Emily in Paris
The "Emily in Paris" star had some explaining to do.
Lily Collins' character continues her fashion-forward adventures sooner than you might think.
"The French have a saying — parlez-vous francais — which means: 'You do you, Girl,'" Manning goofed on "Weekend Update."
"Emily in Paris" returns to Netflix next week, which means plenty of us will be hate-streaming. There's a sociological and psychological reason we do it.
The streaming service announced the movies and shows arriving soon.
We're scratching our heads at "Emily in Paris," while delighted for "PEN15."
The pair, appearing from opposite coasts, addressed the controversy surrounding the ceremony while, of course, making time to roast "Emily In Paris."
A new report details the alleged "culture of corruption" within the Hollywood Foreign Press, which oversees the Golden Globes, ahead of the ceremony later this month.
The hate-watchers' delight got nods for best comedy series and best comedy actress.
Star Lily Collins admitted she, along with everyone else, was saying the Netflix show's title wrong.