Confirmed! ‘The Bridgertons’ will have a second season, but what can we expect?
Shonda Rhimes’ first series on Netflix, The Bridgertons, has been a huge success. Not only has it become the first fiction of 2021 to succeed (despite being released at the end of 2020), but it still attracts some laggards, who are starting it to discover a mix between Gossip Girl, Sofia Coppola’s Marie Antoinette and Downton Abbey. Now, the platform has confirmed that there will be a second season, something that was practically taken for granted and that, even so, has been a cause for celebration for fans (new and original). – Seven series or movies that you will like if ‘The Bridgertons’ have already conquered you SEE GALLERY Because even if you don’t know it, The Bridgertons is not a series with an original script but rather an adaptation of a saga of romantic novels that begins in the year 2000 with El Duque and me, so many already imagined the success of Netflix fiction. Like the books, the series begins by focusing on Daphne (Phoebe Dynevor), the first woman of the eight Bridgerton brothers to come of age. But as we saw in this first season, there are plenty of stories to tell and, following the literary trail, the second edition will focus on Anthony (Jonathan Baile), the eldest of the family and whom we have already seen trying to find the balance between your wishes and your duties. Of course, the Duchess and her Duke will continue to be part of the cast, although with less prominence, as confirmed by the creator in an interview with Today with Hoda and Jenna. – Phoebe Dynevor and Regé-Jean Page: meet the protagonists of ‘The Bridgertons’ The announcement of the second season has been delivered by the infamous Lady Whistledown, who asks for patience from the followers of the series but reveals that the cast of the series will return to filming next spring, so in late 2021 or early next year we could have the new chapters. Nicola Coughlan, who plays Penelope Featherington in fiction, has assured that there will be “a lot of scandal”, how difficult the wait is going to be! VIEW GALLERY The Bridgertons is a romantic, outrageous and sharp series about the timelessness of enduring friendships, families trying to adapt, and the search for an all-conquering love. Inspired by Julia Quinn’s bestsellers, the series follows in Daphne’s footsteps in its first season after being introduced to society. The young woman hopes to follow in her parents’ footsteps and marry for love, but as soon as her older brother starts managing his suitors, the society magazine signed by the mysterious Lady Whistledown puts the debutante’s reputation in question. Then appears the desirable and rebellious Duke of Hastings (Regé-Jean Page), an inveterate bachelor and the great party of the season that all the mothers of the debutantes want to get their hands on. As much as Daphne and the Duke insist they feel nothing for each other, their chemistry is undeniable and they love to indulge in witty retort conversations and double meanings, while dodging high society expectations of their future in common. – Regé-Jean Page, from ‘The Bridgertons’, clarifies if he has an affair with his partner Phoebe Dynevor Shonda Rhimes is the producer of this series that Chris Van Dusen has created, but has seven other projects preparing to see the light soon on Netflix , four years after signing a millionaire contract with the platform. Meanwhile, the broadcast of Grey’s Anatomy continues and in the same catalog of the American giant you have Scandal or How to defend a murderer, two of the other creations of this successful woman.