Netflix original series, Bridgerton, first released on December 25, 2020, and there is already talk of a second season. Set in 19th-century England, it depicts the life of the Bridgerton family as they sailed for London’s high society. The TV show is Shanda Rhimes’ first project with Netflix since he began a multi-year contract with them in 2017.
Bridgertonan uncertain future is seen by the fact that the program has not been streaming so far at the time of publication. However, Julia Quinn, author of the best-selling novels that inspired the show, says if it gets a second season, it please insert a scene with a game featured in one of her books.
Julia Quinn consulted Season 1 ‘Bridgerton’
The author of the Bridgerton books served as an advisor on the Netflix series, according to Iris Oprah.
She visited the show’s UK set in 2019, had a coffee with Daphne Bridgerton (Phoebe Dynevor), talked to Simon Bassett, Duke of Hastings (Regé-Jean Page), and read scripts for each program. She also had a look at the original 7,500 suits.
When she was not ready, Quinn admitted that she was “in Seattle diligently looking on social media for bits and pieces of information, just like everyone else. ”