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‘Emily in Paris’ season 2: 10 things we want

We share our thoughts on the next season of Lily Collins’ Netflix hit.

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Netflix's 'Emily in Paris' arrived at exactly the right time this year and provided the much-needed comfort binge we all needed.

If you want to avoid all spoilers for 'Emily in Paris', stop reading this article now.

The show, which stars Lily Collins, may not have won over the critics but it's been a firm hit with TV viewers and Netflix recently announced that the show would return for a second season.

The end of the first season saw Emily (Lily Collins) cheat on Mathieu (Charles Martins) by sleeping with Gabriel (Lucas Bravo) when she thought he was moving to Normandy. Her life was thrown into chaos when Gabriel announced he was staying in Paris thanks to an investment from Emily's client Antoine (William Abadie) and she received an excited text from Gabriel's on/off girlfriend Camille (Camille Razat) who hoped to rekindle with him now he was staying in the city.

Emily also got a new roommate when Mindy (Ashley Park) lost her job as a nanny after deciding to pursue a career as a singer.

Ahead of season 2, which I'm hoping will arrive next year, I've put together the 10 things I want to see from the season. Keep reading to find out my thoughts...

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2. Emily and Camille to retain their friendship

Emily has committed the ultimate betrayal and I’m not sure her friendship with Camille can survive. I imagine much of season 2 will involve Emily trying to stop Camille finding out that she slept with Gabriel but I’m hoping that once that bomb does drop, the two can work out some way of being friends. They genuinely like one another and it would be a shame for a man to come between them.

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