Review: Netflix’s“Emily in Paris” is All Wrong yet Right On Time

An immensely unrealistic, cliché-ridden millennial fairytale, this show is the guilty pleasure we didn’t know we needed right now.

“Emily in Paris”
“Emily in Paris”
Lily Collins plays the aloof, culture-proof marketing executive Emily Cooper in the fantastical “Emily in Paris” | Photo Credit: Netflix
“Emily in Paris”
“Emily in Paris”
Emily’s horrible sense of style reminds me of a time when we actually had the opportunity to dress up regularly for work or a night out. | Photo Credit: Netflix
“Emily in Paris”
“Emily in Paris”
Camille Razat plays Camille, a friendly and generous champagne heiress who makes the mistake of befriending Emily. | Photo Credit: Netflix
“Emily in Paris”
“Emily in Paris”
Emily’s inexplicable charm has men lining up to be her suitors in Paris. | Photo Credit: Carole Bethuel/Netflix

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