Posted by admin on January 10th, 2022
‘Emily in Paris’ Renewed for Seasons 3 and 4 at Netflix

THRThe Darren Star comedy starring Lily Collins returned for its sophomore season Dec. 22.
Critics may not think highly of Emily in Paris but Netflix certainly does.

The streaming giant has renewed the Darren Star comedy for two additional seasons, taking the Lily Collins starrer through its fourth season.

The supersized renewal arrives two and a half weeks after the sophomore season returned. Netflix, which does not release traditional viewership data, says the new season topped its global top 10 list in 94 countries with 107.6 million hours viewed in its first five days. Season one, which ranked as its most-viewed comedy of 2020, topped the same list across 53 countries.

While season one of Emily in Paris was critically panned and blasted by local critics in France for perpetuating stereotypes, the series scored a surprising Emmy nomination for best comedy series. “I was surprised that people would ever be offended by anything in the show,” Star told THR in August. “It’s a lighthearted romantic comedy. I kept thinking, ‘Nobody can really be that thin-skinned’ — we’re poking fun at a cliché, but they’re clichés that everyone has experienced at one time or another, both from the American point of view and the French point of view. That’s what it’s about.”

The series, which Star said features more scenes in French in its sophomore run, currently has a 66 percent and 46 percent scores among critics and viewers, respectively, on

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 Entertainment Studios exec produces the series alongside Jax Media. Star, who wrapped TV Land-turned-Paramount+ comedy Younger last year, is based at ViacomCBS with a rich overall deal. He next has comedy Uncoupled, starring Neil Patrick Harris, at Netflix.

Posted by admin on January 1st, 2022
Photos: ‘Emily in Paris’ Captures

I’ve just added screen captures from season two of “Emily in Paris” into the photo gallery. Enjoy!

Posted by admin on December 31st, 2021
‘Emily in Paris’ star Lucas Bravo on the downside of fame

TODAY“I think being famous is the worst thing that can happen to you,” the actor said.
Being famous is not all it’s cracked up to be, if you ask “Emily in Paris” star Lucas Bravo.

The actor quickly rose to fame after “Emily in Paris” premiered on Netflix in October 2020. Before Bravo took on the role of Gabriel, Lily Collins’ on-screen love interest, he did a bit of modeling and acted in some small French projects. Although “Emily in Paris” put him on the map, he said it also labeled him a “heartthrob,” which is something he didn’t ask for.

“I’ve been working for this for ten years… feeling like you’re going in the right direction,” Bravo said about his career during a Tuesday interview with The Sunday Times. “Then, I was just like a heartthrob overnight. It feels a bit rushed. Too much attention for the quality of work I provided.”

“I think being famous is the worst thing that can happen to you,” he added. “It’s just smoke. It doesn’t mean anything.”

Although Bravo said he doesn’t consider himself a celebrity, he said that he’s way more than a cute face. But because of his looks, he’s only been able to land roles that focus solely on the character’s appearance.

“You can’t be aesthetically beautiful, and be smart or have depth,” he said. “I kept getting roles like the dumb gym teacher. It’s hard to break that image. I’m not complaining, of course, but it’s a reality.”

Being constantly typecast as the handsome supporting character has made Bravo view life differently.

“It made me very self-aware,” he said. “Because when you think about that word and the people it encapsulates, you see always a healthy, good-looking, ripped person — and I’m not that.”

“I’m healthy, of course, but I can be overweight … All the little things that define who you are and make you human once you’re in that (heartthrob) category are perceived like a flaw,” Bravo continued. “And I don’t want to be perfect. I’ve been working against that. In France, they don’t want good-looking. They want broken faces.”

Posted by admin on December 2nd, 2021
Lucas Bravo Embraces Emily in Paris Skeptics

VANITY FAIRThe French dreamboat on his surprise Netflix hit, working with Isabelle Huppert, and why he’s actually a Samantha.
Gen X had Carrie and Big. Gen Z has Emily and Gabriel. Just ask Lucas Bravo, an avowed Sex and the City fan who also leads Emily in Paris as the titular American’s très French love interest. “Of course, it’s more modern because it’s 20 years later,” the 33-year-old Nice native says of Emily, now in its second season—and which, like SATC, was created by Darren Star. “But it was a bit challenging because it could have been easy to be hated.” Fans of the surprise Netflix hit certainly don’t feel that way about Bravo, unless they’ve got something against bilingual chefs with perfect bone structure. Neither do the casting agents scooping him up for a succession of projects that place the actor opposite everyone from Julia Roberts to Borat Oscar nominee Maria Bakalova.

HIS FATHER’S PROFESSIONAL soccer career frequently uprooted Bravo’s family, moving them to a new town in the French Riviera or Italy every two years. Bravo, the “emotional one” of four siblings, saw acting class as “the first time I felt comfortable. It was an emergency in the beginning, and then it grew into a passion.”

AFTER A BRIEF stint in law school, a chance visit to Los Angeles resparked his onscreen ambitions. Previous restaurant experience also helped him score the role of Gabriel, a talented chef. His culinary stunt double does a lot of waiting around, Bravo says; he likes to show off his own knife skills when he can.

SPEAKING OF Sex and the City, Bravo confesses he’s a Samantha. “I mean, Kim Cattrall…. You go to set, get naked, and make it funny! She went 200 percent!”

HE UNDERSTANDS Emily skeptics, particularly those who are actual Parisians. “I think it’s the charm of the French people: They’re never happy about anything.” But ultimately, he’s empowered by people who tell him the show transported them to France despite the pandemic.

HE PROMISES season two is “less about being a fish out of water” and more escapist, with new locations and even bigger fashion moments from costume designers Patricia Field and Marylin Fitoussi. “They’re icons.”

THE BIG SCREEN beckons, with Bravo featuring in a number of upcoming films. He plays opposite Roberts and George Clooney in Ticket to Paradise, Bakalova in The Honeymoon, and Isabelle Huppert in Mrs Harris Goes to Paris. “Her sarcasm is next level,” he says of working with the French icon. “You really need some self-confidence.”

SINCE SKYROCKETING to global fame—and after braving both the Cannes and Venice film festivals—“there’s no world in which I feel comfortable in front of a wall of flashes.” Instead, Bravo is happiest hiking on his mother’s home island, Corsica. “You lie on the grass, the cows and wild horses, the lakes, where you can bathe naked, and the stars are…. It’s perfect to disconnect, no service. It’s my spot.”

Posted by admin on November 18th, 2021
‘Emily in Paris’ Season 2 Trailer

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Emily in Paris


A young American woman from the Midwest is hired by a marketing firm in Paris to provide them with an American perspective on things.



Alice is a passionate young actress, she has just arrived in the capital, with the aim of becoming an actress. She does everything to fulfill her dream, and discovers, despite herself, the environment in which she wishes to evolve.
Mrs. Harris Goes to Paris

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A new adaptation of Paul Gallico's much-loved novel about a cleaning lady in 1950s London who falls in love with an haute couture dress by Christian Dior and decides to gamble everything for the sake of this folly.

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When Cléo expresses her extreme distaste for all things fashion-related, Samuel, her cynical production assistant, makes it clear she doesn’t have a choice.
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