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The Bridgerton Season 2 Trailer Is Here So Brace Yourself For Lady Whistledown

By Morgan Reardon
15th Feb 2022

lady standing in the woods in period clothing, holding a gun, three men are standing behind her

We’ve been (not so) patiently waiting for Bridgerton season two to hit our screens since it first premiered (and was casually streamed to 63 million households worldwide within just 28 days). 

Bridgerton season two is nearly here so here's everything you need to know before it drops on Netflix.

What Is Bridgerton Season Two About?

While the end of season one (warning: spoiler alert) saw Daphne Bridgerton and Simon AKA the Duke Of Hastings in wedded bliss, welcoming their first child together, season two will centre around big brother Lord Anthony. In particular, the series will focus on his quest for true love—perhaps he might take some tips from his younger sister Daphne.  

Who Is Cast In Bridgerton Season Two?

While we broke the devastating news earlier this year that the internet’s new boyfriend Regé-Jean Page will not be returning as the Duke of Hastings (don’t worry, we’re still not over it either), the good news is the rest of the cast are all returning for season two. 

There’s also some exciting new additions, including Sex Education’s Simone Ashley, who will be playing Lord Anthony’s love interest, Miss Kate Sharma. Relative newcomer Charithra Chandran, will play Kate’s younger sister, Edwina and Shelley Conn (The Rook, The Deceived) will play Kate’s mother, Mary.

Also joining the cast is Calam Lynch (Dunkirk), who will play Theo Sharpe, a hardworking printer’s assistant who “fights for the rights for all”. Rounding out the cast is Rupert Evans (The Man In The High Castle) who will play Edmund Bridgerton, Violet’s late husband and the father of all the Bridgerton children.

Is There A Trailer For Bridgerton Season Two?

There sure is. Feast your eyes below.

When Is Bridgerton Season Two Airing? 

Bridgerton season two is hitting Netflix on March 25. Clear you schedules.

In the meantime, why not binge your way through these 20 historical dramas that are just like Bridgerton (sorry, Regé-Jean Page is not included). 

Image Credit: Netflix 

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