If you loved "Emily in Paris" as much as we did, you'll be excited to hear the instant Netflix hit is returning for a second season.
The official Instagram account for the show announced the series' renewal with a video montage featuring the show's cast members and a short caption explaining, "Deux is always better than un 😉."
The video opens with Ashley Park as Mindy, holding up a bottle of Sancerre (a type of dry, fruity white wine) to the camera before pouring out two glasses and clinking them together in celebration. Mindy says simply, "deux."
Next up is William Abadie, who plays Antoine Lambert, one of Emily's clients who owns a perfume company, spritzes some cologne and repeats, "deux." Then, Camille Razat, who portrays Emily's friend Camille, holds up two bottles of champagne, flashes a big smile and adds her own enthusiastic, "deux."
Lucas Bravo, who plays Emily's main love interest, Gabriel, follows by cracking two eggs into a skillet in a re-creation of a scene from the show's first season.
Of course, the clip would be remiss if it didn't include Emily's co-workers and boss at the fictional marketing agency, Savoir, Luc, Julien and Sylvie, played by Bruno Gouery, Samuel Arnold and Philippine Leroy-Beaulieu respectively.
Lily Collins as Emily Cooper rounds out the star-studded video, and as she looks down at two text message notifications, sighs and says forlornly, "Ugh, deux."
As part of the announcement, Netflix also shared a fictional letter from Emily's boss, Sylvie, announcing the news.
What is “Emily in Paris” about?
Emily, a 20-something marketing professional from the Midwest, travels to France for her dream job. Viewers follow along as Emily pursues a new life in Paris that’s “filled with intoxicating adventures and surprising challenges,” as the press release describes it. Along the way, she works hard “winning over her work colleagues, making friends and navigating new romances.”
The hype around the dramedy was picked up instantly, and the show has even been described as "2020's answer to 'The Devil Wears Prada.'"
“Emily in Paris” features costume design by Patricia Field, who also worked on both “Sex and the City” and “The Devil Wears Prada," with her signature flair for the fun and dramatic.
"All in all, it was a fantastic experience," Field said in an Instagram video. "I had a wonderful team there. I worked as a consultant. The designer was Marilyn (Fitoussi), who was excellent. All good, just a little report. Keep your eyes open for 'Emily in Paris.' It's going to be the pilot plus 10 episodes."
Who stars in the romantic comedy?
Lily Collins, most known for her roles in “To The Bone,” “Mirror Mirror” and “The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones,” stars as the title character who moves from Chicago to Paris. Collins also serves as a producer on the series.
When she was cast in “Emily in Paris,” the 31-year-old actor said in a statement: “All of Darren’s shows have deeply defined, greatly impacted, and undeniably helped me navigate my journey into womanhood. I couldn’t imagine a more inspiring city to be our 'Emily in Paris' home than Paris. What an absolute dream project!”
Collins wrapped filming the romantic comedy last November.
Before leaving Paris, she wrote, “It has been the experience of a lifetime and I will never ever forget it. Playing Emily these past 64 days has brought me such happiness.”
Ashley Park, who was nominated for a Tony Award for her role as Gretchen Wieners in Broadway’s adaptation of “Mean Girls,” costars as Mindy Chen. Her character is a fellow 20-something expatriate in Paris who befriends Emily.
Kate Walsh of “Grey’s Anatomy,” “Private Practice” and “13 Reasons Why” plays Emily’s mentor and co-worker in Chicago.
When and where can I watch “Emily in Paris?”
Season one of “Emily in Paris” was released on Netflix on Oct. 2. The series was initially picked up by Paramount Network, but later switched to the streaming service. No word yet on when the second season will be released, but we'll be watching!