It doesn't take long for Netflix Bridgerton to wrap you in its regal drama, complex romances and clever soundtrack. At the end of the debut season, based on author Julia Quinn's first novel in the Bridgerton book series, you want more and ask yourself the question: what to expect when there is a second season?
Well, first of all, it's important to note that BridgertonThe second installment has not yet been technically confirmed, but we have reason to be hopeful. Although Netflix hasn't announced an extension, Production Weekly – a premium service that tracks news and updates on TV and movie projects – is included Bridgerton Season two on its production lists in November. Filming for season two was reportedly scheduled to take place in July 2020 but had to be postponed to March 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. With the filming of the first season taking about a year, we probably won't see the Bridgerton family return to the small screen until 2022 – if Netflix, of course, grants us the joy of a follow-up.
Another collection of episodes also seems promising as there is ample source material to draw from. There are a total of nine Bridgerton titles, so there is no lack of inspiration for further adjustments. If Netflix follows the order of the book series, season two will be based on Quinns The Viscount who loved mewho follows the love / lust story of the eldest Bridgerton, Anthony, who is entangled with a woman named Edwina Sheffield and her older stepsister Kate.
In the novel, Anthony is supposed to marry the younger sibling, but he can't if Kate doesn't approve of him. It's a shame that she wants to ruin his chances with Edwina, because in her eyes a reformed rake is no husband material. But when Anthony and Kate's disdain for each other turns into romantic feelings, things get complicated to say the least. The Viscount who loved me also deals with Anthony's decades-long struggle for an honorable legacy after taking on the role of Viscount Bridgerton after his father's death.
Obviously, there are some juicy storylines to explore and we can't wait to dive back in. Let's just hope Netflix renews the series – otherwise, the streaming service could face the written wrath of Lady Whistledown.