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Netflix renews Emily in Paris for two more seasons following ratings success

Comedy-drama Emily in Paris

Netflix has renewed its comedy-drama series Emily in Paris for a third and fourth season following strong viewership of its second season.

The show, created and written by Darren Star, returned for its sophomore instalment on December 22, topping Netflix’s global viewing chart in 94 countries with 107.6 million hours viewed between December 22 and December 26.

The season two premiere also drove significant rewatching of the first season, which climbed into the global top 10 list in 53 countries, according to Netflix.

For the week of December 27 to January 2, season two was in third position on Netflix’s global chart with almost 92 million hours viewed, behind only The Witcher season two (94.3 million hours) and Cobra Kai season four (120.1 million hours).

Star, who also created Sex and the City, Younger and Beverly Hills, 90210, serves as showrunner on the series. He also executive produces alongside Tony Hernandez and Lilly Burns of Jax Media and Andrew Fleming.

Emily in Paris stars Lily Collins as an ambitions American marketing executive who lands her dream job in Paris. The series is produced by MTV Entertainment Studios, Darren Star Productions and Jax Media.

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