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‘Bridgerton’ preps up for second season

Pauline Songco

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Less than a month since its premiere, Netflix and Shondaland’s hit period drama Bridgerton has been renewed for a second season.  

In true regency style, the much-awaited announcement was made by the show’s mysterious society columnist Lady Whistledown (voiced by Julie Andrews).

The production is expected to roll in spring of 2021 in the UK. Casting is currently underway for new roles, especially the female romantic lead opposite Anthony Bridgerton, Kate Sheffield. 

“We left Anthony at the end of the first season at a bit of a crossroads, so I’m looking forward to jumping in and discovering how he fares on the marriage market,” Bridgerton creator Van Dusen said. 

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