Finally! Second season of "Bridgerton" is now turned off

The new episodes are in the box. The historical drama Bridgerton is one of the most successful Netflix series of all time. So it’s hardly surprising that the fans are longingly waiting for the second season. This should focus on the love life of Anthony Bridgerton (played by Jonathan Bailey, 33). The shooting for the new season started in spring. Now it has been announced that the last door has finally fallen!

“And this is the official end of season two”wrote the executive producer Chris Van Dusen recently on Instagram. He is very proud of the actors and the team behind the camera – everyone has always given their best in this challenging year. “I can’t wait for the world to see what we have in store for them,” he continued to say in his post. In the accompanying picture, besides Chris, there are also the two main actors Simone Ashley and Jonathan Bailey to see.

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The new episodes will be shown next year on the streaming provider Netflix. In an interview with Variety the producer Shonda Rhimes (51) revealed that she hopes for more seasons of the hit series. “There are eight ‘Bridgerton‘-Siblings and if it’s up to me there are eight’Bridgerton‘Seasons. And maybe more, “she revealed.

Nicola Coughlan on the set of Bridgerton in Greewich in May 2021
Simone Ashley, Chris Van Dusen and Jonathan Bailey

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Simone Ashley, Chris Van Dusen and Jonathan Bailey
“Bridgerton” creator Shonda Rhimes


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