Finally, The Wait is over! ‘Bridgerton’ fans should no longer hold their breath as to ‘what-will-happen-next’ because the popularly watched web series is now renewed for the second season. Netflix has finally confirmed the renewal of ‘Bridgerton Season 2’.
“readers, we are burning to tell you the news: BRIDGERTON has been renewed for season 2,” says the post.
The post was also accompanied by a newspaper report kind of an image, possibly the newsletter of the anonymous gossip monger Lady Whistledown, saying that the series will now on stream the life of Anthony Bridgerton! Isn’t this exciting?
Taking a quick leap to the previous season, ‘Bridgerton Season 1’ echoed the intricacies in the relationship between the eldest Bridgerton daughter, Daphne, played by Phoebe Dynevor, and the Duke of Hastings Simon Bassett. The ups and downs experienced by Daphne in her complicated yet fruitful affair with the Duke formed the basic thread of Bridgerton Season 1, which attained a full circle with the birth of their child. Also, the tattletale by Lady Whistledown and Eloise Bridgerton setting sail to reveal the true face of this scandalmonger is yet another train of thought that runs along the tale of Daphne and Duke.
‘Bridgerton Season 2’ is all set for production!
Now, what next? According to the latest reports, ‘Bridgerton Season 2’ shall witness more of ‘Anthony Bridgerton’ and the events unfolding in his life.
“The incomparable cast of Bridgerton will return to production in Spring 2021,” says the report of Lady Whistledown’s pamphlet (officially published by Netflix).
In the previous season Anthony is left at a bit of a crossroads, when he reveals to Daphne and Simon his plans of “finding and promptly declaring my intentions to my new viscountess” after the heartbreaking end of his relationship with opera singer Siena.
‘Bridgerton Season 2’ shall hence chronicle the pursuit of a suitable marriage for the eldest Bridgerton sibling, Anthony, played by Jonathan Bailey, as chronicled in the second book of Julia Quinn’s Bridgerton series, ‘The Viscount Who Loved Me’.
According to the second book of the Bridgerton series, the tale revolves around the life of Anthony Bridgerton, who has been head of the family ever since his father died – taking care of all responsibilities, except for finding himself a wife, opting instead to be London’s most eligible bachelor. He decides it’s time to settle down and find a suitable match, but under one condition that he can’t love her. After finding the perfect candidate he becomes more interested in her sister, Kate, who provides a very welcome distraction. It’s a story of love, as well as one of the impacts of grief, loss and trauma.
Produced under Shondaland’s Shonda Rhimes and Betsy Beers, ‘Bridgerton’ is a cheesy, vibrant, exquisite cuisine of love, and joy embellished with a pinch of eroticism. The series stars Jonathan Bailey (“Anthony Bridgerton”), Nicola Coughlan (“Penelope Featherington”), Claudia Jessie (“Eloise Bridgerton”), Ruby Barker (“Marina Thompson”),Adjoa Andoh (“Lady Danbury”), Golda Rosheuvel (“Queen Charlotte”), Luke Thompson (“Benedict Bridgerton”), Luke Newton (“Colin Bridgerton”), Ruby Stokes (“Francesca Bridgerton”), Will Tilston (“Gregory Bridgerton”), Florence Hunt (“Hyacinth Bridgerton”), Ruth Gemmell (“Lady Violet Bridgerton”), Bessie Carter (“Prudence Featherington”), Harriet Cains (“Philipa Featherington”), Polly Walker (“Lady Portia Featherington”), Ben Miller (“Lord Featherington”), Sabrina Bartlett (“Siena Rosso”), Martins Imhangbe (“Will Mondrich”), Kathryn Drysdale (“Madame Genevieve Delacroix”) and Lorraine Ashbourne (“Mrs. Varley”).
Let us stay tuned for more updates.