‘Bridgerton’ Creator Knew the Netflix Series ‘Was Going To Be Really Special’ While Filming a Major Moment Between Daphne and Simon

One of the latest additions to Netflix is ​​their line-up of original TV shows Bridgerton. The time drama set in 19th century London was premiered on December 25, 2020. It follows the high-brow family of Bridgerton as they find themselves the subject of a gossip column.

Regé-Jean Page and Phoebe Dynevor on 'Bridgerton'
Regé-Jean Page and Phoebe Dynevor on it Bridgerton | LIAM DANIEL / NETFLIX © 2020

Just days since it started flowing, Bridgerton is the sex show that is getting a lot of attention on social media. And, according to the show’s creator, Chris Van Dusen, the excitement is no surprise because he knew Bridgerton going to do for a special TV while the pilot was being filmed.

‘Bridgerton’ is based on novels by Julia Quinn

Behind it are production company Shonda Rhimes, Shondaland, and Neflix Bridgerton but the TV series is a variation of the novels by author Julia Quinn.

Quinn released The Duke and I, the first of these Bridgerton novels, in 2000. The author continued to tell the story of the Bridgerton family. Since then she has written a further seven books, two novels, and an epilogue entitled The Bridgertons: Happy after based around the characters of the series.

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