Emily In Paris Release Date, Storyline And Everything You Might Be Looking For

Emily in Paris is a Netflix comedy-drama series written and directed by Darren Star. The series, which is set and produced in Paris, stars Lily Collins as Emily, an American who travels to France to bring an American perspective to Savoir, a French marketing business.

There, she tries to excel in the business while looking for love and dealing with a cultural clash with her “boring” and humdrum childhood in the Midwest of the United States.

Philippine Leroy-Beaulieu, Ashley Park, Lucas Bravo, Samuel Arnold, Bruno Gouery, Camille Razat, and William Abadie are among the cast members.

MTV Entertainment Studios produced the series, which was initially created for Paramount Network and received a straight-to-series order in September 2018, before moving to Netflix in July 2020. Filming started in August 2019 in Île-de-France, mostly in Paris and its environs.

Emily in Paris aired on October 2, 2020, to mostly good reviews in the United States, but was widely panned in France, with many French reviewers accusing the program of stereotyping Parisians and the French.

Netflix renewed the series for a second season in November 2020, with production beginning in May 2021 and a launch date of December 22, 2021.

Netflix renewed the series for a third and fourth season in January 2022.

Emily in Paris follows Emily, a motivated 20-year-old Chicagoan who relocates to Paris for its unexpected career opportunity. She’s been assigned the duty of bringing an American perspective to a historic French marketing agency. As she adapts to the hardships of living in Paris while managing her work, new friendships, and romantic life, cultures collide.

Emily In Paris Cast and characters

Main Characters

  • Lily Collins as Emily Coope
  • 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

Recurring Characters

  • Kate Walsh as Madeline Wheeler
  • Jean-Christophe Bouvet as Pierre Cadault
  • Charles Martins as Mathieu Cadault
  • Céline Menville as Jacqueline
  • Kevin Dias as Benoît
  • Jin Xuan Mao as Étienne
  • Lucien Laviscount as Alfie
  • Alice Révérend as Natalie

Guest Characters

  • Charley Fouquet as Catherine Lambert
  • Édith Le Merdy as Emily’s concierge
  • Camille Japy as Louise
  • Christophe Guybet as Gerard
  • Victor Meutelet as Timothée
  • Hanaé Cloarec-Bailly and Tytouan Cloarec-Bailly as Sybil and Laurent Dupont
  • Arnaud Viard as Paul Brossard

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Emily In Paris Storyline

Madeline, Emily’s employer, is getting ready to move from the Gilbert Group, a Chicago-based pharmaceutical marketing agency, to Savoir, a French fashion firm, when she finds out she’s pregnant. Emily accepts the job offer from The Gilbert Group, abandoning her boyfriend in Chicago.

Emily relocates to Paris despite the fact that she is illiterate in the language. She relocates to the 5th floor of an ancient apartment building with no elevator but a stunning view of Paris. Emily starts recording her experience in Paris by creating an Instagram account.

She begins her first day of work to the dismay of her new coworkers, who explain that she was employed solely on the basis of a business agreement. She explains American social media practices to the French, who are wary of her and her American ways.

Emily inadvertently enters the incorrect apartment and meets Gabriel, her exceedingly gorgeous neighbor. Emily makes several faux pas as she adjusts to life in Paris, earning the moniker “la place” or “the hick” from her coworkers. Emily meets Mindy Chen, a Shanghai-born nanny, and the two quickly become friends.

Emily plugs in her vibrator and accidentally short-circuits the block’s electricity after she and her boyfriend try to have cybersex but the connection fails.

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Emily In Paris Ending

Mathieu takes Emily on a Seine river tour and then shows her his apartment’s view of Paris. A panicked phone from Pierre, who is threatening to cancel his fashion show, interrupts their date. Pierre is locked up in his atelier on the point of a nervous breakdown, according to Mathieu, and will not reveal his new collection to anybody. Emily is fired by Sylvie, who blames her for shattering Pierre’s trust.

Emily’s coworkers advise her that firing an employee in France may be a lengthy and tedious procedure, so she can take advantage of this loophole. The following day, Emily receives a call from Mathieu, who informs her that Pierre has asked to meet her. Sylvie overhears this and goes to meet Pierre with Emily.

They view an outfit from Pierre’s new collection in the atelier. Pierre takes over the outdoors of his previous location to exhibit his new dress line, which the public adores and makes him the talk of Fashion Week. Emily throws a dinner party for Mathieu and Pierre at Gabriel’s restaurant to commemorate the occasion.

Mindy agrees to emcee and perform two nights a week at a drag club, but when she informs her bosses, they fire her, so she moves in with Emily.

Gabriel chooses to return to Normandy in order to pursue his goal of founding his own restaurant. Emily and Gabriel sleep together after realizing that this may be Gabriel’s final night in Paris.

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Final Thoughts

Principal shooting for the first season, which took place in Paris and its environs, was supposed to start in early 2019, however, it didn’t start until August 2019.

Many scenes are shot at the 5th Arrondissement’s Place de l’Estrapade, including Emily’s first apartment, the restaurant (“Les Deux Compères”), and the bakery (“La Boulangerie Moderne”).

[24] Some sequences were also shot in Saint-Denis’ Cité du Cinéma, a film studio complex. Le Grand Véfour, the Pont Alexandre III, Palais Garnier, L’Atelier des Lumières, Rue de l’Abreuvoir, Jardin du Luxembourg, Jardin Du Palais Royale, Café de Flore, and the Panthéon are among the famous Parisian landmarks included in the series. A scene was also shot at the Château de Sonnay in the Indre-et-Loire province. In November 2019, further photography was taken in Chicago.

The second season’s filming started on May 3, 2021, and ended on July 19, 2021.

 Paris, Saint-Tropez, and other areas in France were used as filming locations for the second season. Residents of the 5th Arrondissement saw the team as harsh, menacing, and excessively invasive during the filming of the second season in Paris.

Lily Collins has indicated that this season is situated in a COVID-free environment, as the makers wanted to assure escape via pleasure and laughter. Masks were taken off while on-camera and put back on after the action was through, which Collins said was tough to pull off.

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