Prepare yourselves, Netflix subscribers.
For many more secrets. For many more fancy soirees. And, yes, to be sure… for a lot more sex.
Coming off the most-watched season in streaming history, Bridgerton has already been greenlit for a second season.
On whom will upcoming episodes focus? Who is the new face set to make seductive waves? And when will Bridgerton Season 2 actually air?
Take a deep breath. Maybe take a cold shower. And scroll down for a slew of Bridgerton spoilers!
1. Okay. But What is Bridgerton?
Wow. Really?!? The series is the first to air on Netflix from producer Shonda Rhimes and it centerrs on the Bridgerton family — played by Jonathan Bailey, Phoebe Dynevor, Claudia Jessie, Luke Newton, Luke Thompson, Florence Hunt, Will Tilston and Ruth Gemmell — as they attempt to find love in Regency-era high society.
2. Sounds Intriguing. Tell Me More!
The show was created Chris Van Dusen and is based on Julia Quinn‘s popular young adult book series. According to Netflix, it was watched in late 2020 and early 2021 by 63 million households.
3. Where Do Things Stand on the Show?
Throughout season 1, oldest sister Daphne (Dynevor) and her relationship with London’s most eligible bachelor, Simon Basset (Regé-Jean Page), was front and center. SPOILER ALERT: They ended the season by getting married and having a baby.
4. What Can We Expect from Them on Season 2?
Not much, actually! Each book in the aforementioned series centers on a different member of the family.
5. So, Who is Up Next?
Anthony. On the first season finale, he remarked to his sister and brother-in-law that it was his turn to find love — and it’s that search that will take up a bulk of Season 2.
6. Meet Kate Sharma!
Kate Sheffield was the name of Anthony’s main love interest in book two. However, on Bridgerton, she’ll be called Kate Sharma and be of Indian descent. The reimagined role will be taken on by Sex Education’s Simone Ashley, and is described by Netflix as “a smart, headstrong young woman who suffers no fools — Anthony Bridgerton very much included.”