The Netflix original series Bridgerton released season 1 in December 2020, and the series was revived for season 2 in January 2021.
The next season has yet to begin filming, and Netflix has renewed the series for a third and fourth season. The series relies on novels by Julia Quinn, and fans of the novels are all set to see all of eight books performed on the show.
Regency Romance book fans love the genre and are happy to finally find a true Regency Era book depicted in some collections. This era of is recognized as one of refinement, extravagant fashions and great artistic accomplishments.
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Bridgerton Season 3 And 4 Storylines
The Bridgerton books each focus on one of the Bridgerton siblings. The eight sisters are named alphabetically, including Anthony, Benedict, Colin, Daphne, Eloise, Francesca, Gregory, and Hyacinth. The books start with Daphne’s story, which was advised in season 1. Season 2 will accompany Anthony’s story and his quest to discover the right wife. He is wealthy, handsome and titled, which makes him a”catch” for every woman.
If the seasons follow along with the books, Bridgerton season 3 will concentrate on Benedict and season 4, Colin. Benedict’s story, in the novel, is a little bit of a Cinderella story. A young girl, Sophie, was forced into service within her home by her stepmother. She catches the attention of the second-born Bridgerton, son, and well, you’ll need to wait and see the remainder of the story.
Colin’s story is a gorgeous tale of 2 long-time friends who come to a stage in their friendship in which significant decisions will need to be made.
The novels are well written and if you’re a Regency fan, make sure you read this series. The Bridgerton family is unconventional for its period making for such great reading.
The TV series has been commended for breaking obstacles by diversifying its cast. Most period pieces lack the motto that Bridgerton has had the courage to take on. This series is a contemporary take on the era, and viewership has revealed this is a good move on the creator’s part.