When Bridgerton premiered on Netflix in late 2020, it was one of the best shows I’ve ever seen. With a second season set to premiere in March 2022, we were all riveted by Lady Whistledown’s account of the events from beginning to end.
The Duke and I by Julia Quinn inspired the first series, while The Viscount Who Loved Me by Quinn inspired the second series. If we want to keep binge-watching Bridgerton for a while, there are eight novels in all.
Seasons 3 and 4 of Bridgerton have already been announced by Netflix, so here’s all we know so far about when we can expect season 3 to arrive.
When can we expect the third season of Bridgerton to air?
Netflix has announced that Bridgerton will return for a third and fourth season on April 13, 2021. However, the release date for Bridgerton season 3 is still a mystery. However, it’s still possible that we won’t see it until the first half of 2023, at the earliest.
On 25 March 2022, the second season of Bridgerton premiered, while the first season aired on 25 December 2020. Because of this, Season 3 might debut anywhere between the end of 2022 and the first half of 2023, although we believe it will be in the latter part of the year.
When asked by Entertainment Tonight whether writing has begun for the program, producer Shonda Rhimes said the following: “As a result, we’re already hard at work on Season 3 of ‘The Walking Dead’ You’ll notice that it’s already been done. Give it a little bit of time.”
Bridgerton’s third season cast list has been released.
In spite of the fact that Netflix hasn’t confirmed the full cast list for season 3, it’s safe to assume that Jonathan Bailey (Anthony) and Luke Thompson (Benedict) as well as Phoebe Dynevor (Daphne) and Claudia Jessie (Eloise) will return, as will Luke Newton (Colin) and Nicola Coughlan (Penelope Featherington), Adjoa Andoh (Lady Danbury), and Gold (Queen Charlotte).
A few days after the conclusion of Season 2, Kate’s co-star Simone Ashley (Kate Sharma) told Deadline that she and Anthony Bailey (Kate Sharma) will be back for Season 3.
Charithra Chandran and Freddie Stroma may also return to the show after the season 2 conclusion hinted that Queen Charlotte may attempt to pair up Edwina Sharma with her nephew, Prince Friedrich.
The season 3 storyline of Bridgerton
As far as mysteries go, this is one of the most intriguing thus far, with everyone involved keeping their mouths shut. It is based on Julia Quinn’s series of eight novels, which follows each of the eight siblings as they find love.
As of right now, Netflix has only covered novels one and two, which relate to the adventures of Daphne (Phoebe Dynevor) and Anthony (Jonathan Bailey). It’s safe to assume, therefore, that the third book in the series will be the focus of the events in Bridgerton season 3.
An Offer from a Gentleman narrates the narrative of Benedict (Luke Thompson), the second oldest brother when he meets Miss Sophie Beckett (Julianne Moore). Season 2 of Bridgerton introduced the love connection between Penelope Featherington (Nicola Coughlan) and Colin Bridgerton (Luke Newton), which is the basis for book four in this romance novel series…
Rhimes’ statement that the show’s seasons may “not be going in sequence” of the novels has been the most significant clue to what’s to come.
This is what she had to say about it in an interview with Entertainment Tonight “Considering there are eight Bridgerton siblings, we want to cover each of their love experiences.
We won’t always see the siblings in chronological sequence, but we will learn about the lives of all of them.” Perhaps Penelope and Colin will be at the focus of a new season.
How many episodes of Bridgerton season 3 are there expected to be?
As Bridgerton’s first and second seasons both featured eight episodes, we shouldn’t be surprised if the third season had eight episodes as well, but we don’t know that yet.
If each episode is an hour-long, we should expect at least eight hours of Lady Whistledown reporting and more drama in season 3 of The Walking Dead.