Earlier than we are able to say “bonjour” to season two of Emily in Paris, we want some readability on how you can say the present’s identify.
For many who want a refresher, again in November 2020, Netflix claimed in a tweet that we have been saying the identify of the present fallacious this complete time. Mon dieu, that is awkward!
“Pleasant reminder Emily in Paris is meant to be pronounced with a French accent so ‘Emily’ and ‘Paris’ rhyme,” the streamer wrote in a tweet on the time.
However earlier than you begin going all fancy and saying “Emily in Par-ee,” the creator of the sequence, Darren Star, informed Leisure Weekly in an interview that that is not essentially the case. “For many who wish to pronounce it that approach, I am all for it,” Star mentioned. “However for me, it is Emily in Paris.”
Star straightened out another issues as nicely, together with the truth that Lily Collin‘s character, Emily Cooper, is supposed to be annoying. “I can see why folks had been irritated by that,” Star defined. “However it’s a part of her studying curve, and that is the place the stress within the present lies.”
Here is hoping Emily matures a bit when season two premieres on December 22.