The media content mill churns constantly in today's fast-paced environment, with top production companies such as Netflix and Disney

seemingly having an endless stream of new releases in the pipeline. So, like monkeys at typewriters, it would be cynical yet true to suggest that, inevitably

Netflix being able to name only a handful of world-renowned titles that are spoken about in the same breath as all-time classics.

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One of these titles, although a show that seems to divide viewers, is Emily in Paris.

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A title that is so synonymous with the last few years of Netflix's dominance of the media subscription market, Emily in Paris is a romantic-comedy series

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that has stolen the hearts of an enormous fan base. Encapsulating many of the dream-like themes and settings of its target demographic

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the show has cemented itself as a must-watch for millions of viewers that are whisked away to the idyllic lifestyle of the fashion industry in Paris.

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but we do now know that the show will return on December 21, 2022. As the Christmas present, no one thought of, but everyone wanted

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the show did not begin life as a Netflix project as many may assume but was originally developed for Paramount Network back in 2018

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They, thankfully, chose to give the show a straight-to-series order which then led to it being picked up by Netflix and released in July 2020.

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