Netflix recently premiered the first season of ‘The Bridgertons‘and it seems that the vintage series created by Chris Van Dusen will return with new episodes.
According to TVLine, the production of the second season could begin in March 2021, even though Netflix has not yet announced the renewal. The eight-episode first season launched on December 25 and ranked among the most-viewed titles. of the platform.
Based on the novels by Julia Quinn, ‘The Bridgertons’ follows the 19th century heroine Daphne (Phoebe Dynevor), the eldest daughter of the powerful Bridgerton family, as she searches for a husband in Regency London. Meanwhile, Daphne and her would-be suitors live under the omniscient scrutiny of Lady Whistledown (Julie Andrews). Daphne finally finds her mate in the Duke of Hastings (Regé-Jean Page). The two feign mutual disinterest but soon love arises. The cast is completed by Golda Rosheuvel, Jonathan Bailey, Luke Newton, Luke Thompson, Claudia Jessie, Nicola Coughlan and Ruby Barker, among others.
The creator has given an interview to Digital Spy in which he has revealed his plans for production and has announced that it could last for years. “We focus on the Bridgertons’ eldest daughter, Daphne. But we know there are eight Bridgerton books or eight Bridgeton siblings, and I would love to be able to explore their love and romance stories,” he said.
Chris Van Dusen is known for his previous work as a producer on series such as’Scandal‘or’With out PRIVIOUSE appointment‘. Shonda Rhimes, creator of ‘Grey’s Anatomy’, works as a producer of fiction.