Studio Press, the market-leading pop culture and trend-led imprint of Bonnier Books UK, has acquired the official Emily in Paris tie-in novels written by Catherine Kalengula, in a two-book deal.
Stephanie Milton, head of Studio Press, acquired world English language rights from Sarah Daumerie at SD Foreign Rights.
Based on the first season of the hit Netflix series, the novelisation follows American Emily Cooper as she relocates to the world’s most romantic city, Paris. The popular series – originally created by Darren Star and launched in 2020 – was recently renewed for seasons three and four, with season three set to premiere on 21st December 2022.
Stephanie Milton, head of Studio Press said: “We are delighted to be publishing the official novelisations of Emily in Paris seasons one and two. Told from Emily’s point of view, they are the perfect excuse to re-immerse yourself in Emily’s world as she navigates romantic entanglements, professional faux pas and new friendships. The novels also contain colour inserts featuring on-set stills of incredible fashion moments and fan-favourite characters like Mindy and Gabriel – what more could an Emily in Paris fan ask for?”
Emily in Paris will be publishing in February 2023 with the sequel following in summer 2023.