Bridgerton Season 2: The First Reviews Are In!
Published on March 21st, 2022 | Updated on March 21st, 2022 | By FanFest
Season 2 of the Netflix hit Bridgerton is about to start streaming, and fans are already discussing what will happen in the popular drama. Several journalists have already had the opportunity to watch. Read the reviews below!
Fans are ecstatic to be continuing the intoxicating period drama with Season 2 of ‘Bridgerton’ set to premiere on Netflix March 25. While the first season focused on the relationship between Lord David Hastings and Daphne Bridgerton — as well as the rest of the family and friends — Season 2 will focus on other characters in that world.
Your Grace, it has been a pleasure. 💜🐝 pic.twitter.com/kX1nIG8pz7
— Bridgerton (@bridgerton) April 2, 2021
Season two’s focus is on Daphne’s brother, Anthony Bridgerton, and his search for love. Daphne will continue to be a part of the series after saying goodbye to the Duke, but the emphasis and narrative will shift. The coming season has received positive reviews while others aren’t so quick to buy in, but ready or not – Bridgerton is back!
Some reviews say the content is deeper this time around, albeit less sexual but intriguing nonetheless.
The departure of Regé-Jean Page does not diminish the delights of ‘Bridgerton.’ Season 2 makes up for the lack of sex montages with a deeper emotional resonance. https://t.co/9zAj9HV6wa
— Entertainment Weekly (@EW) March 20, 2022
This review has us all excited to watch season 2, calling the “bread and butter of the romance genre.” Something about Anthony’s approach to marriage this time around and how it will undoubtedly be anything but what happens is intriguing.
Luckily for us, Bailey and Ashley serve up enough chemistry to send Marie Curie’s head spinning.
Ladies and gentlemen of the Ton-our review of #Bridgerton Season 2 is live NOW! Extra! Extra! Read all about it!!https://t.co/nXVUUyDUYa
— Off Colour (@OffColourOrg) March 20, 2022
Consider how the Netflix series might be different if it were based on the second book in the Bridgerton series rather than the first (the Netflix version is based on the third book, which was published after The Viscount Who Loved Me). In that case, several reviews advise you to forget about it.
#Bridgerton Season 2 is many things — good and bad — but it is not a real adaptation of “The Viscount Who Loved Me.” If anything, it’s inspired by it, nothing more. Our spoiler-free review: https://t.co/38NOuAn9U0 pic.twitter.com/diJztiwd46
— Fangirlish (@fangirlish) March 20, 2022
Some viewers claim that the romance, chemistry, and plot are even better in this sequel than they were in season one – and we all know how Bridgerton’s first season captivated audiences.
‘Bridgerton’ Season 2 Review: Even Better Than the First (Spoiler-Free) #Bridgerton @bridgerton @shondaland @netflix #JonathanBailey #SimoneAshley #CharithraChandran @LukeNewtonUK @andoh_adjoa @nicolacoughlan https://t.co/stiT2hDNtr
— Nerds & Beyond (@nerdsandbeyond) March 20, 2022
The wait to watch the season yourself is rapidly coming to an end if you’re staying spoiler-free or trying to avoid reviews. Season 2 of Bridgeton will be available on Netflix March 25th.
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