It’s difficult to envision Bridgerton offering viewers a love story that’s wilder and more engaging than Daphne and Simon’s in season 1, but they’ll certainly try.
Second season of “Bridgerton” follows Lord Anthony Bridgerton’s (Jonathan Bailey) quest for love as he sets out to locate a suitable wife, in the style of Julia Quinn’s novels. When Kate Sharma (Simone Ashley) and her younger sister Edwina (Charithra Chandran) arrive from India, Anthony begins courting the latter sister, and Kate quickly learns that his motives for marriage aren’t pure. Bessie Carter, Calam Lynch, Lorraine Ashbourne, Shelley Conn, Harriet Cains, Luke Newton, Nicola Coughlan, and Julie Andrews as Lady Whistledown are among the several cast members.
Second season of Bridgerton will premiere on Netflix on March 25, with eight new episodes to please fans. The show debuted on Christmas Day in 2020, telling a spicy story of Regency intrigue and passion. Expect more of the same, though with some significant differences.
There are eight main Bridgerton novels in all, with one book being used in each season of the show. Each novel focuses on a different Bridgerton child, therefore the primary protagonists will change from time to time.