If you’re like us, you can’t get enough of Netflix’s Bridgerton and are desperate to know when the second season will be available on your streaming device.
On Wednesday, January 21, Netflix announced the second season of Bridgerton. Preparation is key for the next round of social engagements. In a tweet from the show’s account, “Bridgerton is returning for season two, only on Netflix,” it states. For the record, the third and fourth seasons of “Bridgerton” have also been renewed.
The following is a list of everything we’ve learned so far:
The shooting has come to an end. The spring of 2021 saw the start of production in London, which ran until the 20th of November. “Season Two has come to an end! To all the cast and crew, Chris Van Dusen is grateful for their hard work and dedication over the course of this difficult year. As the saying goes, “Words are not sufficient.”
Are there plans for a second season of Bridgerton?
Yes! It was announced on January 21st that Netflix had renewed Bridgerton for another season. According to the announcement, the second season of the show will begin production in the spring of 2021. Seasons 3 and 4 have also been renewed, but filming has yet to begin. “There are eight Bridgerton siblings and as far as I’m concerned, there are eight Bridgerton seasons,” Rhimes told Variety of her plans for at least eight more seasons. Possibly even more.”)
Nicola Coughlan, who plays “Lady Whistledown” on the show, wrote a note announcing the end of filming for the second season in November. This season of Bridgerton has been an absolute joy, and I can’t wait to share it with you. I’m ecstatic for you all to see it, and I’m proud of myself. In 2022/1814, I’ll see you. Yours Coughlan tweeted, “Truly, Lady Whistledown.”
What is the plot of the second season of Bridgerton?
If you’re a fan of Shondaland, you’ll be pleased to learn that the Bridgerton family is based on a series of romance novels written by Julia Quinn. This book series features eight novels that each focus on a character from a different generation of the Bridgerton family, from A to H. Lady Whistledown’s writings have been published in two additional collections, as have short novellas that serve as “second epilogues” for each of the books; Quinn has also recently revealed that she is currently working on a prequel for the series that would follow the Bridgertons as children, because she clearly understands that there’s no such thing as too much Bridgerton.
When it comes to Daphne, the first season of Quinn’s series follows the events of Quinn’s first book, The Duke and I, which centres on Daphne as she enters society and searches for a husband who offers both passion and high status; she accomplishes this through a scheme that quickly becomes all too real. The Viscount Who Loved Me, the second book in the series, is logically the inspiration for a second season. Anthony, the oldest Bridgerton, is the focus of this storey, which follows him as he seeks love. When Anthony’s fiancée’s protective and disapproving older sister begins to warm to the “consummate rake,” it’s classic romantic comedy territory.