Trailer day continues here on T Lo Television and Movie Promotions Dot Com as the trailer drops for the second season that everyone loved to hate but couldn’t get enough of during lockdown, Emily in Paris.
Since this show is almost entirely about the clothes and the setting, scroll through to take it all in before we have our say.
The first season of Emily in Paris dropped in October 2020, when we were not only in our seventh month of lockdown, but we were all getting used to the idea that there would be no holiday season. Oh, and we were in the final weeks of the most contentious presidential election in living memory. We’re pointing all of this out because it’s entirely possible that the brief, fiery fascination with the show was because it was pure capitalist fantasy hitting at a time when we all wanted fantasy but kinda had it with capitalism. We wonder if the second season will be met with the same angry fascination. We just got finished noting that J Lo’s latest rom com looks absolutely absurd but also pretty fun if you’re into the fantasy. Emily in Paris is more or less in the same vein, although it comes off even more obsessed with the lifestyle of a one-percenter. But whatever. The fashion looks spectacular and while this might not be the kind of compliment the show’s creators would like to hear, Emily in Paris is like the perfect thing to play in the background while you’re doing housekeeping. You could run the vacuum for ten straight minutes glancing at the screen every now and then and you really wouldn’t miss any of the plot.
EMILY IN PARIS SEASON 2
Premieres Wednesday, December 22 on Netflix
Creator/Executive Producer/Writer: Darren Star
Executive Producers: Tony Hernandez (JAX Media), Lilly Burns (JAX Media), Andrew Fleming
Producers: Raphaël Benoliel, Stephen Brown, Lily Collins, Shihan Fey, Jake Fuller
Returning Series Regulars: Lily Collins (Emily Cooper), Philippine Leroy-Beaulieu (Sylvie Grateau) Ashley Park (Mindy), Lucas Bravo (Gabriel), Camille Razat (Camille), Samuel Arnold (Luc), Bruno Gouery (Julien), William Abadie (Antoine Lambert)
Recurring Cast: Kate Walsh (Madeline), Jeremy O. Harris (Gregory Elliott Dupree), Arnaud Binard (Laurent G), Lucien Laviscount (Alfie)
[Photo Credit: – Video Credit: Netflix]