Everything you need to know about a potential Bridgerton Season 2
If you haven’t already tuned in to Netflix’s brand new original series Bridgerton, you need to ASAP.
The colourful drama series follows the lives of wealthy London families in the year 1817 and features a very attractive cast with plenty of juicy sex scenes.
Fans have been raving on social media over their love for the seven-part series and how the final episode’s twist has left them begging for a second series.
So what do we know so far about season 2 of Bridgerton on Netflix? We reveal all we know…
Will there be a season 2 of Bridgerton?
Despite the show’s undeniable popularity, climbing to Netflix's fifth most popular original series ever less than a month after its release, it’s yet to actually be renewed for a second season.
However, fans shouldn’t despair, as many are confident the hit show will be back.
The show is based on a series of eight books, and the events of the first season only cover the first book.
Each book focuses on a different Bridgerton sibling, so with this in mind we could have seven more seasons of the show.
The bosses behind the show have also hinted it’s a possibility, with plenty of easter eggs about what’s to come dotted around the first season.
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Which cast members will return?
It’s hard to call which characters we’ll be seeing more of in the next season, but it’s highly unlikely any of them would want to bow out at this stage, given the show’s success.
The Duke of Hastings and his wife, Daphne Bridgerton will probably be at the front and centre once more, with the books hinting the next series could focus more on eldest Bridgerton sons Anthony and Benedict.
The show's main cast consists of Rege-Jean Page as Simon Basset (The Duke), Phoebe Dynevor as Daphne Bridgerton, Nicola Coughlan as Penelope Featherington, Jonathan Bailey as Anthony Bridgerton, Luke Newton as Colin Bridgerton, Luke Thompson as Benedict Bridgerton, Ruth Gemmell as Lady Violet Bridgerton, Ruby Barker as Marina Thompson, Claudia Jessie as Eloise Bridgerton, Sabrina Bartlett as Siena Rosso and Golda Rosheuvel as The Queen.
At the end of season one, we saw Colin, the Bridgerton family’s third son, heading off on his travels, so this poses the question… will Luke Newton be back to play him?
Who knows, but hopefully we’ll get some answers pretty soon.
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