Get ready for more ball gowns, dawn duels and sneaky love affairs: ‘The Bridgertons’ will return for a second season. After almost a month of achieving great success on Netflix, almost continuously leading its Top 10 of most popular content and generating all kinds of headlines, theories and even an improvised musical on TikTok, the renewal of the series created by Chris Van Dusen ( with Shonda Rhimes’ producer Shondaland) was more than sung.
Based on the novels by Julia Quinn, ‘The Bridgertons’ follows the lives of a large and wealthy family in early 19th century London as they find their way into society and in love. Like the first book in the literary saga, this first season focuses on Daphne Bridgerton ( Phoebe Dynevor ), who begins looking for a husband with the approval of Queen Charlotte ( Golda Rosheuvel ) and ends up suffering under the sharp pen of a mysterious Gazetteer known as Lady Whistledown (voiced by Julie Andrews ). To rebuild her reputation with potential suitors, she begins a friendship with the Duke of Hastings, Simon Basset ( Regé-Jean Page), which will eventually evolve into something else.
The second season will begin shooting in the spring, and Netflix has already advanced that, as expected, the series will follow the structure of the novels and will dedicate each season to one of the Bridgertons. The next on the list is Anthony Bridgerton ( Jonathan Bailey ), whom we have already seen have a love affair with an opera singer and now he is preparing to look for a wife and exercise his role as the patriarch of the family with more determination, in absentia. of his late father. This is how Quinn told it in the second book, ‘ The Viscount Who Loved Me ‘, although we cannot trust too much: many things have changed in the jump from paper to the small screen.
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