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Emily finds her loyalties torn when a fashion show at Versailles sets the stage for a showdown that could determine Savoir's future—and her own.
The episode was rated from 284 votes.
With her job on the line over a Fashion Week debacle, Emily scrambles to devise a new plan while preparing to say adieu to a good friend.
The episode was rated from 454 votes.
Emily's weekend trip to a friend's château fizzles like day-old champagne. Back in Paris, Mindy's reluctant meet-up with old friends ends on a high note.
The episode was rated from 437 votes.
A sweet new acquaintance helps Emily sniff out a potentially huge new client, but a messy workplace liaison endangers the deal.
The episode was rated from 463 votes.
After agreeing to watch over an American actress at a chic red-carpet event, Emily finds her night — and her famous charge — spinning out of control.
The episode was rated from 434 votes.
Emily discovers that her growing social media following opens doors in Paris, and a friendly night out on the town leads to a tête-à-tête with Gabriel.
The episode was rated from 460 votes.
Emily's boss from Chicago digs deeper into Savoir's accounts, putting Sylvie on edge. Mindy's budding romance suffers a blow when her secret comes out.
The episode was rated from 280 votes.
While planning a dinner party for her birthday, Emily gets steamy with Camille’s friends and accepts Gabriel’s helping hand with the menu.
The episode was rated from 300 votes.
Emily tries to practice speaking en Français with a bored classmate while juggling Gabriel's restaurant debut, a Chopard soirée and a seething Camille.
The episode was rated from 287 votes.
When a meeting with an iconic couture house unravels over a basic mistake, Emily finds comfort in the company of a seemingly charming professor.
The episode was rated from 449 votes.
Tempers flare on the opening night of Chez Lavaux. Emily feels Alfie has misjudged her style and joie de vivre. Sylvie catches the eye of a photographer.The episode was rated from 281 votes.
Emily voices her concerns over a risqué new ad campaign while juggling plumbing problems, language lessons and disagreeable co-workers.The episode was rated from 476 votes.
After a suspiciously decadent dinner with Alfie, Emily heads to Camille's family chateau, where more than just the tops of Champére bottles pop off.The episode was rated from 284 votes.
A charity auction, a donated gown and an avant-garde design duo add up to trouble for Emily as she catches the eye of Pierre Cadault's heir apparent.The episode was rated from 459 votes.
Emily finally establishes a rapport with Alfie, but a borrowed jacket makes things beaucoup awkward. Sylvie bristles over Savoir's new American client.The episode was rated from 292 votes.
Emily navigates the intricacies of French amour when her enthusiasm at a work soirée impresses a flirtatious — and married — client.The episode was rated from 496 votes.
Working on a weekend? Quelle horreur. Even in Saint-Tropez, Emily can't leave her job behind, but after a social media gaffe, she may not have a choice.The episode was rated from 297 votes.
When Emily's personal drama impacts her work at Savoir, it pushes her to focus harder on her French lessons. Mindy faces off with a mime at her new gig.The episode was rated from 290 votes.
Feeling très guilty over her encounter with Gabriel, Emily decides to move on with a romantic weekend away. Mindy's new job turns out to be a total drag.The episode was rated from 334 votes.
Emily brings her can-do American attitude and fresh ideas to her new office in Paris, but her inability to speak French turns out to be a major faux pas.The episode was rated from 564 votes.
Last updated: jun 18, 2022
An enjoyable binge-watch, which basically translates to a "fish out of water" or an American living in France that doesn't speak a word of French. All cast members deliver enjoyable performances that will keep you incessantly clicking to the next episode. Personal break-out supporting cast, Bruno Gouery & Samuel Arnold expertly carry the middle and strengthen the office politics satire. Lots of pop-culture, and social media references; including European and transatlantic tropes that play extremely well. Accompanied by gorgeous establishing shots of french culture and striking costume designs by Sex & the City's Patricia Field, Emily in Paris brings a nuance angle to The Devil Wears Prada franchise.
