Netflix releases the official trailer for the second season
The followers of 'The Bridgertons' continue the countdown to the premiere of its second season. The entertainment platform has launched this Monday the official trailer of the new chapters of the fiction starring Adjoa Andoh and Lorraine Ashbournewhich will return on March 25.
From 'Shondaland' and the creator Chris VanDusenthe second season of The Bridgertons follows Lord Anthony Bridgerton (Jonathan Baileylisten), the eldest of the Bridgerton brothers and a viscount, as he sets out to find a suitable wife. Driven by his duty to uphold the family name, Anthony's search for a debutante who meets his impossible standards seems fruitless until Kate (Simone-Ashley) and her younger sister Edwina (charithra chandran) Sharma arrive from India.
When Anthony begins courting Edwina, Kate learns the true nature of his intentions - a true love match is not one of his priorities - and decides to do everything she can to stop the union. But in doing so, the verbal clashes between Kate and Anthony only bring them closer, complicating matters for both parties.
The Bridgertons is a raucous and intelligent romantic series that celebrates the timelessness of lasting friendships, families finding their way, and the search for one love that conquers all. The series also stars Adjoa Andoh (Lady Danbury), Lorraine Ashbourne (Mrs. Varley), Harriet Cains (Philipa Featherington), Bessie Carter (Prudence Featherington), Shelley Conn (Mary Sharma), Nicola Coughlan (Penelope Featherington), Phoebe Dynevor (Daphne Basset), Ruth Gemmell (Violet Bridgerton), Florence Hunt (Hyacinth Bridgerton), Martins Imhangbe (Will Mondrich), Claudia Jessie (Eloise Bridgerton), Calam Lynch (Theo Sharpe), Luke Newton (Colin Bridgerton), Golda Rosheuvel (Queen Charlotte), Luke Thompson (Benedict Bridgerton), Will Tilston (Gregory Bridgerton), Polly Walker (Portia Featherington), Rupert Young (Jack), and Julie Andrews as the voice of Lady Whistledown. The series is inspired by the Julia Quinn novels.