- Bridgerton renewed for seasons 3 and 4 on Netflix
- Netflix, the world’s most popular streaming service, has renewed Bridgerton for its third and fourth seasons.
Netflix has renewed Bridgerton for its third and fourth seasons. This news follows the addition of four new members to the cast: Charithra Chandran (Alex Rider), Shelley Conn (Liar), Calam Lynch (Black Beauty), and Rupert Young (Dear Evan Hanson).
Bridgerton is based on the Julia Quinn series of novels that follows interconnected characters living in Regency-era English high society. Each book in the series changes its main focus to do something different (just like on Netflix).
Bridgerton and his resounding success on Netflix.
Season 2 of Bridgerton follows Anthony Bridgerton, played by Jonathan Bailey. Pheobe Deynevor’s Daphne Bridgerton, one of the protagonists of the first season, will continue to play an important role in season 2.
“Bridgerton blew us away. The creative team, led by Shonda, knew the material and delivered a beautiful, emotional, and romantic drama for our members. They have some exciting plans for the future,” said Bela Bajaria, Vice President of Netflix.
Creator Shonda Rhimes adds: “From the first time I read Julia Quinn’s delightful Bridgerton series, I knew they were stories that would captivate audiences. But the evolution of this adaptation would not be a success without the contributions of the entire Shondaland team. ”
From the glittering ballrooms of Mayfair to the aristocratic palaces of Park Lane and beyond, the series reveals an alluring and sumptuous world filled with intricate rules and dramatic power struggles, where no one is really on firm ground.
As we’ve mentioned in The Truth News, at the heart of the show is the powerful Bridgerton family. Comprised of eight close-knit siblings, this fun and witty group must navigate the marriage market in search of romance, adventure, and love.
Bridgerton proved to be a popular hit with Netflix subscribers when it debuted, becoming the streaming giant’s most-watched series. It is the first series to emerge from Shona Rhimes’ blanket agreement with Netflix, which requires 12 projects in total.