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Bridgerton season 2: Plot, cast, trailer and everything we know so far
Bridgerton has been confirmed for seasons 2, 3 and 4! Meet the new cast members for season 2, discover the likely subject of Lady Whistledown's cutting columns and find out when you can watch it on Netflix.
Bridgerton was a huge hit for Netflix almost as soon as it hit our screens on Christmas Day in 2020.
A real feast for the eyes, the Shondaland production provided the escapism we all needed with dazzling costumes and imagery, gripping love stories and a bit of humour to boot.
Fans were thrilled to discover season 2 is on its way, and with seasons 3 and 4 now also confirmed, there's definitely a lot more to come from the Bridgerton family. Remember to keep checking back on this page for updates as we receive them.
When will Bridgerton season 2 air?
Filming was due to begin in Spring 2021, so we think 2022 is the most likely time for season 2 to land.
Bridgerton plot: What is season 2 about?
Season 2 will focus on Lord Anthony Bridgerton and his new love interest.
Assuming the show follows the books by Julia Quinn, series 2 will be based on the novel The Viscount Who Loved Me, which is about Lord Anthony and Kate Sheffield (renamed Kate Sharma in the show).
In the book, Kate is almost 21 and her family - including her younger sister Edwina - come from out of town. Kate makes her debut on the marriage market and is starkly different to her sister, but the pair nonetheless have a close relationship.
Who is in the cast?
The biggest news we’ve had so far is that Regé-Jean Page, aka Simon Basset,Duke of Hastings, will NOT be returning to the show.
His character is not prominent in the second season and so he was originally only signed up for the first series – however according to The Hollywood Reporter the actor turned down a five-episode deal for season 2, much to the chagrin of his huge fan base.
However, Simon’s partner Daphne (Phoebe Dynevor) is still set to be a key cast member.
Jonathan Bailey returns as Anthony Bridgerton alongside Sex Education’s Simone Ashley, who has been cast as the female lead, playing marriage market newcomer Kate Sharma.
Kate’s younger sister Edwina will be played by Charitha Chandran.
Rupert Young, whose previous credits include Merlin, has also joined the cast as Jack.
It is likely that Julie Andrews will return as the voice of Lady Whistledown, while Golda Rosheuvel (Queen Charlotte), Nicola Coughlan (Penelope Featherington), Claudia Jessie (Eloise Bridgerton), Adjoa Andoh (Lady Danbury), Ruth Gemmell (Lady Violet Bridgerton) and Polly Walker (Lady Portia Featherington) are all expected back on set.
Bridgerton season 2 trailer
There is no season 2 trailer as yet, though Netflix put out the following announcement video:
Bridgerton season 3 and season 4
Netflix has ordered seasons 3 and 4 of the hit period drama, so expect more thrills from the Bridgerton family. We expect these series will continue to follow the plot of the books, but keep checking back on this page for more information as we get it.
Bridgerton season 1 is streaming now on Netflix.