Find Me In Paris returns to our screens with two Irish directors for a second update. Fine Me In Paris is a time-traveling ballerina series that will be directed by the Irish brother duo Ronan and Robert Burke. The Dublin-born brothers are renowned for directing crime drama Red Rock and Netflix horse-riding series “Free Rein. Fresh updates just came in regarding direct episodes of the time-traveling ballerina series “Find Me in Paris.”
The finances behind “Find Me In Paris” are David Michel, Zoé Carrera Allaix and Cecile Lauritano, under the banner of Cottonwood Media, which is a division of Federation Entertainment. Cottonwood is neck-deep in the production of the second installment of the half-hour tween series. The series is being directed by Matt Bloom, the same guy who filmed Season 1. You may have heard his name from “Hank Zipzer, he earned an international Emmy Award nomination, as well as a BAFTA nomination for the same. Leila Smith is the executive producer to Find Me In Paris.
For those of you who don’t know, Find Me In Paris is Europe’s high-end live-action series that involves tweens and teenagers. It is conceptualized by Jill Girling and Lori Mather-Welch. You may catch the first Season on all notable digital platforms such as NBC Universal (USA), Hulu (USA), ABC (Australia), and VRT (Belgium).
Season 2 will showcase the magnificent Parisian Garnier Opera House and Lena Grisky; a time-traveling young dancer will be the subject this time too. The ballet will be choreographed by Jean Guillaume Bar, alum Étoile of the Opera of Paris, and the street dancing will be directed by Zack Reece, alum “The Dancers.”
For Season 2, you’ll see Jessica Lord as the lead; others include Hannah Dodd, Eubha Akilade, Castle Rock, Rory J. Saper, and Christy O’Donnell. New additions have been made to the cast; they are Terique Jarret, As goes for episode count of Season 2, 26 new episodes are being shot, as confirmed by Michel, managing director of Federation Kids & Family and president of Cottonwood Media.
An exacthasn’t been provided yet, but we’ll surelyyou once we have it. Stay tuned.