Emily in Paris is an American animated comedy Drama streaming television show created by Darren Star that debuted on Netflix on September 2, 2021. It follows the story of Emily Blunt, a single girl living in Paris, where she is thrown into a world of trouble when her best friend’s brother gets kidnapped. She then ends up getting herself tangled into a web of misunderstandings and mystery set in the colorful and exotic locale of Paris. This is a story that I find very interesting.
Emily in Paris follows the life of a single girl in Paris. She is an intelligent yet slightly windy young woman who is more than a little bit mischievous. The show takes the time to bring this character to life. She is shown in many different aspects of life, but always with a mischievous glint in her eye and a twinkle in her eye. This shows that she is a realist in how she sees the world and how little things can really go pear-shaped if you play your cards right.
Emily is a bright young girl who works at a cosmetics factory as a receptionist. Her best friend, a cute and sexy young man, becomes her lover, and together they plan many wild adventures and pranks. One of these includes emptying a fancy dress shop’s costume shop, which she and her co-worker, Sylvie, perform as part of a plan to prank the store owner. Unfortunately, they are so good at their pranks that it actually entices the owner to hire them to work within his employ.
Once hired, the two become the life and soul of the company. However, it becomes clear that their crazy antics are for fun and earning money and a position at the company. In order to keep themselves from having to do jail time, Emily and Sylvie begin to plan various pranks using counterfeit social security numbers and embezzlement of company funds.
However, when the boss discovers that Emily has sent inappropriate emails and posted inappropriate pictures on her Facebook page, the full truth comes out. Disappointed by their pranks, the bosses decide to fire both Emily and Sylvie, taking advantage of their combined knowledge of the social media system and their respective positions in the Paris office. As a result, Emily starts to suffer the effects of psychological disorder, while Sylvie is faced with the possibility of losing her mind. With the help of various psychiatrists and psychologists from the town, Emily learns how to cope with the new environment and what to expect in the future.
The fate of the social networking world is placed in the hands of Emily and her friend, Sylvie. The series revolves around the question, “How will the social media age affect the internet’s future?”. So what does the internet have to do with the future of Emily and her friends’ lives? The answer is everything.
The writers of this TV show clearly understand that as technology increases, communication among human beings will also grow. As computers and other devices become more capable of performing tasks previously achieved only by humans, communication and interaction between people will increase to a new level. This will cause major societal changes and therefore change the way business is conducted. In the future, businesses must be more transparent and democratic, or else they face the threat of going bankrupt.
The writers already presented major historical events such as Emily’s marriage to a Chinese prince and her falling in love with a Chinese woman in the first season. However, this new season focuses on Emily’s search for her biological father, who she suspects is still alive after her mother died four years ago. In addition, the writers also introduced some new characters such as a psychiatrist and a cybernetically enhanced human, whom we don’t really know anything about, but he seems to be smarter than Emily, somehow. All in all, I believe that The E in 2021 will reach the same level as the first season, except that it will also have great content. I also believe that American Idol and other sing-a-ma-jigs will find their way into the future of television.