Bridgerton Season 2 Release Date: Netflix updates on series following Covid delay

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Bridgerton Season 2: Although the wait for season two is unbearable, the good news is that new episodes are on the way!

It’s been a while since the Bridgerton family aired their dull 17th-century laundry into the immensely widespread Netflix period drama, and while the wait for season two use to be awful, the good news is that new episodes are on the way! Bridgerton production was halted last month. It happened when someone on set was found to be Covid positive. It was the show’s second covid case that month.

However, production has resumed. Everything is here you must know regarding Bridgerton season 2 so far.

Will there be a second season of Bridgerton?

It is confirmed that Bridgerton will return for season 2.

The narrator of the story (and well-known gossip sheet writer), Lady Whistledown stated in a January 2021 announcement: The tonne is humming with the newest gossip. So it happens to be her honor to communicate to you: Bridgerton shall authoritatively return for a second season. She hopes you’ve kept a bottle of ratafia on hand for this special occasion.

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The show has received positive reviews from critics, including a five-star rating from Bridgerton, and has been a huge hit with viewers, consistently ranking near the top of Netflix’s top-10 most-watched lists.

Release date of Bridgerton season 2 

According to Lady Whistledown, Bridgerton’s legendary cast will return to the stage in the spring of 2021.

As of April 2021, the cameras are rolling, so if all goes well during filming (and the pandemic holds off), you can expect a Bridgerton season two release date in 2022. Cinemaholic, the makers revealed they are ready to make a booming come back soon. 

Bridgerton season 2 cast

Now that their clash has been set and they’re making babies at Clyvedon Castle happily, Daphne (Phoebe Dynevor) and Simon Basset (Regé-Jean Page) will no longer be the show’s main characters.

Nonetheless, Dynevor will reprise her role as Daphne as a supporting character in her older brother’s love story, despite Page’s departure from the show, which was confirmed in April 2021.

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The main character in the second season will be Jonathan Bailey (Anthony Bridgerton).

Charithra Chandran, a newcomer, will play Edwina Sharma, Kate’s sister, who also plays a key role in Anthony’s love story.

Lady Mary Sharma, the girls’ mother, will be played by Shelley Conn, who was formerly involved in gossip, and unruly printer’s assistant Theo Sharpe will be played by Calam Lynch.

Anthony Bridgerton’s love interest in Bridgerton Season 2

Simone Ashley has joined the cast of Bridgerton as Kate Sharma, according to Netflix. Prepare to be smitten by Simone Ashley.

Reason Regé-Jean Page left Bridgerton

Regé-Jean Page has left Bridgerton and will not appear in season two, which surprised Bridgerton fans. While Simon is no longer the main character in any other novel, he remains a significant portion of the broader Bridgerton family. He has a part to play in numerous upcoming storylines.

Bridgerton Season 2 Plot

This author has been dependably informed by Lady Whistledown that Lord Anthony Bridgerton aims to control the social season. She’ll be ready with her pen to document any of his romantic exploits.

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Season one only covers the first novel in Julia Quinn’s Bridgerton series, The Duke and I, and season two only covers the second novel, The Duke and I. The Viscount Who Loved Me, the second novel in the series, will emphasize Anthony Bridgerton and a new heroine named Kate Sheffield (retitled Kate Sharma in the TV show).

It’s not surprising that the focus has shifted to Anthony and Kate.

It also appears that season two will take place in the past. Edmund Bridgerton, the late husband of Lady Violet and father of Anthony, Daphne, and the rest of the family, has been cast by Rupert Evans. He died before the events of season one. 

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