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    Here's What The "Emily In Paris" Cast And Crew Think Could Happen In A Season 2 Of The Show

    Perhaps Emily in Italy or Emily in Spain?

    Emily in Paris premiered on Netflix on Oct. 2, and people are already wondering if there will be a Season 2. Unfortunately, that's some news that we still have to wait for.

    Emily smiling on a balcony at a party in "Emily in Paris"
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    Yesterday, the creator of the show, Darren Star, said that although a Season 2 hasn't yet been confirmed, he thinks there could be some exciting things in store for Emily if it were to be renewed.

    Emily clinking glasses with coworkers in "Emily in Paris"
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    "I think Emily has some surprising tough choices," he told E News. "The show's so much about the culture undermining her expectations of how things are and how things seem. And everything will not be as it seems. It's always about challenging her American worldview. We certainly have a lot of forks in the road and a lot of places to go."

    Previously, Darren had shared with Oprah Magazine that Emily's "going to be more of a part of the fabric of the world she's living in" in a potential Season 2. "She'll be more of a resident of the city. She'll have her feet on the ground a little more. She's making a life there."

    People partying under the Eiffel tower in "Emily in Paris"
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    Does this mean she finally will be able to speak some French?

    Lily Collins, who plays Emily, also told Harper's Bazaar earlier this month that there are many open doors for Emily in Season 2, and she's hoping it could include a Euro-trip with Mindy or even a relationship with Camille.

    Emily and Camille smiling for the camera in a bed in "Emily in Paris"
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    "When we first have that scene where Camille and Emily meet and they accidentally kiss, I remember talking to Darren and being like, 'Was that on purpose? Does Camille like it? What does that mean? Is there a future?' And [Darren said], 'I don't know,'" Lily said.

    Lucas Bravo, who plays Gabriel, completely agrees, mentioning the kiss between Camille and Emily in an interview with Cosmopolitan, saying, "Anything could happen among the three of them."

    Emily, Camille, and Gabriel out together posing in hats for Emily's instagram in "Emily in Paris"
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    So, I guess this will be the love triangle to beat all love triangles.

    The one thing we do know for sure, however, is that Emily's age will be a topic of debate for many years to come.

    Emily in a beret looking upset in "Emily in Paris"
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    Seriously, though, how could she be any younger than 27 with that résumé?

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