Anya Firestone is perceived by viewers of “Real Girlfriends in Paris” as being pretentious and giving off “fake #EmilyInParis vibes.”


Paris, France: Given that Anya Firestone from Bravo’s “Real Girlfriends in Paris” fosters her younger American friends, gives sage dating advice, and even knows how to fix a wrench, she might be the closest thing France has to a real-life “Marvelous Mrs Maisel.” Many viewers of the Monday night series premiere, though, did not share her enthusiasm for Paris.

Monday saw the highly anticipated “Real Girlfriends in Paris” season premiere on Bravo. The show’s title suggests that it is a precursor to something like “Real Housewives of Paris,” but in terms of tone and structure, it is more akin to the Netflix series “Emily in Paris.” The network’s cult hit “Gallery Girls,” which followed a group of ambitious young women trying to break into the New York City art scene, was canceled, but viewers of Bravo undoubtedly saw similarities. Although the recent Bravo series and Netflix’s “Emily in Paris” have been compared extensively since their announcement, viewers are especially dissatisfied with the show’s “Emily,” aka Anya.

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Anya Firestone in 'Real Girlfriends in Paris' Season premiere (Bravo)

Micheal Kurt

I earned a bachelor's degree in exercise and sport science from Oregon State University. He is an avid sports lover who enjoys tennis, football, and a variety of other activities. He is from Tucson, Arizona, and is a huge Cardinals supporter.

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