It's an ok show. For my taste, it was too much like a parody sometimes. Lots of clichés and stereotypes, lots of over the top (quite frankly not very good) acting, lots of dumb jokes. In this same quick, comedic style, *Younger* is a much better show. And fashion wise, I'd stick with *The Bold Type*, or even the timeless *Devil Wears Prada*. The potential was there, but the execution was sloppy. I hope they get better writers if it gets picked up for a second season.
like the culture differences between french and american. and the actors are all stunning. and relax and enjoyable series.
Sweet show about the divisions between cultures.If you have seen the movie '5 to 7',this show feels the same but drama instead of romance
Enjoyable to watch when you want to relax, but not spectacular.
not good at all. it felt like they couldn't decide if they wanted it to be parody or genuine. also emily's brand of feminism is very... white and im not really a fan. again, couldnt tell if that was supposed to be a little satirical or not. i also have a bone to pick about their token east-asian side character, who is supposed to be chinese but is played by an actress of korean descent. it just didnt really make sense when... they could have cast an actual chinese actress? or even changed the character to be from korea instead and it would not have affected the story at all. the stereotypes they assign her are east asian stereotypes anyways, not just chinese stereotypes ((((: ashley park deserves better
very easy to watch, but could i tell you anything that happened in the entire show? nope. also, is emily supposed to be fashionable? because some of her outfits were horrendous
Fun to watch, interesting that an American is working in Paris and reveals the culture barriers and the differences between the Americans and the French.
If there is nothing else to watch you are in a good mood this is not bad. Beware it is cheesy in a funny way. All in all not bad.
Really fun to watch. But it's not something that I would say that I really loved or my favorite. There isn't really a character growth for Emily. Each episode, you can always expect what will happen to her and to the story. I liked how they added some touch of women empowerment to the series but it was an okay for me. This series is also short so you can actually finish them in a week if you're not that busy.
As I watched this, it reminded me of another show (YOUNGER), which, it turns out, is another Darren Star series with which I have similar feelings. It may turn out my issues are in his formula. First the positive, Lily Collins is delightful. Her character is winsome (and she rocks an American accent, something that always impresses me by Brits who jump the pond). The theme is love, love of Paris, star crossed love, which is what keeps us watching. The beauty of Paris is on full display. But, here are my issues. The supporting characters are templates (even when the actors work hard at making them charming).The clothing choices are totally incongruous with the wages of those who wear them. Darren Star loves fashion, glamour and indiscriminate lifestyles, which is where I have issues with his shows. His shows are more image than substance which strip the characters of depth and forces them to be ornaments rather than complex people. Their superficial environment dictate their superficial actions and thoughts. Eventually, I lose interest in these shells of people. I give this series a 7 (beautiful but shallow) out of 10. [Dramedy]
With cliched scripts, a handful stereotypical characters, cheesy humor, and many more issues it should be very hard to like this show but for some reason I find it enjoyable. Collins gives such a fun performance too. A solid little show, nothing special but nonetheless a fun one to binge at times. Watched in preparation for The Emmys.
Emily is such an AWFUL HUMAN BEING AND FRIEND. I can't believe the writers insist on making us like her. She's so convinced she's a good person, but she just isn't. [spoiler] She didn't purposefully sleep with her friend's boyfriend, "it just happened somehow". Are you fucking kidding, Emily???? And that's just one example. [/spoiler] It's the most annoying thing in the world and I just can't ignore it. That's not the only thing that ruins this show, though, which is such a shame, because it could actually be good.
incredibly average comedy show. Lilly Collins was born to play this role though.
I'm not sure if this series can ever appeal to anyone outside the United States. It is full of stereotypes of what Americans think about the French and what Paris is like. Unfunny jokes, flat and uninteresting characters,.... It works neither as a comedy, nor as a social critic, nor as a drama,.... It really looks like a series aimed at American teenagers, but neither for female nor for male audience, both will find numerous aspects to hate. It is surprising that this series has been renewed and is one of the most watched series on Netflix, it says a lot about Netflix users. Pd. I feel sorry for the French, just when a series set in France was known worldwide....
This was basically The Devil Wears Prada without Meryl Streep and Anne Hathaway. Cute and entertaining, we ploughed through both seasons within a week.
the entire season was released on Netflix
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