For many Netflix lovers, part of the joys of the recent holiday season extended beyond watching our favourite Christmas movies for the hundredth time. It included looking forward to season two of Emily in Paris

Between the pandemic, lockdowns, and travel restrictions that plagued most of the last two years, season one of Emily in Paris was a hit. It allowed its audience to live vicariously through Emily. But for many, the series was more than its elegant fashion choices, beautiful scenery, and of course the romance — after all, it is Paris. Emily in Paris was a front-row seat to experiencing French culture, or so we thought…

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