Recently, Netflix, the world’s leading streaming entertainment service, announced that Bridgerton will be getting a second season filled with love and drama; just how the fans like it.
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Bridgerton’s first series aired on Christmas Day last year (2020), and quickly became a smash hit. Audiences everywhere seemed to love the funny, raunchy and ever-emotional first season, so it is no wonder people are excited to see more of the Bridgerton family.
Season two of the racy series will follow Viscount Anthony Bridgerton (Jonathan Bailey) in his adventure for love; first look images see Anthony speaking with Kate Sharma (Simone Ashley), a very beautiful young woman.
While we have the Bridgertons, we also have the Sharma family, including Edwina Sharma (Charithra Chandran) and Lady Mary Sharma (Shelly Conn) who join the fray in the upcoming second season.
Kate, a new character, is both headstrong and intensely intelligent. Her sharp wit and independence make her a striking force on the 1814 marriage mart, where she wishes to find a romantic match for her younger sister, Edwina.
Edwina has been taught by her older sister, Kate, to be the ideal young woman. She is a kind, loving and endlessly endearing character but, while she may appear to be rather naïve, she knows what she wants: true love.
As for Mary Sharma, she was the daughter of an Earl who have up this title to elope with her true love, a merchant. The subsequent scandal following Mary’s decision to run away has forced her to stay on the outside looking in on her return to London society, for the debut of her daughters.
Bridgerton’s Simone Ashley, Jonathan Bailey, Charithra Chandran, and Nicola Coughlan come together for a panel discussion about their experiences on the series; the panel occurred over the previous weekend (commencing Friday 24th September).
This Panel saw the aforementioned actors chat about season one, and discover new things even they didn’t know about. The video, just short of 15 minutes, is available on YouTube and can be viewed below:
Season two of Bridgerton will be coming to Netflix sometime in 2022.
Written by Melissa, who you can follow on Twitter @melissajournal
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