Emily In Paris Season 2 Release Date, Cast, Plot And All The Gossip

5 August 2021, 17:37

Emily in Paris season two has begun production, but what's the release date?

Emily in Paris, the Netflix series starring Lily Collins that had us all falling head over heels with the city of love, has been renewed for season two!

The new series has officially wrapped filming and is in post-production as we speak – which has us all wondering about the Emily in Paris season two release date...

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Netflix released a video – at the top of this page in case you missed it – with the cast revealing they're back on set, which means we'll soon get to see a brand new wardrobe on style icon Emily, more scenes to have us dreaming of a post-pandemic vacay to France, and more of Gabriel, obvs.

We've got all the latest updates on Emily in Paris series two, from the release date rumours, the cast members returning and what's going to happen – especially between Emily and Gabriel...

What is the release date for Emily in Paris season 2?

Emily in Paris season 2 is yet to have a release date confirmed, but as filming has recently wrapped at the time of writing we reckon it'll be back on screens at the start of 2022.

The first series was released in September 2020, but it looks like we'll have to wait a little longer than a year for the next season.

Keep your eyes peeled on this page for more updates on season 2 of Emily in Paris!

Emily in Paris will be back for another series
Emily in Paris will be back for another series. Picture: Netflix
Lucas Bravo is returning to Emily in Paris as Gabriel
Lucas Bravo is returning to Emily in Paris as Gabriel. Picture: Netflix

Who is in the cast of Emily in Paris series two?

Lily Collins will of course return as Emily, with best pal Mindy by her side played by Ashley Park.

From the teaser video we know her difficult boss Sylvie will also return, played by Philippine Leroy-Beaulieu.

Sylvie's lover and esteemed colleague Antoine is coming back after promising to invest in Gabriel, so we’ll no doubt see much more of the French heartthrob played by William Abadie.

Gabriel, aka Lucas Bravo, will of course be back and so will his girlfriend Camille (Camille Razat) who became besties with Emily in a very awkward, secret love triangle situation.

Samuel Arnold returns as Emily's co-worker Julien, as well as their office pal Luc played by Bruno Gouery.

Camille Razat will return as Camille in Emily in Paris
Camille Razat will return as Camille in Emily in Paris. Picture: Netflix

Has filming wrapped on the second season of Emily In Paris?

Filming for the highly-anticipated second season of the Netflix hit wrapped in early August!

Instagram was flooded on August 4th with posts from cast and crew members commemorating the journey of making Emily In Paris 2.0.

Lily Collins posted an emotional dedication after they concluded filming: "Last day on set and I can’t imagine wrapping on a more perfect note with my @emilyinparis partner in crime. I’m not crying, you’re crying!…"

What will happen in Emily in Paris season 2?

Season 2 of Emily in Paris is under production
Season 2 of Emily in Paris is under production. Picture: Netflix

Series one of Emily in Paris left with Emily and Gabriel finally surrendering to their feelings for each other as Gabriel's girlfriend Camille had left town and marketing guru Emily was expecting him to move out of the city the following day to open up his restaurant in Normandy.

However, Emily's colleague Antoine surprised the budding young chef by saying he would invest in him so he could continue working at the restaurant he loves in Paris.

The series' creator told TV Line of his plans for season two regarding Emily, Gabriel and Camille: "Nothing is sort of exactly as it seems to [Emily]. And I think a lot of her ideas about life are constantly tested. And they will be next season, as well.

"What happens in the next chapter, I think, can be a real exploration of how does the relationship between these three characters evolve. That, to me, is such a fun thing to explore in Season 2, because these are not Americans. They're French people. To me, a big part of the show is looking at everything through a different lens. Season 2 will open up some interesting and surprising relationship avenues."

Bring on season two already!

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