After many delays, Netflix has announced the premiere date for Season 2 of Bridgerton. The next season will begin Friday, March 25, 2022. The fans burning to see what happens next for the Bridgerton family, need not wait any longer! The whole series revolves around the Bridgerton family, but the first season mainly focused on Daphne’s (Phoebe Dynevor) love life with Simon Basset (Regé-Jean Page). This is the first series through Shondaland, Shonda Rhimes’ production company. The second season will be more aimed towards the oldest son, Anthony Bridgerton (Jonathan Bailey), and his love life. The Shondaland series is based on the novels by Julia Quinn’s Bridgerton. Season 2 of Bridgerton will be based on the second novel The Viscount Who Loved Me. Regé-Jean Page won’t be reprising his role as the Duke, but most of the original cast will return and some new.
Netflix’s Period Drama Series Has Fans Anxious for Season 2
Shonda Rhimes knows how to make an addictive series. Scandal, How to Get Away with Murder, and Grey’s Anatomy, are just a few of her works. She has become one of the most influential people in Hollywood with her keen sense of what critics want. The Netflix period drama series Bridgerton is no exception. The series was released at the perfect time, no one could leave home anyway, so why not binge the entire first season? Bridgerton became one of Netflix’s most-viewed series. Chris Van Dusen created the series; he serves as an executive producer alongside Shonda Rhimes and Betsy Beers. Season 2 will be no exception to the drama faced in Season 1. Simone Ashley will play Kate, sister to Edwina (Charithra Chandran). Anthony Bridgerton starts courting Edwina, but butts heads with Kate, which only drives them closer together. So much scandal in the Netflix period drama series!
Lady Whistledown’s identity was revealed in the finale of Season 1. What other gossip will she spread about the Bridgerton family? Will Kate and Anthony have as much sexual tension as Daphne and Simon? You’ll have to wait until March 25 to see what happens next.