Lady Whistledown will need squid rivers. TV dramas, love stories and scandals of high-profile London families during the UK will return to viewers for at least two more seasons. Netflix has announced that Bridgerton will have a third and fourth season. The second is, on the other hand, a work in progress.
“Bridgerton has made us fall in love,” said Bela Bajaria, Head of Global Television at Netflix. and we think viewers will continue to enjoy it. We are planning to work with Bridgerton for an even longer period. “
Bridgerton’s first season, the series created by Chris Van Dusen and produced Rhimes, based on Julia Quinn’s novel, turned out to be a goose that lays golden eggs for Netflix, becoming January last year, after a month. after its release, the most viewed film in its history. It had 82 million viewers during the first 28 days of the show. “From the very first time I read Julia Quinn’s interesting Bridgerton story – Shonda Rhimes of Shondaland said – I knew it would have captivated the audience.”
The first chapter features Daphne Bridgerton (Phoebe Dynevor) and Simon Basset, Duke of Hastings (Regé-Jean Page) and their passionate love story. On the other hand, the second series revolves around Anthony Bridgerton (Jonathan Bailey), Daphne’s brother, and his quest for a mate.
A few weeks ago, it was announced that Regè-Jean Page would not be participating in the second installment, leaving millions of fans disappointed. It was initially rumored that the British actor was only contracted for a full-length drama. However, according to Page Six (NyPost) rumors, Page will leave because of ‘creative difference’ meaning he will not like what the producer thinks of his role, which will be from main to secondary. Netflix has yet to announce when the second season will air on television. Among the newcomers, Charithra Chandran, Shelley Conn, Calam Lynch and Rupert Young, respectively in their debut roles Edwina Sharma, Mary Sharma, mother of Edwina, intellectuals Theo Sharpe and Jack, have ties to one of the families in the franchise. (HANDLING).
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