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So you've just finished watching Emily in Paris. Here are 8 binge-worthy shows to watch next.

If ever there's a time to sit back and binge mindless television, it's in that post-Christmas, pre-return-to-work haze many of us find ourselves in at the moment.

Which is why Emily in Paris season two came at such a great time.

It's rare to find a show that so profoundly misrepresents French people and culture, while still tempting us on an absurdly expensive European getaway, and that's precisely why we love it so much.

Watch the trailer for season two of Emily in Paris. Post continues below.


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Alas, Emily in Paris season two is only made up of ten, 30-minute episodes and it was binged and done before we knew it.

Which has left us with plenty of time, and a travel-filled-sub-par-plot-sized-hole to fill.

So, we thought we'd round up 8 shows just like Emily in Paris for your viewing pleasure - because lord knows we need more sweeping iconic travel scenes in our lives.

Younger

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If you haven't jumped on the Younger bandwagon just yet, we're very jealous you'll get to see this series for the first time. 

Created by Darren Star (the man behind Emily in Paris) the show follows 40-year-old Liza who pretends to be younger to get back into the workforce at a publishing company in New York City.

... That means there's a whole lot of bustling city shots for your viewing pleasure. 

You can watch Younger on Stan.

Sex and the City (and, And Just Like That)

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While we're on New York City-based series created by Darren Star, may we suggest a classic? Sex and the City.

Following the life of sex columnist, Carrie Bradshaw and her three best friends, SATC is the OG career-woman show.

It stars Sarah Jessica Parker, Kim Cattrall, Cynthia Nixon and Kristin Davis as they navigate sex, dating, careers and friendship over six bingeable seasons. 

Once you've wrapped that up, check out And Just Like That... Sex and the City's revival that picks up two decades later, and is currently airing on Binge.

You can Watch Sex and the City and And Just Like That... on Binge.

Never Have I Ever

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Never Have I Ever follows Devi Vishwakumar, an Indian-American teen in California, and how she’s trying to find her place in high school... and the world.

It's super binge-able, plus it's created by Mindy Kaling, so you can be sure you'll laugh all the way through.

You can watch Never Have I Ever on Netflix.

Jane the Virgin

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Jane the Virgin is an American rom-com drama series that follows Jane Villanueva, a virgin who is accidentally artificially inseminated and becomes pregnant during a routine gynecologist visit, which sounds very serious and stressful, but turns out to be very light viewing.

Jane later learns the father is Rafael, Jane's crush from high school who is very handsome and very rich... So there's that. 

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Like Emily in Paris, Jane the Virgin is easy-watching that will keep you busy for an afternoon (and by that, we mean weeks. There are five seasons to binge!) 

You can watch Jane the Virgin on Netflix.

Scream Queens

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Created by Ryan Murphy, Scream Queens focuses on the sorority house Kappa Kappa Tau, when a serial killer wearing the university's Red Devil mascot as a disguise, comes after the girls... which is just as thrilling as you'd expect.

Starring Emma Roberts, Lea Michele and Jamie Lee Curtis, the show will leave you scared, laughing and completely addicted.

You can watch Scream Queens on the Apple TV app.

Love Life

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Looking for another rom-com series to take your mind off the state of the world?

Love Life is a series that follows a different protagonist’s quest for love each season.

In season one we follow the ups and down's of Darby's love life (played by Anna Kendrick) with season two following Marcus, a book editor who has been 'happily' married for a while now. 

Then he meets Mia at a friend's wedding and they start texting... perhaps a little too much.

You can watch Love Life on Stan.

The Mindy Project

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The Mindy Project is exactly what you need to get stuck into post-Emily in Paris for an instant hit of bingeable goodness (and laughs!).

The series follows Mindy Lahiri, a successful obstetrician/gynaecologist with a not-so-successful personal life, played by Mindy Kaling, who also created the series.

You can watch the Mindy Project on Netflix.

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