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Watch These Shows If You Can’t Get Over Emily In Paris

Check out shows that are focused on young women discovering new sides of themselves, romance, and zippy workplace like Emily.

Netflix hit Emily in Paris one of those shows that’s made more interesting for how bizarre it is. The series has been renewed for Seasons 3 and 4, but since there’s no confirmation when exactly we can expect to see fan’s favorite American girl in Paris again, you’re probably looking for similar shows.

Call My Agent (Netflix)

If what you want is a show set in France that’s actually about French people rather than the most annoying American girl you could ever imagine, stream Call My Agent. Much like Emily, it’s about people who work specifically, four agents at a Parisian talent agency juggling the careers of their temperamental clients all while trying to keep their own personal lives separate from the business. Things are shaken up after the sudden death of their company’s founder, leaving the agents responsible for keeping the firm afloat.

Younger (Hulu, Paramount +)

These shows are so much alike that if you told us this was the beginning of a shared universe, we would believe you. Like Emily in Paris, Younger was also created by Darren Star and is a rom-com masquerading as a workplace comedy. It stars Sutton Foster as Liza Miller, a 40-year-old woman who took time off work to raise her daughter and has to lie about her age in order to get her foot back in the door of the publishing world.

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The Bold Type (Hulu)

Emily is a successful millennial moving up in the world, and we like to think she’d be friends with the women of Freeform’s similar dramedy The Bold Type. The show stars Katie Stevens, Aisha Dee, and Meghann Fahy as three twentysomething women working at the fictional fashion magazine Scarlet. Inspired by the life and career of former Cosmopolitan editor-in-chief Joanna Coles, the series explores the challenges young women today face as they attempt to carve out their careers, but it also doesn’t shy away from tackling difficult or timely topics.

Jane The Virgin (Netflix)

Everyone loves a good love triangle, and The CW’s Jane the Virgin, a telenovela about a young woman who is accidentally artificially inseminated, features one of the best love triangles we’ve seen in years. Over the course of the show’s five seasons, Jane Villanueva (Gina Rodriguez) is torn between two men, Rafael (Justin Baldoni) and Michael (Brett Dier), and her relationships with both men will be like catnip to rom-com fans. But the show is also more than that. Like Emily, Jane is at a crossroads in her life, and while viewers usually come for the romance, they stay for the story about a young woman and how she grows as she overcomes obstacles on the way to achieving her dreams.

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