The season 2 finale of Emily in Paris ends on a cliffhanger, but the Netflix series has already revealed what occurs. Emily Cooper (Lily Collins) was in a love triangle with Mathieu (Charles Martins) and Gabriel (Lucas Bravo), a local chef and Emily’s neighbour, at the end of Season 1 of Netflix’s Emily in Paris.
Emily thought Gabriel was leaving Paris after a passionate night with him, but the chef shockingly stays in the city after getting funding for his restaurant in the season 1 finale. Emily’s friend Camille (Camille Razat) recently ended her relationship with Gabriel, further complicating the situation. Emily’s convoluted love storey continues in the next season, with Emily revealing her emotions for Gabriel in the season 2 finale and learning that he has rekindled his relationship with Camille.
Emily’s employment situation grows more complex in season 2. Emily’s happy to work environment is short-lived despite finally fitting in at Savoir, a premium marketing firm in Paris. Madeline Wheeler (Kate Walsh), the Director of Marketing at Gilbert Group, which owns Savoir, disagrees with Sylvie Grateau (Philippine Leroy-Beaulieu), the Chief Marketing Officer at Savoir’s Paris headquarters.
In the season 2 finale, things come to a head, and Sylvie quits Savoir, taking the other Paris employees with her. Emily is taken aback when she is abruptly left to help Madeline refurbish the Paris office while also making her boss tea.
Emily in Paris’ season 2 cliffhanger isn’t much of a cliffhanger at all. In the finale, Sylvie texts Emily for a lunch date and explains her big plan. She says that she has sold her shares in her husband’s St. Tropez club and will use the proceeds to establish a new business.
The cliffhanger would be more exciting if the Netflix series was called “Emily in Chicago.”
Her Savoir clients are accompanying her, and in the Emily in Paris season 2 finale, she asks Emily to join the squad. Emily must now choose between staying at Gilbert Group with Madeline and returning to Chicago or staying in France with Sylvie’s company. Emily finds that Gabriel has rekindled his relationship with Camille, which gives her even more reason to go. However, given the title of the episode, Emily in Paris, it’s unlikely that Emily will go anyplace.
In season 2, Emily is plainly remaining in Paris. Emily in Paris is named that way for a reason, and one of the show’s key highlights is magnificent panoramas of Paris streets and French vistas. The cliffhanger would be more exciting if the Netflix series was called “Emily in Chicago.” Even when the narratives in Emily in Paris are mediocre, the landscape of France saves the series. Even if a portion of season 2 is set in Chicago, it’s unlikely that the show will continue without its most important character.
Furthermore, Emily has little desire to return to Chicago. Her life there, by all indications, isn’t going anywhere. Madeline continues to entice Emily with promises of promotion while also forcing her to complete administrative tasks and brew her tea. Gabriel’s intricate storey is a deception. After all, the first season of Emily in Paris ended with Emily having a difficult relationship with the chef. Emily will always have Paris, whether or not she has Gabriel in her life.