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Emily In Paris is a Netflix original comedy-drama series developed by Darren Star and airing on the streaming service since 2015. The series, which is set and produced in Paris, stars Lily Collins as Emily, an American who travels to France in order to contribute an American point of view to Savoir, a French marketing company.

There, she fights to be successful in the business while also looking for love and dealing with a culture shock as a result of her “boring” and mundane background in the Midwest of the United States. Additionally, it features Philippine Leroy-Beaulieu, Ashley Park, Lucas Bravo, Samuel Arnold, Bruno Gouery, Camille Razat, and William Abadie as well as other notable actors.

Produced by MTV Entertainment Studios and originally developed for Paramount Network, where it was given a straight-to-series order in September 2018, the series was picked up by Netflix in July 2020 and is currently streaming on the streaming service. Filming began in August 2019 in Île-de-France, primarily in Paris and its suburbs, and will continue until the end of the year.

When Emily in Paris premiered on October 2, 2020, it received generally excellent reviews in the United States. However, the show received harsh criticism in France, with many French critics accusing the show of unfavourably stereotyping Parisians and the French.

Netflix announced in November 2020 that the series had been renewed for a second season, which began filming in May 2021 and premiered on December 22, 2021, respectively.

Emily In Paris

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Emily In Paris Premise

Emily in Paris is a documentary that follows Emily, a motivated twenty-something American from Chicago, as she relocates to Paris to take advantage of an unexpected work opportunity. Bringing an American perspective to an established French marketing agency is her responsibility.

She accepts the challenge with gusto. As she adjusts to the challenges of living in Paris while managing her career, new friendships, and love life, she finds herself at odds with her own culture.

Emily In Paris Casts

  • Lily Collins as Emily Cooper
  • Philippine Leroy-Beaulieu as Sylvie
  • Ashley Park as Mindy Chen
  • Lucas Bravo as Gabriel
  • Samuel Arnold as Julien
  • Bruno Gouery as Luc
  • Camille Razat as Camille
  • William Abadie as Antoine Lambert



On September 5, 2018, it was revealed that the production has received a series order from Paramount Network for a first season consisting of ten episodes. Series creator Darren Star has a multi-year overall deal with Viacom CBS and creates both for Viacom CBS and for other buyers through his company, MTV Entertainment Studios. The series will premiere in the fall of 2012.

Along with Tony Hernandez, Star was supposed to act as an executive producer on the film as well. Jax Media was one of the production companies who were expected to be involved with the series. In a report published on July 13, 2020, it was revealed that the series would be moving from Paramount Network to Netflix in 2020.  On November 11, 2020, Netflix announced that the series would be renewed for a second season.


Lily Collins was officially cast in the title role on April 3, 2019, according to Deadline.On August 13, 2019, Ashley Park was announced as a new member of the main cast.

Philippine Leroy-Beaulieu, Lucas Bravo, Samuel Arnold, Camille Razat, and Bruno Gouery were cast in main roles on September 19, 2019, with Kate Walsh, William Abadie, and Arnaud Viard joining the cast in recurring roles the following day. Lucien Laviscount was cast in a recurring role on May 24, 2021, while Abadie was upgraded to series regular for the second season of the show on May 24, 2021.

Emily In Paris


Ashley Park’s a cappella rendition of “La Vie en Rose,” performed as Mindy Chen in episode six, was shared on emilyinparis′s Instagram and debuted at number one on Billboard’s Top TV Songs chart, sponsored by Tunefind, in October 2020.

The Kid Francescoli (fr) Moon from episode three debuted at number four, and Cavale’s Burst Into Flames from episode ten debuted at number seven in the chart. Alter K, a French music publisher and distributor, contributed significant contributions to the soundtrack, with more than half of the songs coming from Alter K’s extensive collection of music. The theme music was composed by James Newton Howard.

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Netflix will debut the first season of the series on October 2, 2020, in the United States.The second season was launched on December 22, 2021, according to the official website.

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