Bridgerton Scores A Second Season


by James White |
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Given the huge viewership (at least as far as Netflix is willing to detail) for the first season of Bridgerton, it should perhaps come as no surprise to learn that the streaming service has ordered a second, again based on Julia Quinn's books.

As specified by the appropriate Lady Whistledown-styled announcement below, the next season will be more from the viewpoint of Bridgerton sibling Anthony (Jonathan Bailey), whose search for a soulmate is chronicled in the second book of the series, The Viscount Who Loved Me.

Bridgerton - Whistledown notice

With production aiming to gear up this spring, all signs point to a Christmas day release once more – pandemic permitting, of course.

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