The 2nd season of ‘Bridgerton’ is one of the most anticipated productions of the year and, ahead of its official debut the next day 25th Marcha Netflix gave a great reception for the release of the new episodes, reuniting with the main and supporting cast on the red carpet.
No Rotten Tomatoesthe new iteration opened with solids 82% approvalas noted 7.10/10 based on 28 reviews.
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“As frustrating as the main love story is, the actors play it very, very well” – Variety.
“Lush and adorably romantic” – San Francisco Chronicle.
“A new season that makes the previous one flee from memory” – Mashable.
“Season 2 brings new dramas, new romantic interests, and a new season of relationships, but it doesn’t quite measure up to the entertainment of the previous iteration” – Mama’s Geeky.
“The new season puts aside the refreshing appreciation and immersive pacing of the first iteration” – TheWrap.
Following the Queen’s unofficial orders, here’s the trailer for Bridgerton season 2. Get ready for the event of the year. 🐝 pic.twitter.com/2CwwQjYXDK
— netflixbrasil (@NetflixBrasil) March 9, 2022
Remembering that the new episodes will follow the story of Anthony Bridgerton (Jonathan Bailey) in search of a great love.
The new chapters will bring five new names to the cast: Simone Ashley (‘Sex Education’), Charithra Chandran (‘Alex Rider’), Shelley Conn (‘Liar’), Calam Lynch (‘Black Beauty’), Rupert Young (‘Dear Evan Hanson’).
Ashley will be Kate Sharma, Anthony’s love interest; Chandran will be Edwina Sharma, Kate’s younger sister; Conn will be Mary Sharma, Kate’s mother; Lynch it will be Theo Sharpe; and Young will give life to a character named Jack.
Based on the author’s novels Julia Quinnseries was created by Chris Van Dusen.
Adjoa Andoh, Lorraine Ashbourne, Jonathan Bailey, Ruby Barker, Sabrina Bartlett, Harriet Cains and others star.