, Netflix has announced the streaming date of the series. After leaving an impressive mark in 2020, Lily Collins is back as Emily Cooper and you can watch her in the second season from December 22, 2021. Along with the date announcement, the streaming platform also unveiled a teaser as a part of the TUDUM global event.
In the teaser, Emily is joined by her friends Mindy Chen (Ashley Park) and Camille (Camille Razat) for a vacation in France. They enjoy the downtime to the fullest and hinting at the holiday season is on for Emily and how! The teaser has the song Voilà by Club Yoko in the backdrop. However, being a social media addict, she continues to pose and post on her Instagram page. But, in the end, she stops herself and cheekily says 'I am on a vacation'.
The first season showed Emily travelling from Chicago to Paris to give an American viewpoint to a French marketing firm named Savoir.
Emily in Paris is created by Darren Star of Sex and the City. The series also features Philippine Leroy-Beaulieu, Lucas Bravo, Samuel Arnold, Bruno Gouery and William Abadie in pivotal roles. While the new cast members include Lucien Laviscount, Jeremy O Harris and Arnaud Binard.
Lily got a nomination at the 2021 Golden Globe Awards in Best Actress – Television Series, Musical or Comedy, while the series received a nod in Best Television Series – Musical or Comedy category and Outstanding Comedy Series at the recently concluded Primetime Emmy Awards. It was also nominated at Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Awards in the Outstanding Production Design For A Narrative Program (Half-Hour) category.
During its streaming in 2020, Emily in Paris went on to become a sleeper hit and Netflix’s most-viewed comedy series last year.