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If You Enjoyed 'Emily In Paris' You Need To Watch These Shows

If You Enjoyed 'Emily In Paris' You Need To Watch These Shows

The third season will begin production in June 2022 and there is still a long way to go before it will be released.

Emily In Paris is the hit Netlfix show starring Lily Collins in the titular role. The show has been having a very controversial run since it first premiered in 2020. The second season premiered in 2021. Earlier this year the show was renewed for two seasons because of its high viewership despite the mixed response to the show in general. The third season will begin production in June 2022 and there is still a long way to go before it will be released on Netflix.

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Till then there are many other shows similar to Emily In Paris that you can watch if you haven't already. Here are a few that may tickle your fancy:

1. Sex and the City

The show follows four best friends: Carrie, Miranda, Samantha, and Charlotte, who make their way through the ups and downs of their relationships, career, and life while sticking by each other's side unconditionally. There were two movies with the original cast as well.

The show last aired in 2004 but the reboot show And Just Like That, with the women as 50-somethings navigating life and friendships in New York City became a trip down memory lane for many when it premiered last year.



 

2. Never Have I Ever

In this coming-of-age show, the story centers around Devi Vishwakumar, a 15-year-old first-generation Indian-American Tamil girl from Sherman Oaks, Los Angeles. After a traumatic year, she wants to improve her status at school, but friends, family, and feelings don't make it easy on her.



 

3. Ashley Garcia: Genius in Love

The show is also called The Expanding Universe of Ashley Garcia and follows the titular character who is a prodigy and the "only 15-and-a-half-year-old robotics engineer and rocket scientist" in the world. She moves in with her Uncle Victor, a high school football coach, on the other side of the country for a chance to work for NASA.



 

4. Master of None

This comedy-drama series follows Dev Shah, a 30-year-old actor in the first two seasons as he struggles to identify what he really wants, both personally and professionally. The first season is based in New York and the second is based in Italy and New York. The third season was titled Moments in Love and follows Denise, a 37-year-old lesbian novelist, in New York, with a similar format covering love and life. 



 

5. Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt

The series follows 29-year-old Kimmy Schmidt after being rescued from a doomsday cult. She is determined to be more than a victim and with her positive attitude, she decides to restart her life by moving to New York City, where she quickly befriends her street-wise landlady Lillian Kaushtupper, finds a roommate, struggling actor Titus Andromedon, and gains a job as a nanny for a socialite.



 

6. Crazy Ex-Girlfriend

The show follows Rebecca Bunch, a lawyer who decides to move from New York City to West Covina, California to pursue her ex-boyfriend from a high-school summer camp.



 

7. The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel

This period drama follows Miriam "Midge" Maisel, a New York housewife who discovers she has a knack for stand-up comedy and decides to pursue it as a career against all odds and objections from those around her.



 

8. Love

The show follows people-pleasing nice-guy Gus who moves into a trendy apartment complex inhabited by lots of college students after leaving his cheating girlfriend. In a chance encounter, he meets wild-child Mickey who is also recently single, and who despises her job in radio. The two of them are polar opposites but are still drawn to each other, and their differences help them figure out just what love is.



 

9. Girls

The series follows Hannah Horvath who is cut off financially by her parents. Inspired by the life of the show creator, Lena Dunham, the series shows her struggles to make ends meet and launch her career with the help of her friends.



 

10. The Bold Type

The comedy-drama series chronicles the lives of three millennial women, who are employed at a fictional global publication called Scarlet in New York City. The series is inspired by the life of longtime magazine editor and executive Joanna Coles, who serves as an executive producer.



 

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