Salut, Lilyians! In case you are not aware, earlier this week it was announced that Emily in Paris would be coming back for a second season. The news was broken by the streaming service, Netflix, and we bring you an article posted by The Hollywood Reporter on the renewal.
Netflix is going back to Paris.
The streaming giant has renewed Emily in Paris for a second season. From creator Darren Star, the comedy starring Lily Collins is expected to return to production next spring on location in Paris. An episode count for the new season and premiere date have not yet been determined.
Originally developed for TV Land, the series about an American working in Paris was moved to fellow ViacomCBS-owned cabler Paramount Network before ultimately being sold off to Netflix. ViacomCBS-backed MTV Studios exec produces the series alongside Jax Media.
Since its Oct. 2 debut, Emily in Paris has been a breakout word-of-mouth hit for the streamer. While Netflix does not release traditional viewership data, measurement company Nielsen said subscribers watched more than 676 million minutes of the series within its first week of release. The series has been a mixed bag with viewers and critics alike, drawing a 64 percent and 60 percent rating, respectively.