Bridgerton Season 2 News Teased For Later This Week | Screen Rant

Netflix teases exciting Bridgerton news coming later this week. Fans of the Regency era romantic series have been eagerly awaiting news of an official season two renewal from the streaming platform. The first season of Bridgerton was Netflix’s fifth-biggest original series release, and was watched by 63 million households.

Bridgerton is based off a series of books by Julia Quinn that revolve around the love stories of the Bridgerton family. The first season was adapted from, “The Duke and I,” and told Daphne Bridgerton’s story as she found love with Simon Basset, the Duke of Hastings. After the pair went through scandals and matrimonial mishaps, they rekindled their love and Daphne gave birth to a son. There are seven books left in the Bridgerton family series, with plenty of material for future Netflix seasons, although there is still no official confirmation of Bridgerton season 2. (Even though Bridgerton season 2 filming can begin this March even without an official confirmation.) Could the lack of an official season two confirmation be changing later this week?

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That may be exactly the case, according to a Deadline report. Netflix made note of some interesting Bridgerton news in the streamer’s fourth quarterly shareholder letter. Check out what Netflix had to say about the future of Bridgerton below.

This title has proven immensely popular and we’ll have some exciting news about Bridgerton later this week.

It’s difficult to imagine Netflix’s good news being anything other than a season 2 renewal confirmation. Could the streaming platform be renewing the series for more than one season? Speculation aside, if Bridgerton season 2 is confirmed, it will most likely revolve around the events of Julia Quinn’s book, “The Viscount Who Loved Me,” where Anthony Bridgerton deals with his past as it collides with the oldest Bridgerton brother finding love in the present.

The series certainly left fans with the perfect setup for a second season during the season 1 finale. Daphne gave birth to a son, Colin Bridgerton went off to see the world, Marina Thompson went off with Phillip Crane, Anthony’s opera singer lover Siena broke things off with him, and Penelope Featherington was revealed to the viewers as the mysterious Lady Whistledown. A season revolving around Anthony would certainly explain the significance of the bumblebee in the season one finale. Why was the final shot of the first season that of a bumblebee? Those who haven’t read, “The Viscount Who Loved Me,” would certainly learn the bee’s immense significance to Anthony in a second season. There’s plenty of potential and source material for several seasons of Bridgerton, so hopefully Netflix delivers on that promise.

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